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When do employers see online degrees as equal to traditional degrees? [Infographic]

Eighty-nine percent of academic leaders believe that online degrees are equal to traditional degrees if the school offering the online degree has a traditional campus, according to a Sloan Consortium Study and a new infographic from Philadelphia's Drexel University Online.

Eighty-nine percent of academic leaders believe that online degrees are equal to traditional degrees if the school offering the online degree has a traditional campus, according to a Sloan Consortium Study and a new infographic from Philadelphia’s Drexel University Online.

What else does it take for employers and academic leaders to view online degrees and traditional degrees equally? Check out the three most important factors in Drexel Online’s infographic below.

Online vs Traditional Degree v15 Outlined

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