Kaplan University caught my attention because they consider their school to be “a different school of thought.” Being an online school, I was surprised to find out they offer more than 170 degrees. Everything I’ve heard about Kaplan tells me they are flexible with their students making their school an ideal place for busy students who are trying to juggle the demands of everyday life and their education.
When I found out that Kaplan lets students try out classes for free I couldn’t believe it. This is something I’ve never heard of before. Their unique approach to education is demonstrated in what they call The Kaplan Commitment(SM). They have this program set up to help students make an informed decision about their choice in education, Kaplan allows students to attend the first 5 weeks of class for free. That’s right – you pay nothing for the first five weeks. This gives you time to decide if Kaplan is the right fit for you without any sort of financial obligation. After the five week period if you don’t want to continue at Kaplan you can make that decision without losing out on the cost of tuition. The only upfront cost is the application fee. If you decide to stick with the school then you pay your tuition and continue to complete the class.
Kaplan University is an accredited university and they offer 170 degrees and programs. You can choose from a graduate, undergraduate, certificate, and diploma programs in a variety of different areas of study. The programs they offer are in the follow Areas of Study:
- Criminal Justice
- Legal Studies
- Arts & Sciences
- Health Sciences
I believe going to school is an investment you make in yourself, but I also believe it doesn’t have to put you in debt. Kaplan offers education at a competitive rate which is another reason why the school got my attention. There are many options available to pay for school such as range of financial aid and scholarship available to students.
Overall, the best way to find out what Kaplan University has to offer is to request a free information package. It’s 100% free and will help you find out exactly what degrees and courses they has to offer, along with tuition fees and more.