Allied Business Schools, Inc. is a nationwide distance education school with a history of successfully providing students with
exceptional career training and education. In more than
20 years, over 1 million enrollments achieved their career goals. There are tens of thousands
of testimonials from students that have had positive experiences
with Allied Schools. Click here to learn more about Allied Business Schools, Inc.
Yes. Allied Business Schools, Inc. is nationally accredited by the Distance Education and Accrediting Commission (DEAC). The Distance Education and Accrediting Commission is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally-recognized accrediting agency.
As defined by the DEAC, accreditation, "assures students that the institution operates on a sound financial basis, has an approved program of study, qualified instructors, adequate facilities and equipment, approved recruitment and admissions policies, and advertises its courses truthfully."
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Allied offers comprehensive real estate and medical to prepare students for long-term careers in fields that offer positive growth and career opportunities. There are 25+ career training courses available to help you build a solid career.
You can become a licensed real estate professional (salesperson, broker, appraiser) or build a career as a home inspector or property manager. Start a flexible and long-term career as a medical billing specialist, medical coding specialist or medical administrative assistant.
Allied Business Schools, Inc. offers convenient payment plans to help you get started with your medcial career training. You can enroll in a program with a small down payment, as low as $98, and make up to 12 affordable monthly payments with interest-free payment plan options. This payment option is available with the medical coding, medical billing, pharmacy technician, medical administrative assisting and medical assisting programs. Preparing for a new career is affordable and budget-friendly when you partner with Allied.
The Distance Education and Accrediting Commission (DEAC) is the recognized accrediting body for schools that offer degrees and diplomas largely or entirely through distance learning. It is a non-profit accreditation agency recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education.
The DEAC has been the standard-setting agency for distance education institutions since it was established in 1926. Its purpose is, "to foster and preserve high quality, educationally sound and widely accepted distance education and independent learning institutions."
Distance education is a win-win situation. Not only do you get a quality education, but you can complete the course in a flexible, convenient and self-paced manner. You have all of the benefits of a traditional classroom – teacher/student interaction, relevant course material, live student support – with the added benefits of learning from home. Prepare for your career without the hassles of parking, babysitting, extra gas, etc.
Below is a list of just some of the differences:
A classroom course does not let you be in charge of your education. Allied’s distance education options let you choose where, when and how to learn.
Allied provides two convenient ways to complete a distance education course: traditional correspondence and online. With Allied’s correspondence course, you receive all your course materials through the mail. If you enroll in an online course, you receive the same materials, but have the added benefit of completing all assignments and exams online. (Please note that some courses are 100% online and have all of the materials, assignments and exams available only through your computer.)
Once you receive your materials, you have up to one year to complete the course, working at your own pace and completing assignments and exams when you choose. Upon completion of your course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion.
You receive the same education in the online and traditional correspondence courses; however, the online course provides students with a few added benefits that include:
One of the biggest advantages you will find at Allied is one-on-one support. If you need assistance for any reason throughout your course, you can contact a representative during regular business hours and receive live student support. We will answer any of your course questions, assist with technical issues, and more. Help is only a phone call, e-mail or fax away!
Yes. Allied has open enrollment which means that you can enroll in one of the career training courses at any time. There are quality distance education courses available to suit any of your educational needs. Get started today and be one step closer to your new career!
Some of Allied’s courses do require a proctor. Please call 1-888-501-7686 to learn which courses have a proctor requirement.