Advance Your Career With an Online Masters in Leadership in Educational Administration

May 10th, 2013 by

Working as a classroom teacher can be an incredibly rewarding and satisfying career. In fact, many classroom teachers enjoy what they do so much that they continue to work with students until retirement. However, it is important that teachers understand that there are other options out there. Not everyone who works in education has to be a classroom teacher, and there are dozens of options for those who have the right credentials. In order to secure many of the top positions in the field of education, you will need to have an advanced degree like the Masters in Leadership in Educational Administration. Here is some of the most helpful information about this degree and who is eligible to earn it.[...] Read More...

Advance Your Teaching Career With an Online Graduate Certificate

October 9th, 2012 by

Online Teaching CertificatesEducation is a very competitive field, and one that requires a number of advanced qualifications. Although in recent years it was enough to have just a bachelor’s degree to work in most schools, teachers at even the elementary or high school level are now expected to have master’s degrees or graduate certificates in order to stay competitive.[...] Read More...

Further Your Career With a Master’s in Information Technology Leadership

July 27th, 2012 by

Information TechnologyThe field of information technology is one that is constantly growing and changing, so even those individuals with existing informational technology jobs may find themselves being passed over for promotions or salary increases because they lack a master’s degree in the field. Heading back to school to earn a master’s degree will show employers that you are serious, dedicated, motivated and ready to take on new challenges. It will also teach you more about the current advances in information technology and how to apply them to your existing workplace.[...] Read More...

Go Beyond the Classroom with a Master’s Degree in Higher Education

April 16th, 2012 by

Many teachers work for years in their classrooms at the elementary, middle school, high school or collegiate level and find fulfillment in what they do. Others, however, want to make a different outside of just their own classroom.[...] Read More...