Reputable schools with online courses include Pennsylvania State University, Daytona State College and the University of Illinois at Chicago, according to U.S. News & World Report. These respected institutions all offer degrees that can be completed entirely online.
Pennsylvania State University has offered online courses through its World Campus program since 2000, making the school a pioneer in online education. With a rolling application deadline, the program is extremely flexible, and Penn State offers students a full array of resources, including academic advising, technical support, online library access and career counseling. Popular online majors include nursing and criminal justice.
Daytona State College has hosted online classes since 2006, supporting students from a wide variety of backgrounds. The school places an emphasis on life experience, stressing the real world application of learning. All online programs are recorded and archived, giving students access to a substantial collection of course materials and study aids. Some of Daytona’s most popular online programs include business administration, engineering and information technology.
Offering online education courses since 2007, the University of Illinois at Chicago is another top-ranked college. With a rolling application deadline, access to previous course materials and small online class sizes, the college offers a high level of convenience and engagement to students. The vast majority of students are enrolled in the school’s nursing program, which is one of the most prestigious online degrees in its field.