Sometimes we forget just how much technology has transformed over the last 20 years, especially in the way we get information about and communicate with the world. Twenty years ago, most people made calls on land lines, many used pagers to receive messages on the go, and only the wealthy had actual mobile phones. Today,… Read More

Student loan debt has ticked past $862 billion, according to FinAid, a college resource site. As tuition continues to rise for traditional colleges, more individuals are looking toward online programs to earn an degree. Online colleges now offer degrees and certificates in a number of fields for students who are looking for an alternative to… Read More

Online colleges have become a go-to option for not only working professionals, but stay-at-home moms and military officials who are looking to earn a degree. Traditional colleges lack many of the options that internet-based schools have to offer. Flexible class schedules enable individuals to study from the comfort of their own homes or wherever they… Read More

The University of Maryland has established three cybersecurity degree programs to help alleviate the Homeland Security Department’s need for professionals in this field, reports DefenseSystems. Currently, the bachelor’s degree program in cybersecurity requires 120 credits, including 33 credits of major specific coursework. The curriculum is offered completely online or in a hybrid format. Furthermore, master’s… Read More

Online colleges have grown in popularity among working adults who are looking to finish their education. Flexible class schedules offered by online schools have been a primary reason for their recent success. This week, Ellis College of the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) was recognized for its accomplished online degree program by Global Academy… Read More

Kauffman FastTrac and Kaplan University are teaming together to offer course specializations for the school’s master’s degrees in information technology (IT) and business administration. The specializations are designed for those individuals who are currently enrolled in the MBA and IT degree programs. Furthermore, the existing business programs will now include classes in small business administration… Read More

Information technology (IT) and healthcare are two of today’s fastest-growing career fields. As a result, many campus-based and online schools are increasing their offerings in these subjects in an effort to help degree seekers launch successful careers quickly. In fact, some colleges are creating new degree programs that can prepare students to enter either of… Read More