Significance of Masters Degree

October 8, 2011 by  
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Significance of Masters Degree To earn a master's degree, you will typically require 1-3 years of graduate study or training. There are two basic types of masters degrees that are offered in the United States is Master of Arts and Master of Science. According to the U.S. office of Labor Statistics, master's degree holders earned an average of ,102 per week, almost 0 more than those with bachelor's degrees.   Benefits of Earning a Master's Degree A master's degree is a graduate Read more [...]

How to Choose an Online Degree Program

October 7, 2011 by  
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How to Choose an Online Degree Program According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics,1 a college degree holder earns an average of 0 more a week than someone who only has a high school diploma. However, due to financial constraints, familial responsibilities, and strict working hours, many people do not have the money, time, or ability to physically attend a traditional college. This is why online degrees are quickly gaining popularity—they work to provide the credentials, Read more [...]

Accelerated Bachelor Degree Program

October 3, 2011 by  
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2 90x90 Accelerated Bachelor Degree Program Accelerated Bachelor Degree Program There is a lot of desire among current working professionals to go back to college and finally complete a degree. However, there is a strong reluctance to make it happen because there is an impression that earning a bachelor's degree will require students to quit their jobs and go to classes five days a week for four consecutive years. Therefore, it appears that college programs require a lot of commitment.It appears like an ignorant take on the matter but Read more [...]

Traditional Universities Vs. Online Universities Ivana Irwin Case Study

October 1, 2011 by  
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Traditional Universities Vs. Online Universities Ivana Irwin Case Study Traditional Universities vs. Online Universities Ivana Irwin Case study  I recently enrolled in a online University as I pursue my PHD and the first week has been a bit of a let down. In a few ways I had to lower my expectations and allow myself to embrace this style of learning. Not going to an actual class has its benefits but I guess the more disappointing part for me has been all of the tedious Read more [...]

Is Your University Degree A Fake

September 3, 2011 by  
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Is Your University Degree A Fake Straits Times journalist from Singapore, Lim Yee Hung reported in a newspaper article that he received two university degrees last week. One is an associate degree in Criminal Justice and the other is a bachelor's degree in Journalism. It took him just one week to get both degrees. If university degrees are that easy to get, they are probably fake degrees. He went on to say in the report that he got the associate criminal justice degree Read more [...]

Online Degree Programs: The Key Benefits

July 16, 2011 by  
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Online Degree Programs: The Key Benefits Online degrees have made learning possible for anyone and everyone in various fields of education, which are available, online for 24 hrs and 7 days a week. People can gain access to complete accredited online degree programs and coursework without having to leave their office or homes. The online courses range from health, medicine, business, humanities, teaching, education, careers, trades etc. All that a person has to do is to select the Read more [...]

Earning Your Bachelor Degree Online

June 14, 2011 by  
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Earning Your Bachelor Degree Online Getting a bachelor's or master's degree may seem an insurmountable obstacle when you're working a 40-hour week. But many Americans who have work, family and financial obligations that keep them from quitting their jobs to attend a traditional college or university full time have succeeded in finding a new way to meet their education goals and advance their careers.Called distance learning, it's an approach that's taking the country - and especially Read more [...]

Is Your University Degree A Fake

June 2, 2011 by  
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Is Your University Degree A Fake Straits Times journalist from Singapore, Lim Yee Hung reported in a newspaper article that he received two university degrees last week. One is an associate degree in Criminal Justice and the other is a bachelor's degree in Journalism. It took him just one week to get both degrees. If university degrees are that easy to get, they are probably fake degrees. He went on to say in the report that he got the associate criminal justice degree from Belford Read more [...]

Levels Of Online Degrees

May 9, 2011 by  
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Levels Of Online Degrees Did you know that in the fourth quarter of 2008, the weekly median income of one with just a high school diploma was only 9 per week?  Well, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Usual Weekly Earnings of Wage and Salary Workers Report for the fourth quarter of 2008, this is just the case.  Getting that A.A., A.S., B.A. or B.S can increase your earnings and to make it even sweeter, you can do this all online in the form of online degrees. A.A. and Read more [...]