The U.S. Military offers one of the best benefits you could want from a job: they give you money for an education. Through the G.I. Bill, soldiers get money to use for college. But one of the drawbacks of life in the military is moving around, sometimes frequently, making it difficult to schedule classes or keep up with class work. One answer may be online degrees.
There are thousands of programs online that offer degree programs but before you choose one you should do your "home work" and research the programs available to you.
Military Spouse Education Benefits
A big change coming with the Post-9/11 GI Bill that goes into effect August 1, 2009, is that members of the military can now transfer all or part of their GI Bill benefits to help cover the cost of education for their spouse or dependent children. Read more >>
Going to School Online While Serving
For those who want to earn a college degree, but feel like they just don’t have enough time to go to college, or for those who may be stationed far from their chosen school, an online education might be the perfect avenue for getting that college diploma. Read more >>
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