At the information session the Monroe Online staff will be on-hand to answer all questions about earning a degree online. Also, there will be demonstrations of actual online classes, the easy-to-use course management system, as well as exploration of how online study can be blended into a demanding life-style.
“Wednesday’s session will dispel many myths about taking an online class,” said Mr. Patrick. “Some think you need to be a technology expert, or that classes are impersonal, or that there’s no interaction with professors,” he said. “This couldn’t be further from the truth!”
Dubbed Education for the Real World, Monroe Online Bachelor’s and Associate programs include business management, criminal justice, health services administration, hospitality management, information technology, and medical administration.
“If you have never seen an online class before, this is a great opportunity to see what it’s like and ask questions about earning a college degree and still havemaximum flexibility forfamily, work, and other responsibilities,” said Mr. Patrick. “It's also a perfect fit for those students who don't live or work in proximity of Monroe's campuses.”
For more information or to reserve a seat, call 800-55-MONROE and ask for Sharon Albert.