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Some of us, of course, have long known that WGU, which proclaims itself a university but has no professors, has been a diploma mill for a long time. Credit-hour courses are required to offer a minimum level of weekly instruction that self-paced programs are not.
WGU is an accredited educational institution, and a degree from there should be respected about as much as a degree from any other institution.
Western Governors University expert review by ConsumerAffairs. Nursing programs: WGU has multiple degree options in their Online College of Health Professionals. Accreditation: WGU is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU).
SNHU holds the same Accreditation as Boston College, UNH, Harvard, etc. All the schools you'll find in New England that are regionally accredited through NEASC. If schools offer you a laptop (which SNHU doesn't) - know that they are putting it into your student loans (financial aid).
WGU is a great school for providing the technical skills/training/education you will need to be successful in IT. I would point out, like Toby Dillon, that some of the most valuable skills I learned ad WGU are not technical. Some of the most valuable skills have been the communication and writing.
If you want to take classes from any college or university, check to see that they are REGIONALLY accredited. If they are, then go ahead and sign up. you'll be fine. WGU is regionally accredited, and quite well thought of. They're regionally accredited and not-for-profit, which rules out most diploma mills.
Apparently WGU is a real, accredited school, but it sounds like a for-profit college and you will be fighting against that perception with hiring managers. At least check out ASU. I'm sure there are other reputable B&M colleges that offer online degrees as well. Except WGU isn't for-profit at all.
WGU is an accredited educational institution, and a degree from there should be respected about as much as a degree from any other institution. In my experience, employers don't value degrees beyond any requirement that an employee have one.
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