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December 17 2017, 3:21PM PST

Business and Health Care in One Degree

The health care industry is hot, but you want to earn your business major online. There are many exciting areas to pursue in the business world, and Capella University had found a way to parlay these two markets in to one degree. Capella University recently announced that it will be adding a new program in their Bachelor of Science in Business online degree program, with a Health Care Management specialization.

"Aspiring health care administrators must often choose between a [Read More]

No Degree for These Top Execs

Thinking that getting your business degree or MBA is the only way to be rich? For most of us, having a solid college education is the smartest way to become success in our world. But that doesn't mean that having a business degree or MBA is the only way to go. Several of the wealthiest people on the fortune 500 don't have a college degree, let alone an MBA

The thousands of wait-listed would-be MBAs who [Read More]

Stanford Announces New Dean for Business School

A global economy is international economic activity which includes the world-wide integration of markets for goods, services, labor, and capital. People who earn their business degree or MBA can become key players in many different markets around the world. Schools like Stanford are making strides in education for business students, and the appointment of a new dean at Stanford's Graduate School of Business is just a start.

The new dean of Stanford's Graduate School of Business is Garth [Read More]

Medical Degrees for Military Spouses

Spouses of military personnel are often left behind to keep the home and family running while a parent is away for many months at a time. This often leaves the stay at home half with little no opportunity to work or go back to school because of time and financial restraints. The Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA), which is an education funding program, has teamed up with a health care education company to help train spouses who [Read More]

National Pharmacy Technician Association Offers Certificate Programs

Have you ever wanted to work in a pharmacy, but don't want to spend years in school? There are certificate programs available to students who specifically want to work in a retail pharmacy environment. Theses program often require less time than even associates degree programs.

The National Pharmacy Technician Association (NPTA) announced today the launch of the Official NPTA Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program���, a comprehensive online training program. The new program is designed to meet [Read More]

Delaware Gets Funding for Criminal Justice

Criminal justice majors are in demand as our country is continually trying to keep up with states need for improved crime control. The state of Delaware announced that it had received funds from the recovery act to help fund necessary program in the state.

More than $6.6 million in funding for the CJC is being made available through the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program. This federal grant was first announced by Attorney General Eric Holder in [Read More]

Associates Degree Can Help You In the Job Market

The Job market is a hot topic with our uncertain economy. Those who are lacking a higher education will most likely lose job opportunities to those who have earned at least some form of education beyond high school. Though earning a four year bachelors degree is not for everyone, earning your associates degree is a solid way to start entering the job market.

For those who entered the workforce directly from high school, an associate's degree [Read More]

PhD Programs: Funding For Science Fellowships is Needed

New York State is looking for scientists. The Yeshiva University of medical science is seeing a lack of students who want to earn their PhD degree to become scientists. Many students don't even consider the degree due to the expense and lack of funding for fellowships.

The Obama administration has called for tripling the number of science fellowships in graduate education in the 2010 budget to draw more students into the field.

Only 1 in 10 applicants get [Read More]

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