A bachelor degree is generally a 4-year degree, and is considered an undergraduate degree, because it is usually the first level of degree that is earned by most students. Accelerated programs can allow you to complete your baccalaureate degree in as little as 3 years, which in the past, was only for the most ambitious full-time students. However, many colleges now offer accelerated bachelor degree programs, if you have some college credit, or transferable experience.
About our Online Bachelors Degrees
See the list below for online bachelor degree programs offered by well-known and respected online colleges and universities. Each of accredited bachelor degrees are accepted by agencies recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and/or the Council for Higher Education. Use the e-form on the program description page to contact the school of your choice for more information.
Clicking on the online bachelor degree program will open a page that contains information to help you get started: a description which includes the title of the bachelor degree program, the name of the online institute offering the degree, and a short overview. Please use the link provided to contact the online school to request more information. The school will send you an information packet, which will give you the tools you need to earn a bachelor degree online.
A Case for Completing Your Bachelor Degree
The 2007 Digest of Education Statistics reports that among people 25 to 64 years old, a full 86 percent of people with a bachelor degree or higher were employed in 2006, compared with 76 percent of those who had completed only high school.