Chesapeake, VA, May 16, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- In celebration of its ninth year online, Baker's Guide to Christian Distance Education relaunched its web site with new content and features. Bakersguide.com features an expanded directory of quality schools and degree programs for online learners.
Without some type of assistance, the thought of enrolling in an online degree program can be as overwhelming as building one’s own computer. The sheer number of schools, programs, and delivery options can be dizzying and there are additional issues such as accreditation that must be considered when selecting a college-level program. Accordingly, the updated Baker's Guide to Christian Distance Education website is designed to inform consumers about quality accredited Christian distance education and online learning programs and assist prospective students find a suitable Christian distance education program which meets their needs.
Revisions to the site include a new Christian Distance Learning Degree and Program Directory featuring over 450 online schools, colleges, universities, seminaries, and degrees listed ranging from virtual K-12 schools through accredited bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees as well as a growing number of theology degree programs offered by international universities. Student advising is available to introduce the reader to the many Christian distance learning opportunities available and provide consultation to determine whether online learning is a good fit, selecting a suitable program, and succeeding as an online learner.
Baker's Guide began in 1997 as an online listing of accredited Christian universities offering distance learning programs and has grown into the leading free online resource in the field. The relaunch of the Bakersguide.com site represents a significant increase in online content and positions the site for growth and new features.