Well, thank you for all your opinions, but I wasn't really looking for a debate on Real vs. Online - LoL
For the record, I'm not dead set on online college courses, but I do want to know what kind of things I should look into studying. Actual courses. I'm not in a position to be exposed to a lot info, and I was looking for some one who could give me some insight on what on earth it is I need to look for. As embarrassing as it is please take the term 'newbie' seriously. More like runt of the family when it comes to hand-me-down technology.
I can usually figure things out pretty quickly, and I'm good with computers: We had a small computerII class and I basically taught it while I took it because the teacher would never show up (but we were still required to turn in work) and half the other students hated computers and only took the class cause they were on advanced diploma. -.- Unpaid labor. If I weren't amongst friends I would have felt like a maid.
Oh and not to worry: I've gotten a looooong talk on accredited vs. unaccredited schools, from the people at my old school. So no worries on decisions about that.
Oh and ChrisG, who said:
i've been beating around the bush about it but since everyone is too dense.
go to a real school to meet GIRLS! (or boys if that's your thing)...
Well, considering I'm a girl, meeting boys
is definitely much more of my thing.
I like asians, but I'm not picky.
LoL - but I'm not looking for a relationship right now, I'm looking for college info! *puts on determined face* >:( Hm! Yeah!
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