Never eat alone.
Good advice (if a bit random), but that's also the title of a great book.
The main premise of Never Eat Alone (written by Keith Ferrazzi) is that what separates highly successful people from everyone else is how they use the power of relationships — so that everyone wins.
With that in mind, one of the biggest secondary benefits of getting an education is all about your peers and the connections you make with them.
So - if you take a course (or two or twenty) online - are you missing out on the social connection?
The simple answer - nope.
The next question - how do you make that connection in an online course?