I believe in lifelong learning. Isn't that what life is - one big learning experience? My years of working at a University may have solidified this outlook of lifelong learning as we were constantly taking courses at the same time as working.
Post Secondary institutions are making more of their offerings available online. This makes it a fair bit easier to go back to school. If you are already holding down a full time job and have other daily responsibilities such as raising children, Online Degree Programs may be your first choice for ongoing learning.
There is a flexibility with Online Programs that appeals to a large group of people who already have busy lives. You can complete online degree programs in business management by taking one course at a time. Yes it will take you longer to complete your degree program, however you are still able to bring in a wage while you are going to school.
Alternatively, if you are not working you can still greatly benefit from online education as you can usually complete your Degree at a faster pace than in a classroom setting. If you're willing to take many courses at one time and buckle down and get them completed as soon as you possibly can, you may be able to take your Degree a full year earlier than the traditional classroom schedule.
There are some federal funds available to help you - check them out at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/
I would still really enjoy taking Computer Science - I should sign up myself! I could certainly use the knowledge with my websites!
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