You may wonder if a future employer will take your online degree seriously. The truth is, many employers know more about online degrees than they used to. In fact, for many employers, earning a degree online while working demonstrates many of the skills they are looking for.
A teenager had dreams for her future until her family members were forced into labor camps. Some she would never see again. She was sent to Auschwitz.
How did she and others like her survive a tragedy like the Holocaust?
Not all online degrees are created equal. With so many programs available, finding the right one can be overwhelming. How do you find a quality program among so many options?
If an online degree sounds too good to be true, how do you know for certain? With so many online programs available, you can find a reputable one if you know what to look for.
According to U.S. News & World Report, prospective students looking for quality education should watch out for red flags.
Kristi Johnson doesn’t consider herself the traditional kinesiology student. She’s in her third year of the online Doctor of Education in Kinesiology (EdD) at UNC Greensboro, but as a director of dance, her background is in a field that typically aligns itself with theater and music.
When Samira Khan began an online graduate degree program at UNC Greensboro, she wasn’t sure what to expect of online learning.
She soon found she was part of an online community where she never felt alone.
This past summer, Noor Ghazi traveled to Mosul, Iraq, to see firsthand the effects of ISIS in her home country.
Ghazi says the experience she had in the online Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies (BLS) at UNC Greensboro helped shape the idea for the trip