What to say about this? I am sure that someday, the University of Florida will have an online master's program that's really worthy of spending serious money on. But for now, a master's degree in chemistry at most United States universities is free. They pay you, you don't pay them. While there are all sorts of things to be said about the hooks in the system, the chance to walk away from school free of student loans is valuable.
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Also, they're really overselling the employability of this degree. Would any hiring manager look at this degree as being equivalent to one having been done in the traditional fashion at Florida State or UGA or any equivalent public university? I doubt it.
Readers, I think I'm right, but maybe I'm wrong. What do you think?