I would like to enroll in most likely cyber security and assurance bachelor program, however I'm not sure if employers pay for this? Has anyone ever gotten your employer to pay for your WGU degree? or is it all of your pocket/loans?
Hi everyone, I am looking to pursue Bachelor's in IT Management from WGU but not sure if this style of college is right for me.I work 40 hours, have a family (new born on the way too). I know the whole premise is to cram as many classes in as you can during a term. Is there a certain expectation the school wants for how many classes taken in a term? I am curious what the workload is like though and average length for a class. Is it actually online classes with a lecture done by a teacher? Are you just reading books and watching videos? And then when you are comfortable with the content you try to test out of it?
It will depend on the college you'll be doing your Masters at. Since WGU is a pass/fail, your GPA at graduation will be a flat 3.0.
WGU does keep a list of places their alumni have transferred to for Masters programs.