NYDailyNews.com: “What Employers Really Think About Your Online Bachelor’s Degree”
When Erik Schnackenberg, 27, decided to get his bachelor’s degree at Pace University several years ago, he was confident about his decision to take courses entirely online.
If anything was going to get in the way of his job prospects, he figured it would be the lack of a master’s degree — not his choice to pursue distance education.
“I’ve interviewed several places and no one has asked me if I’m going on-campus for classes,” says Schnackenberg, a train conductor instructor and full-time student. “I think they care more about my major and my GPA.”