You prospective MBAs who do not want to quit your jobs to get your degree, take notice: Colorado Technical University has just been ranked among the top 10 online MBA programs by CEO Magazine. These rankings, based on student-to-faculty ratio, quality of faculty, class sizes, and diversity, are meant to set apart certain schools for… Read More

Are you considering an online degree in teaching?  Whether it’s a Bachelor’s or Master’s you may be wondering which online colleges and universities offer the best of the best.   There is one university in particular you may be interested in learning about.  Have you heard of Western Governors University?    It is an accredited American University… Read More

Picture of the "Belhaven College Stone Sign" on the campus of Belhaven University

As the demand continues to grow for more online courses at universities and colleges across the U.S., more and more institutions of higher learning are taking action by starting online degree programs or expanding the ones that are already in place.  And one of those institutions taking action is Belhaven University. In an effort to reach more students, Belhaven has… Read More

Studying Online Several studies and surveys have been conducted recently asking students and prospective students why they would choose to study online. Over 5.6 million students now study online, with a 19% enrollment increase in the past six years. That might not seem like much, but compared to traditional education whose growth was a mere… Read More

  California Baptist University (CBU) has recently expanded accessibility to its Master of Public Administration degree program. The University’s Online and Professional Studies division now offers the MPA degree program with courses online or in a hybrid (combination ground and online) format. These new formats are designed to meet the needs of working traditional and… Read More

In an age of changing technological tools, an economic recession and intense competition in the job market, the mainstream higher education system is bound to see change in the near future, and one Scottish university principal says the change can and should be made now. Scottish university principal James Fraser recently said he thinks it… Read More

The Georgia Southern University School of Nursing recently announced that it was awarded nearly $800,000 in grants, which are intended to help address the nationwide shortage of nursing faculty, reports the school's website. Officials told on the website that the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration awarded the college with a three-year grant for $792,000… Read More

According to The Post and Courier, Charleston Southern University will begin offering new online programs beginning next year. Officials told the news source that the school will be offering a bachelors degree in project management and a masters degree in applied management in the spring 2012 semester. Furthermore, four-year degrees in healthcare management, hospitality management… Read More