The following content is sponsored by Capella University. All opinions are 100% my own.
As most of you know, I have three college degrees – two undergraduate degrees in Business Administration and Management, as well as my Finance MBA.
One thing I pride myself on is that I was able to graduate early, but I did still accrue a decent amount of debt.
Most colleges don’t make it easy to graduate early or to create a good schedule. I had to work hard towards that and I don’t know of many other people who have been able to do the same.
Recently, I heard about FlexPath from Capella University, which can greatly help a person achieve a faster graduation time.
If you are looking for a college degree, but think that you can’t fit it into your schedule or in the price point that you are wanting, then FlexPath is definitely something that you may want to look further into.
So, what is FlexPath?
FlexPath: A groundbreaking learning online format that is reshaping online education makes it possible to afford getting your degree.
FlexPath is offered only through Capella University. Capella knows that adults have a lot going on in life, but that school is important as well. FlexPath lets you build the career-advancing skills and knowledge you need, but with a class schedule entirely controlled by you. This is amazing!
Some of the many great benefits of FlexPath include:
- You can take classes at your own pace: Flexibility to set your own deadlines so it works best around your own schedule gives you the ultimate control of your online education. After you have finished a course, whether it takes a student 2 weeks or 12 weeks, you are able to take the next course right away. You don’t have to wait until the next quarter or semester to take your next course. Capella knows that most adults have busy lives – between school, raising a family, work, and more, life can be quite busy! Having a flexible schedule can make it so that doing all of these things at one time is much more possible.
- Your pace determines your price: FlexPath is subscription-based tuition model, where you have no limit to the number of courses you can complete every 12-weeks, up to 2 courses at a time, for one flat tuition rate (So, the more classes you are able to complete, the more money you can possibly save). For example, with FlexPath you can earn your degree in 12 months and under $10,000. **Books, supplies and other fees may apply. Program length and cost depends on the number of courses completed per 12-week session, the per session cost, and prior coursework.
- Innovative & Revolutionary: FlexPath offers something completely different – really making it possible for you to get your degree.
In this day and age, this is how college should be. Lives are busier than ever, and with the invention of the internet, obtaining a college degree should change for the better as well. And, this is where FlexPath comes in and makes it extremely flexible for anyone to obtain a college degree and to improve their future.
Who has done FlexPath?
Thousands have already chosen FlexPath as the smarter way to earn their degree. Take Kati, Coni, and Todd for example. They are doing their FlexPath degree now and sharing their journey so you can see what it is really like.
Actual FlexPath students who are compensated for appearing in this blog.
Sound like something you want to learn more about? Click here to get your free FlexPath guide.
It’s nice that Capella is offering something unique and affordable towards college education, but before anyone gets into something like this, be sure the program is fully accredited in your desired field before you commit to something like this. The college name on your resume still matters in a lot of careers.
Michelle Schroeder-Gardner says
Hi Tara, you can learn more about Capella’s accreditation here: http://www.capella.edu/university-accreditation/
Some people don’t have the time to take traditional college classes. Universities that offer online classes really provide a piece of mind to aspiring college students looking to accelerate their learning potential with the intent to quickly advance their career. So I’ve heard about Capella being quite a good school to attend. I’m confident they help students achieve a good college educational and accomplish transformation excellence out of sheer inspiration.
Lisa | Not On A Budget says
This is exactly the type of program I’ve been looking for! I’ve been looking to use my up Post 9/11 Gi Bill, and that was the first thing I had to look for. If colleges do not allow Title IV financial aid, that pretty much means I do not qualify to use my army benefits. Luckily, they have a page for it. So I’ll take a look at them.I just have to see if they offer a program of study I am interested in.