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New England College supports online associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
The School of Graduate and Professional Studies offers online master’s degrees with a number of added concentrations/certificates in:
Taught by experts in their fields, online graduate courses at New England College offer affordable and flexible options that match the busy lifestyles of professionals. NEC bases graduate admissions on work experience and the student’s past GPA, therefore there is no need to complete the GMAT or GRE examinations.
New England College equally works to design effective online learning for undergraduate students. NEC supports associate’s programs in Liberal Studies, and Business Administration. Bachelor’s degrees feature studies in:
NEC employs highly qualified online instructors who understand the needs and lifestyles of adult students.
Fully online classes engage students through interactive experiences featuring professor-led videos and communication with peers and instructors via discussion boards, chat rooms, and email. In an effort to facilitate the entry into NEC, there is no application fees or emphasis placed on standardized test scores.
Students enroll in seven-week sessions offered seven times per year, giving students the option to complete degrees at accelerated rates. Additionally, NEC requires fewer credits saving time and money.
Students typically complete associate’s degrees in 16 months and bachelor’s degrees in as little at 28 months.
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
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