One of the issues you have, as you're working full-time, is finding time to be able to attend classes. And with my particular position, I travel quite a bit, so being able to commit every Monday and Wednesday to a classroom would be virtually impossible. By using the World Campus, I could be on an airplane heading to China or California, or I could be home, and I could still do all my work and, at the same time, be able to achieve that degree.
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