Auteur : Jordan Friedman
Date de l'info : 1 août 2016
Grad school admissions officers usually won’t instantly know whether applicants earned a bachelor’s degree online, says Sean-Michael Green, associate vice president of graduate enrollment at the University of New Haven, who focuses on arts and sciences, business, engineering, criminal justice and forensic sciences.
Many competitive law and medical schools, however, may be more hesitant to accept fully online degrees, especially as these fields have been slower to adapt to online learning, experts say. Some highly competitive on-ground MBA programs might also view them with closer scrutiny than traditional applicants, though this varies.
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