If you're looking to advance professionally by continuing your education, but you can't afford to pause your career, you've probably considered distance learning.
So you probably also know that not all online courses and degrees are created equal. As we noted last week, quality of instruction is an important factor when evaluating online course and degree programs.
MU is a highly regarded and accredited university, with some of the nation's leading scholars. Those same professors teach MU distance learners as well as on-campus students, which explains why so many working professionals enroll in online courses and programs at Mizzou.
Among our many award-winning instructors who teach online are two new recipients of Mizzou Alumni Association (MAA) awards.
Barbara Reys received the Distinguished Faculty Award, the highest honor the MAA presents to faculty members. The award recognizes Reys' sustained efforts in teaching, research and service, and places special emphasis on her relationships with students.
Reys is Curators Professor at the College of Education's Department of Learning, Teaching and Curriculum. There she co-directs the elementary mathematics specialist graduate certificate online program.
Marjorie R. Sable received an MAA Faculty-Alumni Award, which recognizes her work as a teacher and researcher as well as her relationship with students.
Sable is the director of the School of Social Work, where she is instrumental in the graduate certificate in military social work, among others. Social work professionals can access the school's online master's degree while still working full-time.
Want to advance your career in social work or education? Interested in studying under leading scholars like Sable and Reys? Speak to a Mizzou Online recruitment adviser today. Call us at 1-800-609-3727 or send an email to MizzouOnline@missouri.edu.
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