Online education is "a classroom without walls," says Dr. Stella Thompson. It's "engaging in assisted, self-directed learning."
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Those with college degrees earn higher salaries, contribute more to society, and are healthier than those without. If the costs and time involved in returning to a traditional classroom are prohibitive for you, consider an online degree program.