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Many healthcare-related fields are growing by leaps and bounds these days. That said, something even bigger is happening in the nursing field. For decades, registered nurses (RNs) have been at the center of patient care for hospitals, physicians’ offices, home healthcare services, and nursing care facilities. But now, RNs who have associate degrees (ADN) or […]

The cost of graduate schools can be hard to compare, and some schools are guarded on the topic of hidden or incidental costs. Are you comparing programs to see if you’re getting a value or if you’re going to feel overcharged? Before you get started, let us introduce you to some of the noteworthy influences […]

Earning a Master’s degree is part guts, part perseverance, and all smarts. Fitting the work within a busy life can be a challenge, and that’s why you’ll want to start with a plan. Two primary points of focus for most graduate candidates are: Price – How much will it cost? Time to completion – How […]

How can you set yourself up for grad school success? If you’ve chosen your program, that’s the question that now matters most. Before you enroll and start that first graduate school course, you must be prepared for what’s ahead. Many well-intentioned degree seekers start strong but fail to finish. You need a plan that will […]

You have your bachelor’s degree, and you’re well into your career. But something isn’t quite right. It might be a matter of salary, advancement, opportunity, or confidence—or even just a feeling that you’re not really fulfilled in your work. Regardless, something has to change. One strategic way to change it is by getting a second […]

If earning a doctorate degree were easy, everyone would do it. But not everyone does. It takes a certain kind of fortitude to commit to – and finish – such a rigorous academic program. Those who do are among an elite group of finishers because, according to The Atlantic magazine, about 50 percent of all […]

You’ve got enough financial stress on your plate. There’s a mortgage, or rent. Typically a car payment or two. There’s the savings, mutual funds, and investments you’re funding. And then there’s the debt—the overall U.S. household debt has increased by 11% in the past decade. Going back to school may seem impossible because you can’t […]

When it comes to a masters of business administration (MBA) versus a doctor of business administration (DBA) degree, think of it as a chicken-and-egg-style argument: both have merit. But this article isn’t so much about which terminal degree is right for you as it is about how a DBA can help you stand out from […]

If you’re considering going back to school, switching to a new postgrad program, or transferring from a community college to a 4-year university for a bachelor’s degree, transfer credit can be a huge time (and money) saver. But it’s often an opportunity that many fail to seize. The Transfer Credit Dilemma Far too many students […]