We know more formal education generally equals career advancement and greater income. Yet many of us who want a graduate degree often don't try because the barriers seem impossible to overcome.
In June 2015, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) Department of Kinesiology Chair Dr. Sandy Shultz will receive her crowning achievement: induction into the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) Hall of Fame. Shultz is one of eight professionals selected nationally
Let's say you're in your 30s, married, with two kids, a bachelor's degree, and a job you're reasonably satisfied with. You know graduate school is time consuming, expensive, and often inconvenient. Even if you earn a graduate degree, there's no guarantee you'll get the job you want.So why should
Returning to college (whether online or face-to-face) to expand one’s knowledge is done for many reasons; it could be for personal satisfaction, career change, or career growth. No matter the reason, it’s important to review options to determine if another degree or a certificate is the best
There are many great reasons for returning to college or university as an adult. Some people are looking to expand their overall knowledge of a particular subject, some are looking to retain their current jobs in a work environment where a college degree wasn’t previously required and now is,
Online learning requires organization and self-discipline. You may have to fit study around work and family. You have to set your own schedule and make sure you get assignments in on time.
If you are enrolled in an asynchronous program there is no designated class time to prompt you to study