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Which colleges in the U.S. allow you to take online classes?

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Colleges and universities in the United States that have online programs include the University of Phoenix, the University of Central Missouri, Holy Apostles College and Seminary, Catholic University of America and Johnson County Community College. Some of these programs have only a few concentrations, whereas others have dozens of programs.

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The University of Phoenix has degree and continuing education online programs. The degree programs cover a wide range of concentrations in the fields of business, science, the arts, education and other areas. Both regional and federal agencies provide accreditation for select programs at the school.

The University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri, has a small number of undergraduate and a larger number of graduate degrees available through its distance learning program. Highlights include criminal justice and aviation safety. Across the border in Kansas is the Johnson County Community College, which has two-year degrees and certificates available through its online division.

Located in Cromwell, Connecticut, Holy Apostles College and Seminary is a Roman Catholic institution with online graduate degrees in theology and philosophy. It also offers associate degrees in theology and liberal arts and bachelor's degrees in theology, philosophy, English in the humanities and history in the social sciences. The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. is also a Catholic institution, but with much broader online offerings.

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