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Questions about online education? You're not alone!

  
  
  

Earning a degree from a college or university is a life-changing accomplishment. But until relatively recently, pursuing higher education was much less possible for non-traditional students: parents, working adults and those who happened to live in areas where commuting to a campus just wasn’t feasible.

The proliferation of Internet access and affordable technology has changed all that and we’re proud to say that Marygrove College was at the forefront of that movement when it began in the early 1990s.

Although online and distance learning programs have been around for more than two decades, many students still have questions about it:

What does the online learning experience look like? How does it work? How does it compare to the traditional classroom experience? Am I tech-savvy enough to learn through an online program?

We’d like to answer these questions and do it in an easily-digestible way—through an infographic that you can take with you, share and repost at your leisure. Check it out!

Known for excellence in teaching since 1905, Marygrove College has been offering the convenience of online MAT classes and the flexibility of its Master in the Art of Teaching (MAT) online degree program since 1990. Marygrove's MAT degree provides teachers with the opportunity to link the latest developments in educational research to their own teaching practice. The MAT degree program is designed to empower teachers by focusing on the knowledge and skills required to deliver effective instruction to diverse learners from preschool through high school, including those with special needs.

 

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