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Admissions Policies: Most online degree programs establish their own admissions criteria and policies and they have different requirements from on-campus programs; therefore, students should review admissions deadlines, procedures, and requirements before applying to any specific online program. In addition, many online programs have selective admission policies and do not accept every student that applies.
Online Programs with Campus Requirements: While some online degree programs require a limited number of campus visits, travel expenses are not typically covered by tuition and fees. Students should research and consider these costs before committing to a program.
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