Tag: graduate 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

Grad vs. Undergrad STEM Programs: Top 4 Differences

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Senior Director of Graduate Enrollment Management and Admissions, NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering

STEM graduate study can come as a shock compared to undergraduate-level work. Check out these four key differences so you don't have to learn the hard way. read more

7 Things to Do Before Applying to Grad School

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Graduate Student, Lewis & Clark College

The decision to apply to grad school isn't one to be made lightly. It's important to explore your options and ask yourself some serious questions before you dive in. read more

10 Excellent Graduate Degrees for Engineers

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Freelance Writer

If you're interested in becoming an engineer, a graduate program just might put you on track to work in the best field for your interests and strengths. read more

6 Grad School Networking Tips (That Won't Make You Feel Ridiculously Awkward)

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Freelance Writer

For some people, networking sounds about as fun as a root canal. But with a little effort, you can make some incredibly valuable connections. read more

7 Essential Grad School Tips from a Professional Career Consultant

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Workplace Consultant, Principle, Steve Langerud & Associates, LLC

Balancing grad school and your personal and professional lives can be a challenge, but you can take certain steps to make it work. Here, a professional career consultant weighs in. read more

5 Reasons to Pursue a Continuing Education Program

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Freelance Writer

Extension schools offer perks like online options and flexibility, but sometimes they get a bad rap. Here's why you should consider this graduate school path. read more

How Do Master's and Doctoral Programs Differ?

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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