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Are online courses worth it?
Cost is another benefit, as most online courses are much cheaper than a traditional classroom program. Tuition is usually lower and there are practically no travel costs involved. That said, online education is only worth your time if you are earning accredited online degrees from accredited colleges.
Can I add online courses to my resume?
Listing online classes on your resume is a definite do. Just make sure you do it thoughtfully so you're sending the right message about your continuing education. After all, you worked hard to complete all these courses in your free time, you owe it to yourself to make sure they count.
Can I put online courses on my resume?
Yes. It is a good idea to put Relevant completed online courses on your resume, especially if you have a certificate for it. In the Education section, write about your formal education - namely, your Bachelor and Masters degrees.
How do I prepare for an online class?
You need a reliable internet connection to participate in online courses. Many programs will tell you the requirements you need to succeed in their courses, but make sure to consider if other people in your household will use the internet at the same time. Online classes often require streaming videos or uploading content, so make sure you have the necessary speed and signal reliability to participate without interruption.