Learning Online

What is Accelerated Online Learning Like?

Whether in a traditional, on-site program or in an online program, we know that most learning occurs outside of the classroom - and not while logged into a computer.

Of course, students read, study and complete homework assignments all outside of class time. Class time is partially for teachers to clarify concepts and also often used to assess student learning. We use the online classroom the same way! You'll study the same material as our on campus students, enjoy the same quality of learning and have professor and peer interactions. What “learning online” really means is that class time is via the computer/internet - and not in a physical building or location of a college. 

You'll still interact with the professor and other students in the course, and you will still study, write papers and read textbooks. But you don’t need to  be at a specific physical location (like a classroom building) on campus at a specific time in order to take a course.

Benefits of Studying Online

  • Create customized class schedules that fit into your life
  • Work at your own pace
  • There's no relocation or residency required - study from wherever your are!
  • Earn your degree from an accredited college
  • Gain access to our student resources (including our library, academic services and more)
*LBC’s online courses/degrees are available to residents of all states and territories of the US under the terms and provisions of the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA), of which LBC is an institutional participant, or through authorizations/exemptions in the following non-SARA states: California and Massachusetts.

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