There are plenty of good reasons to earn your Doctor of Business Administration (DBA). Perhaps yours is one (or more) of these: Personal fulfillment Knowledge growth Network expansion Credentials recognition Professional contribution None, however, is more important than helping you go further and deeper in your chosen career. So, you’ll want to be sure that […]

If there’s one degree that covers the gamut of business, social sciences, humanities, communication, digital and technology, it’s marketing. Marketing offers a hot job market for qualified graduates who can think strategically, create relevancy and deliver measureable results. With the exception of information technology, this widening field may be responsible for more career innovations than […]

Choice. We all love it. We all hate it. We love choice for the possibilities it opens. We adore the accompanying feelings of excitement, control and empowerment. On the other hand, we also hate choice. We hate it for the confusion it can bring, and we despise feeling taxed, overwhelmed or mired. Yet choice is […]

How old are you? 40? 45? 50? 54? Somewhere in between? It’s taken you two, three or more decades to become as successful in your career as you have. And while you probably didn’t think too much about where you’d be 20 or 30 years from when you started your career, well, here you are. […]

“Better” is a relative word. That’s because “better” for you may not be “better” for someone else. Perhaps the, um, better rationale is as a comparative. So, comparatively speaking, in order to determine when a professional doctorate is better than a Ph.D. we need to look some of their differences. Think of the comparison between […]

What Is a CPA? So the old joke goes: What’s does a CPA do? Solve a problem you didn’t know you had in a way you don’t understand. Bazinga. Now before you roll your eyes thinking you already know what a CPA is and does, hear us out. Because a CPA’s toolbox includes everything from […]

If there is one, single prevailing myth about getting your bachelor’s degree, it is that “everyone has earned one.” Not so. Not by a long shot. In fact, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics says that some 60 percent of American workers have not earned their undergraduate degree. While a bachelor’s degree […]

Lots of things seem like a good idea at the time. Remember tribal tattoos, acid-washed jeans and scrunchies? Unlike fashion trends that come and go, a college degree will last a career lifetime—especially when you major in something with lots of flexibility and opportunity like accounting. Far from mere number crunching, an accounting and finance […]

For many, many IT professionals, the road to an IT career is more often than not paved with motherboards, memory cards and hard drives. Why, there’s nary a self-professed techno-geek around that hasn’t cut his teeth on tearing down and rebuilding a computer, or troubleshooting the laptop of a friend, family member (or even foe). […]