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Hi

I work in television at the moment, without a degree of any kind, and am interested in getting a degree in finance (hopefully focusing on investing). so it would be a bachelor's of finance or finance/economics i'd be interested in.

The only way I could pay for school is to keep working and television hours are insane so I'm wondering if there are some online programs that are actually legit ways to get a finance degree.

I'm wary of some of them. I've read mixed things about others. I just filled out a form on openeducation.org and got recommended these three.

http://www.post.edu/online/studentsay.shtml
http://www.gcu.edu/
http://portal.kaplan.edu/
http://www.devry.edu/

Does anybody know anything about any of these? Are there other avenues I can pursue? I only have a GED and trade school for film/tv under my belt so I'd have to start from zero on the Bachelor program.

I can't afford the time or to not work and go to school on a physical campus so any recommendations or insight would be really helpful to me.

Thank you!
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