Most universities now offer the choice of online classes for those that want to get an education, but do not have the time or transportation to make it to class. As much as this helps many students to advance their education in every way shape and form, there are many differences with online classes and campus classes. The biggest differences between online degree programs and campus programs is how many choices the student has. Not every program that is offered in school can be started and completely finished online. There are certain programs that can be started online, but not finished.
One of the main difference in these two types of classes is the kind of class that a person can get into and the class that they need for their major. Not every class is offered online, which is why it makes it difficult for those that want to pursue a degree in Nursing, or Science or even math to finish their degrees. The classes that go into these majors or titles are often chosen to be taken solely on campus because most of them have at least one lab which is part of the class and needed to receive credit.
Other classes or majors such as English, History or computer classes can be taken online and there is no need to take other classes on campus. Most of the degrees that are offered in any community college or university have at least one or more classes that students can easily take online, because there is other requirements other than just the class. But those that need or have a lab next to them are harder to finish because students have no choice but to take them on campus.
Another huge difference between online and campus programs is the quality of the classes. Most students often have huge difficulties actually getting the subjects because they feel they do not learn the same way online as they would in class. Students that choose online programs almost always opt to change at least one of their classes and take them in person, because it is easier and this way, they get more help from their teacher. With most campus programs, the student has the benefit of going to more classes and even crashing a few classes if they want to or feel like they need more help. With online programs this choice is not available because students cannot see more than one class, or ask teachers for help.