Henniker, N.H. — June 6
New England College (NEC) has launched six undergraduate degrees 100 percent online. Students can earn their associate’s degree in liberal studies, associate’s degree in business administration or one of four bachelor’s in business administration from the regionally accredited private college.
With competitive tuition and seven-week classes offered seven times per year, NEC’s online undergraduate degree programs aim to let students graduate faster and save money.
Students can earn their associate’s degree in as few as 16 months. Or they can pursue a bachelor’s in business administration in one of four specializations — accounting, computer science, management or marketing — and complete their degree in as few as 28 months.
Video-based e-learning, powered by University Alliance technology, aims to let students take classes anytime, anywhere. Through a virtual classroom, students can interact with professors and peers through live chat, discussion boards and email, plus watch video lectures streaming online or download them to mobile devices.
With 24/7 access to classes and no mandatory log-in times, students can complete their undergraduate majors — and earn the same degree as campus-based students — without compromising personal and professional commitments.
Applications for admission to NEC’s online undergraduate degree programs are now available for a Fall I session start date.
Source: New England College
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