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There are 51 online schools in the US offering over 97 accredited online writing programs. These accredited online writing schools have approximately 523,350 students enrolled. These online writing colleges have an admission rate of approximately 65%. In other words, 13 out of every 20 applicants receive admission in online writing courses.
These schools offer online writing classes at the following levels:
- Associate's degree in writing
- Bachelor's degree in writing
- Master's degree in writing
- Certificate in writing
Accredited online writing schools offer a variety of online writing programs for students to choose from. They offer 66 online writing certificate programs, 1 online writing associate's degree program and 4 online writing bachelor's degree programs. And these schools offer 26 online writing master's degree programs for students to choose from.
Approximately 53% of the 523,350 students enrolled in online writing classes, graduate in a timely fashion. The remaining either drop out or take longer than normal to complete their online writing degree or certificate.
Online writing college graduates can choose from a variety of professions including a writer. Writing degree and certificate holders can expect to earn a yearly salary anywhere from $15,460 to $165,590, depending on factors such as previous work experience, job duties, or the exact job. On average, writers earn $53,076 per year.
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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- Bachelor of Arts in English - The University of Phoenix Online Bachelor of Arts in English program offers the fundamentals needed to fully understand the English language. Students learn rhetorical and classical literature as well as writing to strengthen their communication skills for jobs in English, teaching and writing. To graduate with an Online Bachelor of Arts in English, students must complete 120 credit hours in classes such as poetry, linguistics, literary masterpieces and technical writing.