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is there any bachelors correspondence course?

 
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Hi,
I did my diploma in electronics and communications engg.I did
CNE(CERTIFIED NETWORK ENGINEER )PART-1.I had around 10 years global experience in digital prepress equipment and i did post graduate diploma in computer programming.
I want to do my bachelors degree in engineering or technology.
Is there any university offering this course in correspondence mode.
Thanks in advance
 
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I thought you wanted to take a correpsondence course in how to be a bachelor.
 
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A bachelor's main course is Batchelors super noodles or Cup-a-Soup ?http://www.campbellsoup.com/center/around_the_world/europe.cfm whats the correspondence course ?
 
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bill,
im not endorsing it or anything but i see adds on the internet from the university of arizona all the time offering online bachelors and masters programs
 
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I can certainly vouch for this - http://www3.open.ac.uk/courses/subjects/computing.htm
Dont know about arizona one , keep getting spammed about a lot of degree online stuff by arizona in my inbox -however never bothered to check the authenticity of them.
PS : super noodles rock
[This message has been edited by Skinner Seymour (edited December 18, 2001).]
 
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I get the email and snail versions from Arizona.
 
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Is it the University of Arizona or the University of Pheonix?
I got my Master's from the University of Pheonix (not on-line, though) and I can tell you it is a lot more difficult than you might imagine. I had one classmate who had taken some online courses and said they were much more difficult because of the lack of face to face communications, no class time, and increased need for self discipline.
At any rate, the University of Phoenix does offer on-line courses as do some more "accepted" universities like Virginia Tech.

Joel
 
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