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The East Palo Alto Working Scholars has been formally endorsed by the city government of East Palo Alto and is launching on August 24th. The program provides individuals who live or work in East Palo Alto a special opportunity to complete a bachelor's degree for no cost and in a flexible online learning format that fits into the busy life of a working adult.
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Gilroy Working Scholars, sponsored by the Gilroy Chamber of Commerce, is providing anyone who lives or works in Gilroy a special opportunity to complete a bachelor's degree for no cost and in a flexible online learning format that fits into the busy life of a working adult.
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Standard tuition for a 4-year bachelor's degree in business from Thomas Edison State University costs $37,806 for California residents. Our goal is for Mountain View participants to earn their degree with all of the costs covered by Study.com and scholarships.
Mountain View Working Scholars is providing anyone who lives or works in Mountain View a special opportunity to complete a bachelor's degree for no cost and in a flexible online learning format that fits into the busy life of a working adult.
This degree plan is an example of the courses you'll take as you use Study.com to earn your Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Thomas Edison State University through the Mountain View Working Scholars program.