There could also be a mixture of these two formats.
The opportunity to pursue a graduate degree online may make your goals within reach.
Other universities may make their traditional programming available as an online graduate degree.
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Online graduate programs offer students and working professionals the opportunity to earn masters and doctoral degrees completely online.