WGU Missouri is a fully online university

Now is the time to get a degree to advance your career.

MISSOURI, USA – The pandemic has forced many of us to re-evaluate our careers. Now could be a great time to get a bachelor’s or master’s degree to advance these careers. Consider WGU Missouri, a nonprofit, fully online university. Dr. Angie Besendorfer, Chancellor of WGU Missouri, is here to tell us more.

Dr. Besendorfer shares that at WGU, they only offer bachelor’s and master’s degrees in labor-intensive fields. This means that their graduates will be able to get jobs. They offer degrees in business, computer science, education, and health.

WGU also uses a competency-based approach for its courses. Learning is measured instead of time. So you can go through the courses as fast or as slow as you want. This can make your degree even more affordable. Because they measure learning, not time, you pay for your learning by time rather than by course. 6 months of education, anything you can learn as fast as you can learn, can be had for around $3,500. This includes your learning resources, and many scholarships and grants are also offered.

For more information, call them at 855-948-8493 or visit Missouri.wgu.edu. You can also find them on Facebook. Be sure to note this application fee waiver code: NOWFREE.

WGU Missouri offers affordable, fast-paced training options to help you graduate and start working. MISSOURI, USA – The pandemic has caused many people to re-evaluate their careers, so now may be the perfect time to pursue a bachelor’s or master’s degree. WGU Missouri Chancellor Dr. Angie Besendorfer is here to tell us more.

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