Loc: Louisville, KY
Ok, I will research that. I did find this: Accreditation Each ITT Technical Institute is either authorized or licensed by the state in which it is located and is accredited by or in the process of seeking accreditation from an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. All ITT Technical Institutes (except in some instances the most recently opened institutes) are eligible to participate in the federal student financial aid programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, and as administered by the U.S. Department of Education.
Looking at Wikipedia,looks like they got in some trouble....
I guess I should stick with a community college so that I don't have to wonder
Like I said, things may have changed a bit in 29 years.
After looking through the link you posted I think my estimates of how long it took for what degree back then may be fuzzy too. They probably offered a diploma, (might be called certificate now) Associates, and a 4 year Bachelors. The two year FT degree course I mentioned was probably the Associates. The diploma was a convenient program for us working FT during the day and then going at night that wanted to get some experience in the digital world. Most of the people in my class were late 20s and up
I may have missed it but are you planning to quit work and go to school or will it be double duty? What about the online option?
Well you got me Googling around to brush up on this. Here's a kind of informative site. It's a marketing site site for online only and not suggesting it for you, but it explains what is needed for each degree if you click on the menu items on the right. The link that I posted goes to Associates vs Bachelors degree opinions.
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