How can I take college classes online?

I need to know how can I take college classes online and what is the best website to do that or how can i start online classes and can i get a grant from the government even if it is online
Asked Feb 08, 2010
Edited Feb 08, 2010
go to and that might help you It did not help me but good luck to you. Do you know what college I can go to?
RHawes Mar 12, 2010
How is RCMB College for MBA in Bangalore?
Dear student,
I have been associated with RCMB very closely to say that it is a great institution for growth
and overall development of the student. The selection process is unique and doesn’t judge the
potential of the student on any entrance exam. The curriculum is fantastic in terms of how it
is designed to suit the practical needs of the student when they enter the industry.
Some important credentials that can’t be overlooked:

It has been rated as A+++ category and the 5th Best B- School in south India.
It has also been conferred with “Indo Global Best Management College in Academic
Excellence and Infrastructure -2018 “ by Indo Global Chamber of Commerce stands
Well most colleges have a system of listing their classes online, and if you go to the web page that lists their classes, there's usually a way to filter it so you're only seeing the online classes. Then just register and sign up for those classes. Not sure how those colleges work that are all online though.
Answered Feb 08, 2010
it is simple ask
Answered Mar 12, 2010
The Internet is the best resource you have! There's no dearth of colleges that offer online degrees. Have you decided what you want to major in? Stevens-Henager offers career-focused online programs in business, healthcare, IT, and graphic arts. The college also assists students in applying for various financial aid programs. Read through Stevens-Henager College testimonials and reviews to see which program best fits your requirements.
Answered Jun 22, 2012
How To Take College Course Online

Research. Yes, your biggest and toughest research assignment starts even before you find a college! Do an online search of colleges who offer the entire degree plan online. Other than the medical field, you will be able to find most classes offered online. The trick is to find college who offers the entire degree plan through online and/or correspondence classes.

Investigate. After you locate the colleges that offer the degree that you are searching for, you must find out which of the colleges are accredited. You can do this by calling the state department of education in the school's home state. All government phone numbers can be found online as well. Next, call your state department of education to find out if your hard earned degree from any of the schools on your list will be recognized by your state.

Eliminate. Find the program that will work best for you and your needs. Sometimes online classes are less expensive and sometimes they cost more to attend due to the fact that you may be paying out-of-state fees. Eliminate what you know is out of your budget.

Apply. Most schools allow you to print out an application from their website. Allow ten days for your application to be received and reviewed, then call the school and begin inquiring about your application. Before your initial phone call, write down a list of questions, such as "Will I need to attend campus for an orientation?", "Are there any tests required by your state that I need to take?", " How do I apply for financial aid?" Know that some online schools allow you to start at any time of the year, but others will accept new students according to semester.

Communicate. It is important that you communicate regularly with your online instructors. If they know who you are, they will have an understanding of who you are and will be compassionate towards you if a situation should arise throughout the school year. Also, by communicating with your teacher, if you have a question about something, chances are you will not put off asking for an explanation.

Be diligent. The hardest thing about attending college online is that you are responsible for your actions and your time. You have got to be one step ahead of your class schedule at all times. Knowing that you are taking online courses because you either have a full time job, a family, or possible both, you will need to organize your time in a way that you are able to do your school work without constant distractions. You must work hard at all times.
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Answered Jul 16, 2013
The guy that asked the question should graduate this year. Look at the date.
admin Jul 16, 2013
For this you may contact or search business website and contact them... who provide online services... It is helpful for you to find some guidance or ideas ...because their are so many companies who provide the online services/online meeting conference ...So I am only suggest you to find that type of website,,Which is really useful for you...
Answered Feb 07, 2018
Depending on the course, students may need to listen to or read lectures every day or just once or twice a week. Just like in any other class, students should be taking notes as they go. Completing Assignments. Some assignments for class may need to be completed online.

Thank you
Answered Sep 20, 2018
Best Online Class in Cerego’s adaptive learning platform measures and improves learning and training at scale so your employees perform better
Answered May 02, 2019
On any college website
Answered May 08, 2019
CCE UPES is the best option for online distance education you can take admission in MBA logistics, MBA aviation, and diploma courses.
Answered Nov 29, 2019
Dear student,
Regional College Of Management (RCM) is situated in Bangalore. RCM is an AICTE
approved and is affiliated to Bangalore University. The record says, everyone does get placed
at our college. So, I can claim it is almost 100%. Companies like KPMG, PWC, Accenture,
CISCO, IBM, Deloitte, HSBC, HCL, Capgemini, Tech Mahindra, Tata Consultancy Services,
HDFC Bank, HP, Shoppers Stop, AXIS Bank, and many more visited the campus for
placements. The highest salary package offered was 27 LPA.
However, it is important to remember to work hard no matter what the college has to offer.
You have to offer yourself a good future as you learn at college. 
Answered Dec 04, 2019
Depending on the course, students may need to listen to or read lectures every day or only once or twice a week. As in any other class, students should take notes as they go. Complete homework. Some class assignments may need to be completed online.

Answered Jan 14, 2022

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