Taking online courses means no in-person classroom trips. No need to hop in your car and head to campus or bundle up on those cold days. Have a computer with WiFi? You’re golden.
Then there’s the comfort of turning anywhere you are into your classroom. Is the coffee shop your favorite spot? That’s cool. How about your living room? Put on your most comfy set of pajamas and get to learning. Online courses mean getting the work done where it works for you.
Rather than the twice or three-times-a-week class schedule, online classes have more flexibility. Some professors may give you the all course material right at the start of the session. Others may release it a week at a time. But when you decide to sit down and go through it is up to you. No set class times means learning on your schedule. That’s perfect if you are working, raising a family or have other responsibilities.
If you missed an important detail from a class or you just want to review what you already heard, you can replay sessions by hitting the rewind button. No more asking the professor to repeat a point in the middle of an in-person session. Now, they can repeat it as many times as you need.
Taking online courses can also mean avoiding expenses like transportation and room and board. That’s money you could use to maybe start your own business one day after finishing your degree.
Online classes are a great way to earn your degree in a way that works for you. You can learn on your schedule, wherever you want.
Whether you prefer the traditional college experience or the online route, Texas Wesleyan’s AACSB-accredited School of Business has the degree options for you. On campus, general business is our most popular degree, filled with networking opportunities with businesses around the DFW metroplex. If you’ve already started your college journey, or have a 2-year degree, turn it into a four-year degree, 100% online in as little as 15 months with our online BBA pathway.