A bachelor's degree can benefit you in the work force by letting you find a job you love, helping you to get hired, boosting your salary and earning you respect.
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How Your Bachelor’s Degree Can Benefit You in the Work Force

August 27th, 2015 by

Online DegreeA bachelor’s degree is the certification that you have completed a college program of approximately 120 credits in a specific subject, or major. A bachelor’s degree can take students an average of four years to complete, over eight semesters, which is one reason that some individuals don’t feel that it is worth it.[...] 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...

UMES Appoints New Head Of Online Education

February 27th, 2014 by

The University of Maryland East Shore has appointed Dr. Kristine Anderson to lead an aggressive expansion plan to provide online tuition to students who are looking for a distance-education alternative. Dr. Anderson was previously employed by the Pennsylvania-based Mount Aloysius College, where she was in charge of the institution’s distance and online education office. Before that, she was involved in federal distance education research for the United States military.[...] Read More...