How to Use a Degree Completion Program to Finish College

Barry Lenson

Degree Completion ProgramIf you started college but didn’t finish, you’ll be glad to learn that a growing number of American colleges and universities are now offering Degree Completion Programs (DCPs) designed for people like you. If you enroll in one of them, you can apply the credits you’ve already earned toward your diploma. Some DCPs also let you earn credit for your life experiences, which can make it even faster to finish college.

Why StraighterLine Saves You Money and Time in DCP Programs

Below, you’ll find a list of StraighterLine Partner Colleges that offer you Degree Completion Programs. Be sure to check them all out – if you’re seeking an economical and efficient way to finish college, they offer you some of the best options anywhere.

But here’s a way you can save even more time and money as you earn your diploma. Before enrolling in any of those Partner Colleges, first take low-cost courses here at StraighterLine and then transfer in the credits you’ve earned.  StraighterLine is even offering you a selection of Course Bundles such as a $496 bundle of business courses, that can save you additional time and money.

Here are the Partner Colleges that offer degree completion programs to help you complete your degree:

  • American Intercontinental University
  • Ashford University
  • Charter Oak State College
  • Colorado State University Global Campus
  • Concordia University Irvine
  • Excelsior College
  • Fisher College
  • Kaplan University
  • Kendall College
  • Liberty University
  • National Hispanic University
  • New England College of Business
  • Northwestern State University of Louisiana
  • Rasmussen College
  • Strayer University
  • SUNY Empire State College
  • Thomas Edison State College
  • Trident University
  • University of the Incarnate Word
  • University of the Potomac
  • University of Phoenix
  • Upper Iowa University
  • Western Governors University
  • Wisconsin Lutheran College

It’s a Great Time to Finish College

Going back to college used to mean filling out long application forms, taking standardized tests, and paying application fees and hefty tuition. It also meant taking courses in classrooms. Thanks to the flexibility of StraighterLine, those problems are a thing of the past. Going back to finish your degree has never been easier or more economical.

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