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I can't give any opinion on it because I've never taken any of the
But Mercer University in Atlanta offers a fully-online MS in technical
You work on four modules -- completing each module earns you a
completing all four earns you the MS. I didn't follow up because, from
Canadian perspective, US tuitions are out of reach. But the modules and
proposed courses sounded interesting.
Sorry I no longer have the URL, but a simple search should turn it up.