Monthly Archives: February 2010

Computer for College Online

As an online college student, you’ll spend a substantial amount of time on your computer, posting answers to questions, participating in online discussion, emailing professors and other online activities.  Before classes start, it’s important to ensure you have access to … Continue reading

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Transitioning from an Associate’s to a Bachelor’s Degree

By Virginia MacCallum, Linfield Academic Advisor A community college is an excellent place to start your higher education, which can lead to a bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university or, perhaps, beyond to graduate degrees.  You may ask … Continue reading

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Becoming an Accountant through Online Classes

One Student’s Journey We recently posted a blog article about how to complete CPA requirements through online classes.  Here we will go deeper into this topic with an interview of Brian Roberts, a recent graduate of Linfield DCE’s Post-Baccalaureate Accounting … Continue reading

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