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Top higher education institutions and graduate schools are increasingly moving their prestigious graduate degree programs online to make them more accessible and affordable to working professionals and students around the world. Online programs are equivalent to their on-campus counterparts, and completing an online program will earn you the same diploma and credentials are the same program offered on campus. The only difference is the modality.


Earning an online master's degree can help you reach your career goals in numerous fields. Whether you are looking to advance or change careers, you can find high-quality, flexible, and affordable online master's degrees from accredited universities on Coursera.

A master's degree is a graduate degree designed around advancing your knowledge of a subject. While an undergraduate degree might be more broad in course requirements and content, a master's degree is for students looking to specialize in an area.

With support from AT&T, we have created the first online Master of Science in Computer Science from an accredited university that students can earn exclusively through the "massive online" format and for a fraction of the normal cost.

Georgia Tech considers you an international applicant if you are neither a U.S. citizen nor a U.S. permanent resident, even if you currently reside in the U.S under a non-immigrant visa. Since the program is 100% online, international students admitted to the program will not be offered visas. International students do not require U.S. residency to enroll in the program. All applicants residing within the U.S. must satisfy the lawful presence requirement.

I got to interact with people from different countries, different backgrounds, different industries. The online program was even more diverse than the on-campus program, which is already super diverse.

NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education. The State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) is an agreement among member states, districts, and territories that establish comparable national standards for interstate offering of postsecondary distance education courses and programs. It is intended to make it easier for students to take online courses offered by postsecondary institutions based in another state. SARA is overseen by a National Council and administered by four regional education compacts.

You will have the option to upload additional supporting documents when submitting your online application (documents should be .pdf files). Note that if you do this, you will not need to mail your documents at this time. But if you are admitted, you will be asked to submit the official documents.

Any documents that are not uploaded with your online application will need to be mailed in one envelope (with the name of the applicant as it appears on the application written on the front) to Graduate Studies. Please do not staple, clip, bind, brad, or tie your documents together. Leave all sheets loose, and stack them in order. This will speed up the processing of your application. Mail all documents to:

You will need to apply to the online program separately to be reviewed within that specific applicant poll. Our system currently does not allow you to submit two applications for the same program, same term.

Once you have submitted your application, contact Graduate Studies and request that they move you to the online application for the term you wish to apply. They can also add the recommendations you included in your original on-campus Analytics application to the online application.

The total workload is the same for the online program as the residential program. The weekly or hourly workload depends on whether students are full-time or part-time, and how quickly students wish to complete the program. We consider students to be full-time if they are not employed and can dedicate the majority of their time to the program. Part-time students are those who have full-time jobs and cannot dedicate themselves full-time to the program.

Yes. Admission in the on-campus degree is limited and we cannot guarantee that you will be accepted. It is much easier to transfer from the on-campus degree to the online degree because we can accommodate more students.

Since course instruction is entirely online, fully online graduate degree programs allows you to schedule courses when they are convenient for you. Unlike face-to-face courses, which require you to be on campus at a certain day and time, fully online courses are flexible and can fit into busy schedules.

Pursuing your graduate degree online requires some unique studying skillsets than that of the face-to-face alternative. For instance, many UCF Online graduates cite time management as being a constant hurdle to overcome. Many online courses are on-demand and self-paced, requiring you to set aside time to dedicate to your studies. Successful UCF Online graduates report that dedicating a consistent time and place for studying helped them on the road to graduation.

For over 40 years, Georgia Tech Professional Education has delivered online learning programs to career-focused adults across the globe. Built on Georgia Tech's rigorous on-campus programs, our 10 online Master of Science degrees and three hybrid professional master's degrees are designed to provide you the STEM and leadership capabilities to be competitive in your field. In addition to a sought-after credential from a world-renowned university, you can also expect:

In annual rankings from U.S. News & World Report, Georgia Tech graduate programs consistently rank in the top 10. The proven excellence of Georgia Tech graduate degrees and the convenience of online delivery make them a compelling choice for working professionals.

Our online master's programs give you the flexibility to study where you want, whenever you want. Each course is as rigorous as its on-campus equivalent, allowing you to build real-world knowledge and skills that advance your career without interrupting it.

When you participate in our distance learning programs, you access a wealth of technological and industry knowledge while building a network comprised of Georgia Tech faculty and industry professionals. A media-rich, collaborative learning environment will allow you to interact with classmates and faculty members virtually. You'll also have 24/7 access to online lectures, videos, discussion boards, and more.

What is it? Who is it for? What's the difference? Interested in a graduate degree from Georgia Tech, but not sure which program type is right for you? Our comparison chart will allow you to explore the opportunities and requirements associated with the online degree type to help you determine which one is right for you.

Yes. ASU Online offers two concentrations for this online Master of Computer Science. Each concentration allows you to focus on a particular area of computer science, in addition to building relevant skills in the field. Available concentrations include:

Cryptography provides the underlying security methods for the web and many other computer applications. This course covers the design usage of cryptographic protocols for online and offline computing applications. Assuring the quality, validity and privacy of information is one of the key applications of cryptography. Applications of cryptography range from signatures and certificates to trustless multiparty computations.

The online format will allow you to study the world-class curriculum that Virginia Tech is known for, while earning the same regionally accredited degree as an on-campus student. With this tailored educational experience, you will graduate from the program with greater knowledge of industry competencies to effectively and strategically lead in one of the dynamic agricultural and life science industries.

And for those looking to supplement their online training with hands-on experience, we also offer an optional, week-long bootcamp at our state-of-the-art August A Busch III Brewing and Food Science Laboratory.

In this course, you will study the chemical and microbial sides of beer production from both a theoretical and practical perspective. Through online lecture and hands-on group exercises, you will gain an understanding of the biological principles behind the fermentation and maturation of beer. Topics covered will include yeast morphology, physiology and metabolism; methods in yeast harvesting, handling, and pitching; as well as techniques for detection and prevention of microbial beer spoilage. By the end of this course, you will possess the skills and knowledge necessary for establishing better process and production control in a commercial brewery.

In this course, we will explore these vital questions through a real-world lens, diving into both theory and practical approaches for achieving quality, brewery safety and sustainable business practices. Through online lecture and interactive group discussions, you will gain an in-depth understanding on a variety of topics, including how to setup a quality assurance program for any size brewery; how a brewing operation is audited and assessed for value and efficacy; how to establish a safety program and a workplace culture that prioritizes safe practices; and the environmental, climate and socio-economic factors that affect every brewing enterprise, including measures that can be taken to not only mitigate, but improve those conditions for the community your business serves. By the end of this course, you will possess a firm understanding of the safety and sustainability challenges every brewery faces, and will be armed with practical approaches that will help your brewing operation not only address these issues, but actually thrive. 041b061a72


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