If I am enrolled in college like Florida State can I go to a different online school for a different degree?

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Asked at 2012-10-01 00:08:04
In 5-7 months I will go to college , whether of the State of Florida or New York University, etc. .. In college I double degree in jazz studies and psychology . But I also want a business degree . I can ? School also enroll in a line to get my business degree while enrolled in a state university ?
Answer1AlaynaAnswered at 2012-10-01 00:16:02
You can do that , and you can also enroll in a course online now (assuming you have graduated from high school already. ) MedlinePlus MedlinePlus An online school is excellent Excelsior College in New York . What used to be the distance education department of the University of New York , and now is a private , nonprofit university that is accredited .
Answer2naleemAnswered at 2012-10-01 00:31:04
You can definitely do that . However, if you are going to be enrolled full-time in either FSU or NYU , simultaneously acquiring a degree could be quite difficult. I would recommend an online degree from a school that literally allows you to complete at your own pace . That way if the double major is leaving little room for additional school work , not missing the deadlines of its kind online . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus The structure of online classes vary by school . In your particular case , some allow you to take at your own pace , while others have strict deadlines . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I've heard of some online colleges offering a free course for future students to take so they can decide if the school is right for them . I would not make a school out, or decide exactly what you're looking for and do a lot of research to make sure that the school you choose has the criteria you are looking for . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Good Luck !
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