The average undergrad getting an online degree is older

Marlene Habib

Royal Roads’ blended, collaborative model is highlighted among post-secondary institutions offering online education in a Nov. 18 article in The Globe and Mail.

Here is an excerpt:

“For instance, at Victoria-based Royal Roads University, a former military college which became a university in 1995, there are nearly a dozen undergraduate degree-completion programs covering the last two years of a bachelor’s degree – in everything from communications to justice studies, global tourism, environmental management and environmental sustainability, and business administration. Students follow a “blended collaborative cohort” model – they live and work intensely on campus for three weeks at the beginning of each year, and interact in person and then later online for the remainder of the program.”

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