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Over 14 accredited online acting programs are offered at the 89 online schools in the US. There are approximately 135,548 students enrolled in these accredited online acting schools. These online acting colleges have an admission rate of approximately 54%. In other words, 27 out of every 50 applicants receive admission in online acting courses.
Students can take online acting classes at the following degree and certificate levels:
- Associate's degree in acting
- Bachelor's degree in acting
- Master's degree in acting
- Certificate in acting
Accredited online acting schools offer 2 online acting certificate programs, 3 online acting associate's degree programs and 4 online acting bachelor's degree programs for students to choose from. And these schools have 5 online acting master's degree programs for students to choose from.
Of the students who enroll in online acting classes, a reported 44% graduate within a reasonable amount of time. And approximately 56% do not.
Online acting college graduates can choose from a variety of professions including an actor.
Disclaimer: The data used above represents both online and offline offerings. Data for only online schools is not readily available. However, this data can give students a basic picture of what to expect.
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- Associate of Arts in General Studies - The Ivy Bridge College of Tiffin University Online Associate of Arts in General Studies program requires students to takes courses in writing, literature, communication, philosophy, math and natural sciences, among others. Getting an Online Associate of Arts in General Studies gives students a variety of skills that can be applied to nearly any chosen career. To complete the degree, students need to take a total of 60 credit hours, including 15 for knowledge skills, 18 for humanities, six for natural sciences, 12 for social sciences and nine for open elective courses.