Amybeth Hale – Research Goddess


HARO Request: Do employers value online degrees?
July 29, 2008, 11:00 am
Filed under: HARO, Recruiting | Tags:

Summary: Do employers value online degrees?

Name: Elizabeth Kudner
Email: ekudner*at*myusearch*dot*com
Title: Blog Manager
Media Outlet/Publication: myUsearch blog (an unbiased online resource for students looking for colleges)
Anonymous? No
Specific Geographic Region? No
Deadline: 6:00 PM MOUNTAIN – August 10

Query:
“I’m looking for employers’, recruiters’ or HR professionals’ answers to these questions:

1)      Do you view job candidates with online degrees as more, less, or equally qualified as candidates with traditional degrees? Why do you feel this way?

2) Do you understand the difference between for-profit and not-for-profit colleges and universities? If so, do you view job candidates with online degrees from for-profit institutions as more, less or equally qualified as candidates with degrees from not-for-profit colleges and universities? Why do you feel this way?

3) Would you view an applicant from a non-accredited online degree program as more, less or equally qualified as candidates with accredited degrees? Why do you feel this way?

 

I must reach $2000 by September 1st – every contribution helps!

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What do you think? I always tell people online doesn’t mean anything … even if it is Harvard.

Comment by kaye sweetser




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