Talking of affordable online degrees the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) offers over fifty 1-credit, self-paced "Independent Study" courses that can be downloaded and printed. After completing a course you have to fair a multiple choice test with 75% score to get a mailed certificate of achievement from the Emergency Management Institute.
Some of the other resources you can consider for obtaining affordable online degrees are:
Another brilliant resource is the California state community colleges which offer the cheapest first half of a degree on the planet, for only $18 per unit! If not from California Chemeketa Community College (bbs.chemeketa.edu) offers courses for very reasonable fees if not as good and also they don’t discriminate between resident and non-resident tuition rates which many colleges do.
Also there’s a lot of online materials to help out students but make sure you know where you can get the help you need which save a lot of money on study materials. But while looking for cheap degrees be wary of unaccredited degrees which are strict no, no. Even when searching for a cheap degree make sure it is not from dubious sources because after all you want the degree to be accepted by your potential employers, right? Otherwise it may as well be of cheap junk value.
- CollegeSearchUniversity.com teaches its user how to obtain college guides and also directs the prospective online student to scholarship information, information that can guarantee the delivery of an affordable college degree online.
- ecollegefinder.org is another resource that lists various affordable online degrees in various disciplines like Law, Health care, Liberal Arts, Public Administration, Computers and technology, etc.