Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Online Education...

Capella University has been around for nearly fifteen years, offering graduate programs in business, infotech, and a variety of other disciplines. Capella also offer bachelors programs for those seeking four-year degrees. Overall, they have over 75 degree opportunities and more than a dozen specialized certificate programs.

Capella has an enrollment of 16K students. It serves all of the USA and people in over sixty foreign countries have enrolled. It isn't a "fly by night" operation. It's centered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission. Unlike many online degree programs, capella is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, adding to its credibility.

If you are interested in getting a business degree online or furthering your education in another discipline, you might want to check out Capella's site or give them a ring at 1-888-CAPELLA.

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