If you are interested in continuing your learning well after your college years, there are many opportunities in the States for you to do so. One such opportunity, for instance, is with the University System of Georgia’s (USG) Adult Learner website. They have 13 USG campuses as part of the Adult Learning Consortium (http://www.georgiaonmyline.org/adultlearner). Here, they focus on adult learners who want to pursue their college degree. The Georgia OnmyLine website allows these learners access to courses and degree programs.
A few of the universities that are involved in this program include: Armstrong Atlantic State University, Columbus State University, Dalton State College, Gordon State College, University of North Georgia and more. Their online college, as they explain, “gives you incredible flexibility. While you’re still held to the same high standards as on-campus students, you can study when and where it’s convenient for you, which is a huge draw — especially for adult learners. No matter where you live, as long as you have a reliable Internet connection, you can access your course materials and assignments. This opens up a whole new world of learning experiences and degree options for adult learners.”
You won’t have to cram into a small room, sit on stacking chairs and listen to a lecture at a certain time. With their program, you can do the courses from the comfort of your own home and that are uniquely created for the adult learner. Their degree programs are aligned with workforce needs and include areas such as healthcare, law enforcement, business and more.