Tag: master's degree

Grad School Student Stories: Danielle Dulchinos, MEd

by

Wondering what pursuing an MEd in Instructional Design might be like? One current student shares her story. read more

Five Tips for Picking the Right Business College for Your M.B.A.

by
Freelance Writer

Getting your M.B.A. will help you develop a strong foundation of business knowledge. Of course, it is a huge investment of both money and time, so you want to be sure that you choose a college that best supports your career goals. read more

Should I take time off before graduate school?

by

Getting into graduate school is not easy, but paying for it can be even more of a challenge. Because graduate school is so expensive, you should have some idea of what you hope to gain from the investment of time and money you're making. read more

What are dual degree programs?

by

Dual degree programs allow students to enter a seamless course of study, taking them from an undergraduate to a graduate degree, such as a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and a Master of Business Administration. read more

Nursing Degree Breakdown

by
Former Public Relations Intern, Utica College

When people walk into a hospital, chances are staff nurses will greet them. But the men and women you encounter at the hospital are just the beginning. read more

Study Skills for Grad Students

by

Before you begin your graduate education, make sure that you have the skills that studying on an entirely different level demand. read more

Synthetic Biology Unleashes Possibilities of Printing Blood Vessels and Bones

by
Data Entry Specialist, Carnegie Communications

Synthetic biology is a relatively new area of biological research, combining science and engineering, that focuses on the design and construction of new biological functions and systems not found in nature. Recently, we have seen breakthroughs in this field that will have a massive impact on health care and medicine. If you are as excited about these developments as I am, you must be wondering how you can jump into this field! read more

Interview Series: Q&A with Saxophone player, Hart Linker

by
Assistant Editor

Today, Hart says you can find him jump-starting his career by recording his first solo album. He will be going on tour in 2012 with the help of some corporate sponsorships. While Hart is not recording, he is influencing the lives of future musicians and saxophonists by teaching private music lessons at Carere Music, Inc. located in Atlanta, Georgia. read more

Master's vs Ph.D.

by

You know you want an advanced degree, but just how advanced? Keep reading to discover the key differences between master's and doctoral degrees. read more