There are many accredited colleges and universities that offer online master programs along with other types of degrees.
Is it worth getting a masters degree, you already have a bachelors degree and have a job, so the decision is entire up to you. A masters degree does not ensure financial success in todays business world, but it is still considered a sound investment in many competitive job fields and does look impressive on a resume.
If you do decide that a masters degree is worth pursuing, or at least investigating, consider looking into obtaining an online degree versus a traditional degree. With a traditional degree you must adjust your life schedule and perhaps your work schedule to sit in a classroom at a designated date and time, take your valuable time and expense to travel to and from college to attend class, and miss out on spending time with your family while doing so.
That is a benefit of obtaining a masters degree, or any other type of degree for that matter. As mentioned above, several colleges and universities off such a program and it is well worth your time to investigate to see if this program would work for you. Visit various college and university websites to learn about their online masters degree program, talk with admission officers and/or advisors to get any questions you have answered. Remember a great thing about looking for a college that you will be attending online is you do not have to worry about geographical location because you will doing your homework, studying, and test taking from the comfort of your own home or office instead of driving to a campus in all types of inclement weather, paying for parking, and risking life and limb to walk across campus late in the evening.
Before you make the decision to attend college, whether it is online or traditional, there are many things you need to consider. Of course, financial means is a major consideration. Online colleges, like traditional colleges, have financial aid programs. Grants apply to online colleges same as traditional colleges. Also, check with your employer, some employers offer tuition reimbursement assistance.
Just as traditional college is not for everyone, online college is not for everyone either. You already have your bachelors degree so you know what college classrooms and college studies are like. Now, you need to decide of online college is for you.
Some advantages of attending an online masters degree program:
Geographical location is not a factor
Set your own time schedule for performing class work (within reason)
Overall accessibility and convenience
More of a customized learning environment
Savings in time since travel time to and from college is not a factor
Some disadvantages of attending an online masters degree program:
Lack of face-to-face interaction, communication with professors and classmates will be via chat rooms and email
Must have discipline and time management skills to complete class work
Some employers still question the validity of online degrees
The masters degree programs are out there waiting for you to attend both in the traditional and online formats it is your decision to make.