Do Teachers Benefit From Having a Master’s Degree?

May 28th, 2015 by

Professor With Students In Computer ClassAlthough some schools require teachers to have taken graduate level courses, you certainly don’t have to earn a master’s degree in order to become a teacher. In fact, many fantastic teachers in all types of subjects at the elementary, middle and high school level have successful careers without ever needing to complete their master’s degree in education or any other subject. That is not to say, however, that teachers won’t benefit from doing so.[...] Read More...

Why Earning Your Bachelor’s Degree in General Studies and Humanities Can Be Beneficial

May 7th, 2015 by

Young Online Student On ComputerNot every student has a specific timeline for the future. While you might know that you want to earn a college degree in order to take advantage of more career opportunities and greater earning potential, you may not have your heart set on a specific major or even a particular profession just yet.[...] Read More...

6 Reasons to Pursue Your Master’s Degree Online

March 24th, 2015 by

Online StudentEarning a master’s degree is a great way to get ahead in your career. Whether you recently earned your undergraduate degree and you want to get on the fast track toward better jobs or you have been in the same position for 20 years and you are ready for promotion, a master’s degree is one way to help.[...] Read More...

What’s in Your Future – A Job or a Career?

November 18th, 2014 by

Pretty College GraduateEven though you have to work at both, a job and a career are two separate entities.  There are major differences between the two kinds of employment. A job tends to refer to something less permanent as well as something that requires less training. A career, on the other hand, is a trajectory that you can follow, and the goal at the end is success in a particular field, an impressive salary and fulfillment.[...] Read More...

Take Your Associate Degree up a Notch by Earning a Bachelor’s Degree

May 8th, 2014 by

Online Student in PinkAlmost everyone understands, inherently, that there is tremendous value associated with a college degree. While there are always exceptions to the rule, most individuals in the United States will see their income increase along with their education. While a high school diploma is the first step, a college education is always better. While an undergraduate degree can help you get your foot in the door, a master’s will make you eligible for the top positions in the field.[...] Read More...

Pursue an Online Degree for a Career in Engineering

September 6th, 2012 by

EngineeringEngineering is a large field, and it is one that can be very interesting to those who enjoy science. In essence, engineering is the application of scientific and mathematical principles to the physical production of items as diverse as chemicals, buildings and ships. Since there are so many different areas of engineering to pursue, it can be hard to choose just one area that suits you best. However, most engineering applicants have an idea about what kind of engineering they plan to study.[...] Read More...

Find Out Where You Can Get the Most Affordable Education

May 22nd, 2012 by

Retired Professor, Dr. Gary North, talks about 7 ways to earn a college degree without going broke.[...] Read More...