Fake college degree
Most employers will not accept degrees from degree mills. In some states, such as Oregon, it is illegal to use an unearned degree to get a job. Most people consider it unethical. There is a Senate investigation going on into government employees who listed unearned degrees on their résumés and applications.
You don?t gain anything with a fake degree. Most of all, you don?t gain what you wanted in the first place ? respect and knowledge. You will likely do more damage to your reputation with a fake degree than it is worth.
To determine if a fast online degree program is legitimate, consider these points
1.Assess the program. What are their requirements for graduation? How much credit do they give you for prior learning? What do they consider prior learning? Very few legitimate programs will grant you more than two years? credit for prior learning.
2.Investigate the school. Search for it on the internet and see what comes up. Evaluate their overall reputation. How well do their graduates do? Do their graduates get admitted to graduate schools?
3. Evaluate the faculty. What?s the student/faculty ratio? How many of the faculties are PhD?s? How many are Master?s? What have faculty members published?
4.Evaluate the school?s accreditation. You want to find a school that is accredited by a state approved accrediting board. You can go to the Council for Higher Education website at www.chea.org/institutions to check the accreditation of a college.
The best thing to do before signing up with any online university is to look around and do your research. You can easily find an accelerated online degree that is legitimate. Investigate the programs carefully, and you will find the program that is perfect for you.