Does online degree completion worry you? These are the twelve steps to efficiently complete and earn your online degree :
Look at your experience, knowledge, existing college credits, and the desired use of your degree to help you choose the major you want to pursue.
Once you have a good idea of the major you're seeking, see which schools offer the degree you need, and speak to their admissions people (and, if possible, their advising staff).
Choose the school you feel most comfortable with, and enroll. That way, whatever course or distribution requirements are in place at the time you enroll will apply to you even if the rules change later. This can be very important, as policies can change - sometimes rather drastically - with little or no notice.
Take a look at any kind of professional (or even military training) certifications, or other credits to your name that might be eligible for college credit.
Work with your advisor. Look at the distribution requirements (i.e. the required courses in different areas of study) of the degree you want. Ask your advisor to help you plan your strategy.
See what College Examinations, DSST (DANTES Subject Standardized Test), CLEP (College Level Examination Program), GRE (Graduate Record Examination), ECE (Excelsior College Examination), or other exams might be available to fulfill the distribution requirements.
Obtain study guides for the tougher exams and take the practice tests.
Check out course catalogs of other colleges at your local library to see what courses you might want to challenge for portfolio credit.
Take any and all courses you might want to or need to take to fulfill your degree's requirements.
Assemble your credits through your school's credit bank.
After assembling the required credits, submit the necessary transcripts and forms to graduate and thus finish your online degree program.
Congratulations! You've earned your online degree !