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"Everyone has to decide if online education is a worthwhile investment, but once a person has committed to classes, I think that he or she should strive to grasp the material and do well. That is the only way to see a return on your investment."
"I chose to enroll in the masters of business administration program at University of Phoenix because it accommodates my schedule and because they have a small-business management concentration which allows me to immediately apply the concepts I learn in class to running my own small business."
"I was able to stay engaged in my online coursework because I believe education is a give-and-take system. I knew that if I wanted to get anything out of my program I would have to work hard."
"I would advise students who are going to study online to take it seriously. Know that you need to give 110% in an online classroom because it will take 110% of your effort if you want to do well."
"Online students need to stay in contact with their counselors so that they can stay on track toward their goals."
"I learned just as much from my classmates in my MBA program as I did from the course materials."
"In order to receive funding for my degree, I had to agree to stay with the company for a minimum of 1 year after I successfully completed the MBA program. Other than that, there were no additional contingencies for receiving funding."
"The advice I would give to students who want to succeed in an online classroom environment is to have a very good understanding of how independent and self reliant he or she will need to be."
"One of the biggest benefits of this style of presentation is that it allows students from all over the world to enroll in classes and learn from each other."
"At this stage in my education I am eager to learn. I am hungry for the kind of information that will allow me to get to the next level. I know that what I am learning will give me the edge against other candidates for my dream job. My degree will have real consequences in the work world."