The pros and cons of an online graduate program, from someone who’s in one
What you’ll learn
- What it’s like to get a degree online
- Some employers provide tuition reimbursement
- How online classes differ from an on-campus experience
John Lanen is a market research associate at Sallie Mae, where he uses consumer research to enhance the customer experience. He is also working toward earning his graduate degree.
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