You would be hard-pressed to find a business degree-seeker who has not thought about how much money they might be making after graduation. Sort of like how English students dream about the Pulitzer-winner they’re going to write. With the fluctuations in the economy of the last five years, salaries for business degree-earners have had their… Read More


Education degrees are not as one-dimensional as they used to be. What used to be one degree designed to prepare students to lead classrooms of their own has now blossomed into a vast field with multiple levels and specializations. Some education degrees, especially at the bachelor’s degree level, are the more traditional sort. But others… Read More


Online courses are moving in. But that doesn’t mean traditional courses aren’t in your future. If you look at the news, online courses are well on their way to world domination. According to the 2012 study by the Sloan Consortium, which has been following trends in online courses since 2003, 32 percent of all higher… Read More


Nowadays, the prolonged recession and subsequent shortage of jobs has led many to gripe about how bachelors degrees must not be as valuable as they used to be. Some even wonder if bachelors degrees are so common that they’ve become devalued, diluted, and now occupy the spot that was once reserved for high school diplomas.… Read More


For any working person who has not earned a bachelors degree yet, there comes a moment when they realize that-with the exception of a few career fields-their upward movement and promotions have started to slow down, dry up, or run out altogether. Although many fields don’t experience this as much, most of them do. Call… Read More