Learning From A Distance
College is a wonderful experience and anyone who has the chance to go, should do it and experience all that college has to offer from the higher education to the social life. However, if you have a full-time job, going to college is not an easy task. Making the time to get to classes, traveling to get there and then doing assignments is nearly impossible if you are working a forty hour work week. It's for that reason that distance learning is so appealing to those of us who are already in the work force, but who want to increase our chances of advancement through further education. I have two very good friends who did just that. One is a nurse and the other is in education. Both opted for a distance learning phd program that allowed them the flexibility to complete the program while still being able to work full time. If you've been thinking about completing a degree or certificate program through distance learning, you will be interested to learn that Capella University has launced new degree programs and eight new graduate and undergraduate programs in psychology, education, information technology and business. One area of interest to educators might be interested in Capella's School of Education's Special Education Leadership program. This is a great program for those educators thinking of moving towards an administrative position. This is just one of many ways you can improve your career and, ultimately, change your life forever.