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December 15 2017, 9:22PM PST

Nurses Need Continuing Education

Are you a working nurse looking to brush up on your knowledge or learn about the latest in innovations and technology? There are many continuing education courses available to nursing professionals today. Current nurses can supplement their education to either move ahead in their careers, or stay at the top of their game.

Nursing education provides the basic building blocks of medical, scientific, and nursing knowledge, but competence in the nursing profession requires an ongoing process of continuing education. [Read More]

More Students at Baker College Online

Have you ever thought about Baker College Online? -Their online programs have become increasingly more popular over the last several years.

Baker College Online numbers increased 10 percent this summer from the same time last year to more than 8,800 students, the school has announced.

The increase, according to a news release, includes students from nine Baker campuses statewide who either took courses 100 percent online, a mix of online and campus-based classes, and students who took campus-based classes with [Read More]

Cardean University Offers a Great Education

Are you looking to find the best online education? Cardean University offers students a high quality education in a wonderful learning environment.

What are Cardean Students saying?

"The Cardean course excelled in a number of important areas and was very good in others. The new Cardean promises a quality education"as long as you are up to the task. Anyone still under the impression that online learning is an easy alternative to traditional MBA programs is in for a rude [Read More]

Three New Programs from Cardean University

Cardean University has announced the addition of three new online programs. Students can now earn degrees in Information Management, Real Estate Management, and Behavioral Science.

The Master of Science in Information Management teaches students how to improve organizations through strategic use of information and information technology resources. The program helps students prepare for careers in managing information technology (IT), information systems, and technology resources.

The Bachelor's of Science in Real Estate Management provides students with the practical and theoretical background needed [Read More]

Start your Career in Education at AIU Online

Have you ever dreamed of becoming a teacher? That dream can become a reality with AIU Online School of Education. AIU offers its students real world tools to succeed in the world if education. They have industry current training coupled with the latest technology to turn graduates in to leaders in the world of education.

AIU Online is known for their Master of Education degree. Students earning this online degree can concentrate their studies in curriculum, instructional technology, or leadership [Read More]

Good News for Grads

The National Association of Colleges and Employers has predicted that the job market will hire 17.4 percent more new graduates this year. This will be good new to college graduates as the job opportunities will be plentiful.

That stress of finding work after school should be somewhat relieved this year. The NACE expects 2007 to be the best hiring period for new graduates in five years, according to its Job Outlook 2007 Fall Preview Survey.

According to the survey, [Read More]

Get Creative at the Arts Institute Online

Are you interested in an education in the creative arts? Are you looking for a top-notch education that you can complete on your schedule? - Then look no further than the Arts Institute Online.

The Arts Institute Online gives creative students the opportunity to earn their degree or college diploma while attending class anytime. There are many creative programs to choose from at the Arts Institute Online. You can earn your degree or diploma in programs like Digital Design, Advertising, and [Read More]

Can you Qualify for Federal Aid?

Back in 1990 the rules changed for students looking to qualify for financial aid - things havent gotten better since. The federal government has limited funding for students whose families have financial means, changing its guidelines for qualification as a dependant. These days to be qualified as a dependant, you must be over 24, a ward of the courts, married, or in graduate school.

That leaves you in a tough spot if you're officially "dependent," but your parents can't or [Read More]

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