September 30, 2010 | Adam Sorensen | Leave a comment Due to the convenience and flexibility of web-based learning, many colleges are increasing their online offerings in order to ensure that their students’ needs are met. Remington College is one of these institutions, as the online school recently announced that several of its internet-based degree programs are now accepting enrollees. Students may choose to pursue either associate’s or bachelor’s degrees in various fields. Two-year degree programs are available in criminal justice or paralegal studies, while bachelor’s candidates may choose to complete business administration, criminal justice or organizational management courses. Business students may choose to specialize in accounting, general business, management, marketing or human resources. School officials said that its web-based offerings are intended to enable enrollees to keep up with their family or professional obligations while they chase their educational and career goals. Individuals who choose to pursue similar courses of study are likely to have round-the-clock access to their curriculum, syllabi, school policy information and calendars as well as discussion boards. Because these programs typically require students to take exams and turn in their assignments online, enrollees can study from anywhere they can find an internet connection.