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December 17 2017, 3:18PM PST

Top 20 Foreign Language Learning Tools & Resources

Learning a new language is always helpful, even if you don't need that skill in the immediate future. While English is the de facto standard when it comes to communicating with people around the world, the importance of other widely spoken languages like French, Spanish etc cannot be undermined.

Gone are the days when learning a new language was a big hassle. In this information age, you could start learning it on the internet and could even master it if you are [Read More]

Undergrad Marketing Schools

Business degrees are popular for undergraduate students going in to college. On degree in business school that is also popular is marketing. With a marketing bachelors degree you will learn concepts that are designed to create a customer base, and how to keep the customer and to satisfy the customer. With the customer as the focus of its activities, it can be concluded that marketing management is one of the major components of business management.

List of Undergraduate Marketing Schools:

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Female Students Still Outnumber Male Students

College campuses have long noticed a larger female student body than the guys. Not only have the ladies outnumbered the guys, the have also out performed them. A current study released this week shows that the gap between male and female students has stopped getting bigger. They are also evening out in enrollment in bachelor's degree programs.

One notable exception is young Hispanic men - especially new immigrants - who are falling further behind Hispanic women.

Men account for 43 percent of [Read More]

Undergrad Business Schools

Earning your bachelors degree in business might not seem like the best idea during and economic downturn, but some schools have students getting jobs upon graduation. Business week is ranking those schools by whether or not students were able to get jobs upon graduation. Some schools fared better than others.

1. McIntire School of Commerce - University of Virginia - The McIntire School of Commerce is regarded as one of the nation's finest business schools, offering world-class programs at both [Read More]

Top Civil Engineering Schools

Civil engineers design things. They often build roads, tunnels and bridges, as well as sewer systems, water ways, and dams. They must consider many factors in their designs, from the costs to making sure the structure will stay intact during bad weather, erosion or earthquakes. This is one of the oldest types of engineering, with military engineering being the oldest.

There are a lot of great engineering schools across the country, but for your undergraduate work, which schools are the best options [Read More]

Top 10 Nursing Grad Schools

Nursing is a rewarding career that can earn you a big salary while you help people. Nurses with advanced degrees are in demand and projected to have major job growth over the next decade. Earning your advanced nursing degree or RN to MSN degree can give you the training you need to become a high level nursing professional.

US News ranks the top 10 graduate schools for graduate nursing degrees.

1. University of Washington

2. University of California--San Francisco

3. University [Read More]

Grad School Payoff

Going to graduate school and earning your masters degree or PhD is a big decision to make after you graduate with your bachelors degree. US news and world report posted some information on having a graduate degree.

Those who finish their grad degrees also tend to earn bigger paychecks. The average worker with a college degree earns about $42,000 a year. Master's degree recipients earn an average of $52,000. Ph.D.'s earn an average of about [Read More]

Top Healthcare Management Schools

Health care is a large growth field, and in that, so is health care management. This area is the field relating to leadership, management, and administration of hospitals, and health care systems. Earning a bachelors degree in health care management will only get you started in this field, as a graduate degree is considered a standard credential for most health administrators. A master's degree in health care management prepares you for high level jobs in areas such as [Read More]

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