Villanova University and the Boston University Corporate Education Center are the two schools I'm looking at. The courses are all online, which from my point of view makes things vastly easier as I won't have to juggle work and classes. But would it be worth it to get yet another piece of paper? With the past year's vast underemployment, my family savings are, literally, gone, so I don't have money saved for this sort of thing. On the other hand, I might be able to actually get a job in construction project management if I do?
Has anyone out there actually taken a class like this? Is it worth the money? Here's the Villanova course outline:
Overview:Any input would be greatly apprecited, as I'd hate to actually scrounge up the money to pay for this only to find out that it's not worth the dollars.
Possible 4th class: