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Did you know that you can earn a fully accredited bachelor’s degree by taking all of your coursework online? You can. Linfield College offers an accredited online degree programs that allow access to your courses and assignments at your convenience while allowing you to communicate with classmates and professors easily.
Linfield College’s online degree programs are perfect for students with schedules that demand flexibility, or for those who travel, as online courses allow students to study at any time and from any location. Linfield’s online college platform, the Linfield Blackboard, provides students a virtual classroom, with links for submitting homework, discussion groups, communication with classmates and professors - even tests.
Linfield’s accredited online degree programs offer courses that require the same time commitment as traditional college courses, with similar academic expectations. To learn more about online courses and the profile of an effective online learner, read the Linfield College Online College Guide, perfect for helping you to determine if an accredited online college degree program is right for you.
Online Certificate Programs
Linfield’s online certificate programs provide continuing education that enables students to build career advancement through a combination of knowledge and experience. Designed for adult students looking to make themselves more competitive professionally, Linfield’s online certificate programs offer busy adults the perfect online format to earn professional recognition in a given specialty.
Each of Linfield’s online certificate programs is comprised of four to six courses for which academic credit is awarded and a diploma issued. See the certificate programs page for more information about Linfield College certificates.
What are the computer requirements?
Minimum hardware requirements are:
PC - 1 GB of RAM (2 GB recommended) 56k modem or access to Internet (DSL or Cable recommended)
Mac - G4 or better, 1 GB of RAM (2 GB recommended) 56k modem or access to Internet (DSL or Cable recommended)
Software: the latest available browser and word processing packages
Read more technology recommendations for taking online courses in our blog article, Computer for College Online.
How can I learn to take a class in the online format?
At the beginning of each term, Linfield's Adult Degree Program provides tutorial demonstrations for adult students new to online learning.
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What are accredited online degrees?
As you research online schools an important consideration is the school’s accreditation. A school achieves accreditation regionally and from one of six U.S. Department of Education recognized bodies. Through a peer and self-review process that must be reaffirmed periodically, a school is measured for institutional quality. Learn more on how to find out if an online college is accredited.