Veterans Are Getting An Online Education
Many veterans are people who went directly into the service from high school. Other never did finish college because they could not afford it and opted to join the military instead. This is a problem for those who do not choose a career in the serivce. They come home and have problems finding a good job because they are not qualified. What is the answer? How about going online and getting and education that will allow them to find meaningful work for a decent pay! Educating veterans is big business because of the large amount of financial aid available. This is money well spent. Helping those who serve and protect is noble and necessary. U.S. News and World Report has a ranking of online programs for military veterans. The top 10 Online Bachelors Degree programs for Veterans: 1. Pace University 2. Brandman University 3. Bellevue University 4. Regent University 5. University of Nebraska - Omaha 6. Charter Oak State College 7. Post University 8. Ball State University 9. Fort Hays State University 10. California Baptist University The top 10 Online MBA programs for Veterans: 1. Washington State University 2. Central Michigan University 3. University of Nebraska - Lincoln 4. Temple University (Fox) 5. West Virginia University 6. University of Colorado - Denver 7. University of Mississippi 8. Ball State University (Miller) 9. University of Memphis (Fogelman) 10. Columbia College The problem for many veterans is they have families and a busy life. This makes it difficult to attend a regular college or technical school. One answer is to go on the Internet and get a degree that way. Besides the convenience, there are many excellent programs that veterans had to choose from. Michael Dakduk directs the Student Veterans of America. He says "Online learning is very convenient for adult learners, so military veterans naturally gravitate toward programs that are online." This is great and a perfect example of what needs to be done to get America back to work and more specifically in this case veterans.