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Area’s traditional colleges expand online offerings (access required)

Idea pioneered by for-profit companies now present on most campuses

For-profit colleges recognized the need for online degree programs a long time ago, and to some extent, they’re still a source of competition for traditional colleges today. But traditional colleges have now had plenty of time to look at the success of online degree programs and the result is they’re now offering their own ...

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