|Washington State University|
Distance programs for bachelor's degrees, master of science, professional writing certificate, external doctor of pharmacy, Microsoft professional program, volunteer management and bachelor of arts in human development.
|Edmonds Community College|
Distance learning courses to assist in earning the associate's and bachelor's degree in Business Administration. Receive lessons and communicate with your instructor and other class members through a web-site based classroom.
|ITT Technical Institute|
Web and campus based technology-oriented associates, bachelors and masters degree programs in various fields including electronics, computer network systems, web development, multimedia, programming, industrial designs and telecommunications.
|Brigham Young University|
Independent study courses for grade 7-12 as well as ACT preparation; university classes in accounting, business management, biology and other subjects, and a wide selection of personal enrichment courses for all grade levels.
US accredited institution provides certificate, endorsement, graduate, bachelors, masters, and doctoral degree programs in education, psychology, human services, clinical research, engineering, child development, criminal justice and other fields of study
Ph.Ds, bachelors, and masters degrees, graduate certificates and continuing education. Includes over 40 areas of specialization, such as information technology, education, criminal justice, accounting, and health care administration. Accredited by NCA.
Many courses and programs are available through distance education with small classes, close interaction, and access to many resources.
|University of Wisconsin|
Web-based classes that provide the opportunity to earn college credits and/or a degree, from home or work. Courses are taught by professors who are faculty hired for their expertise in teaching their subject area.
Accredited degree programs and diplomas in IT, hospitality, culinary arts, business administration, health sciences and nursing available through Internet courses or classroom instruction at campuses located across Virginia and Maryland, USA.
Credit and non-credit courses via the web or video conferencing. Graduate and undergraduate classes in life sciences, engineering, human resources, business, veterinary medicine and natural resources.