I've been looking into over a year. somewhat half assed, but ready to jump into it for real. I was probably going to look at something in health like Master's of Public Health Administration or Epidemiology, and maybe from there see if Med school is an option I'd like to consider. I want to do it all online because at this point I can't put my life on pause to be a student again, and there are plenty of real schools (I prefer to use a school with a campus and not a Devry type, no disrespect to them or those who use them) who offer options. Ideally, I pick a good program like University fo Alabama's or USC Kyke School of Medicine offers it, and I make a trip out to the campus every month still just to see the labs, facilities, meet professors, etc. and be more immersed in it than I was in undergrad where I admittedly just did enough to get my paper and be out of there.
The degrees are the same as traditional students, doesn't say "online" on it or regarded any lesser, in fact you are literally just like any other student except for the delivery of the materials so I could even go to football game, go play ball at the gym or something.
Anyways, has anyone done a full Master's degree track all online? What did you think? Also, how did you pay for it? Right now, University of Alabama is the cheapest at only $314hr, George Washington, Grambling St, and Arizona where all $750/hr, Arizona was like $900/hr I think (but that lady damn near hung up on me when I told her my undergrad GPA), USC was $1700/hr, and New York University was $17,000 a semester