Tag: doctoral degrees

Choosing the Right Graduate Degree for Your Goals

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Editorial Assistant, Carnegie Dartlet

Know you want to continue your studies post-grad, but not sure how? Read on to learn about the advantages of each type of graduate degree. read more

U.S. Graduate School Help for International Students

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Executive Director of Enrollment; Director of International Students and Scholars; Queens College, City University of New York

Are you an international student considering a graduate degree in the United States? You're in good company...and you're about to get an inside look at how to achieve your goal. read more

Professions That Require a Master's Degree

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Freelance Writer

In the current job market, some shy away from pursuing a master's or doctorate. And not so surprisingly--it costs a lot of money and time! But what if you didn't have a choice? read more

What should I do if I'm not happy with my career choice?

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When educators talk about "lifelong learning," this is exactly what we mean! If you want a second bachelor's degree, at least you'll likely have completed some of the basic core curriculum course work through your previous degree. read more

Preparing for Medical School

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Founding Dean, College of Allied Health, California Baptist University

The medical school application process can be challenging, exciting, invigorating, and, at times, frustrating. The more you know about the process, the better off you will be. read more

How does the financial aid process differ for grad and undergrad students?

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Vice President and Dean of Admissions, Quinnipiac University

The financial aid process for undergraduate students centers around two forms: the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and the College Scholarship Service (CSS) PROFILE. read more

What are some of the differences between master's and doctoral programs?

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Vice President and Dean of Admissions, Quinnipiac University

Whether you will apply for a master's or a doctoral program depends upon the career path that you want and what you hope to do with the degree. read more