Did you know more than 37 million Americans have attended some type of college, but failed to complete a degree?
It’s safe to say that if you’re not that individual, you know someone who is looking to complete their degree. All those credits, time and textbooks … wasted. But that doesn’t have to be the case.
If you’re laser focused on completing that degree, and your days are free, find the nearest physical campus and sign up! But if you’re working full-time and trying to balance your work, life and school, maybe online courses are the way forward. Either way, just get it done!
Traditional learning is a structured schedule, receiving guidance from instructors and connecting with your fellow students in person—whereas competency-based learning is at your own pace and you earn a degree in your time, on your schedule.
If you’re looking for the plan that’s right for you, this infographic shows you the pros and cons for your individual needs. After that, check out how to choose a college when you’re ready to make your final decision.
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