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Professors and administrators share inside information about their schools so you can make the most informed choice. Read candid assessments of the current education landscape and find out where we're heading.

Lisa Stolzenberg, Florida International University, Department of Criminal Justice

Lisa Stolzenberg, Professor and Chair at Florida International University, Department of Criminal Justice joins us today to discuss distance education.

Tell us about the distance learning programs offered at Florida International University

The Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Criminal Justice at FIU are designed for students interested in pursuing careers in the criminal justice system. It is also geared for students who intend to further their education by enrolling in law and doctoral degree programs.… | Read More

Interview: Bobby Beck, CEO/Co-Founder, Animation Mentor

Bobby Beck, CEO/CoFounder of Animation MentorBobby Beck, CEO & Co-Founder of Animation Mentor, joins us today to discuss online animation education.

Tell us about the distance learning programs offered at Animation Mentor.

Animation Mentor is the only animation school in the world built by professional animators for people who want to become character animators. Our program teaches students the skills needed to succeed as a professional animator in the studio environment.

What is the typical duration of each of your programs?

Our online… | Read More

Interview: Lynne Ballard, Dean of Continuing Professional Studies, Champlain College

l-ballardchamplain-college.jpgLynne Ballard, Dean of Continuing Professional Studies at Champlain College, joins us today to discuss distance education.

Tell us about the distance learning programs offered at Champlain College.

The Division of Continuing Professional Studies began offering fully online associate and bachelor's degrees and professional certificates in 1993. The degrees in our division, which are designed for adults, follow Champlain College's 130 year tradition of serving the professional and career development needs of students.

Our online degrees include:… | Read More

Interview: Gail L. Armatys, M.S., Co-Founder at Center For Advanced Legal Studies

Gail ArmatysGail L. Armatys, M.S., Co-Founder of the Center For Advanced Legal Studies, joins us today to discuss paralegal education.

Tell us about the programs offered at Center For Advanced Legal Studies

The Center specializes in paralegal education. We offer a Paralegal Certificate Program for College Graduates and an AAS Degree for Undergraduates. Students may attend in the morning or in the evening. Morning classes are taught in the traditional manner. The evening classes are provided in a… | Read More

Interview: Dr. Ted Mims & Barbara Selvaggio, University of Illinois at Springfield

me-and-ted.jpg Dr. Ted Mims, Computer Science Department Chair with Barbara Selvaggio, the Computer Sciences' Department's Program Online Coordinator join us today to discuss distance education.

Tell us about the distance learning programs offered at University of Illinois at Springfield.

UIS has been offering online courses since the late 1990's and was among the first "brick and mortar" institutions to offer degree and certificate programs online. We currently offer nine undergraduate degrees, eight graduate degrees, and nine certificates online.… | Read More

Interview: Thomas M. Green, Ph.D., Provost, National University

tomgreensmall.jpgThomas M. Green, Ph.D., Provost at National University, joins us today to discuss distance education.

Tell us about the distance learning programs offered at National University.

National University offers more than 60 degree programs and 10 teaching credential programs completely online. Since 1996, the University has made a conscious effort to develop those programs that are appropriate for online delivery; we currently have an inventory of 1200 courses available online. The University has five schools and one… | Read More

Interview: Michael Savas, Dean of Visual Communications, Laguna College of Art & Design

lr-self-portrait.jpgMichael Savas, Associate Professor of Art, Dean of Visual Communications at Laguna College of Art & Design, joins us today to discuss art & design education.

Tell us about the programs offered at Laguna College of Art & Design.

We offer five different BFA programs of study: Fine Art, Illustration, Animation, Graphic Design, and our newest program, Game Art. Additionally, we offer an MFA degree in Representational Painting.

What is the typical duration of each of… | Read More

Interview: Deb Gearhart, Director eCampus Troy University

deb-gearhart.gifDeb Gearhart, Director eCampus at Troy University, joins us today to discuss distance education.

Tell us about the distance learning programs offered at Troy University eCampus.

Troy University started offering programs online in the mid 1990s. eCampus was stood up in the fall of 2006 as planned in the merger to Troy University. The approved programs that were being offered by the various distance programs within Troy State University were being merged into one program, eCampus. Fall… | Read More

Interview: James Brodzinski, Dean of Saint Xavier University Graham School of Management

brodzinski_jim-portrait.gifJames Brodzinski, Dean of Saint Xavier University Graham School of Management, joins us today to discuss distance education.

Tell us about the distance learning programs offered at the Graham School of Management.

Currently, we are offering the Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in Service Management. Over 80% of employment opportunities in the United States are in the service sector. The ability to delivery service excellence, both within and organization as well as to external… | Read More

Andy Wasser, Associate Dean, Carnegie Mellon University

Andrew Wasser, Carnegie Mellon University
Andy Wasser, Associate Dean at Carnegie Mellon University, Graduate Information Systems Management Program joins us today to discuss distance education.

Tell us about the distance learning programs offered at Carnegie Mellon University.

The Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) program at Carnegie Mellon is designed to develop the next generation of IT leaders. The distance delivery of MSIT has been in place for over six years and has a successful track record of replicating the strengths… | Read More

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