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Graduate Degrees

How To Use Your Graduate Degree To Climb the Corporate Ladder

Thirty years ago, graduating college with a bachelor’s degree was enough to ensure a bright future with promising career prospects. Not only could you land a job, you could rest assured that you’d earn a steady salary and slowly make your way up the career ladder.
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Adult Education

What You Need to Know: SNU’s Dissertation Process

Earning a doctoral degree is no longer a pie-in-the-sky aspiration. In less than 32 months, SNU’s EdD in Administration and Leadership prepares you to become an expert leader in your organization and inspire meaningful change. Plus, you can choose to complete this program entirely online or in-person.
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Veteran Students

The Top 7 Degrees for Military Veterans

Veterans bring a wealth of experience, knowledge, and hard-won wisdom to their careers, lives, and any schools they enroll in. But many struggles with the transition back to civilian life, and they may find that employers don’t understand the value of their military service. The right degrees for military veterans focus on sharpening the skills you already have so you can gain a foothold in an increasingly competitive economy. This makes you a more marketable job candidate. The right degree may also offer a faster, easier path to completion because it draws on the knowledge you spent your time nurturing in the military. These degrees are perfect options for military veterans.
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Adult Education

How to Earn an Alternative Teaching Certification in Oklahoma

If you’re second-guessing your current career path, you’re not alone. More teachers than ever before are entering the field as a second career instead of right out of college. A 2020 study found that people who enter teaching as a second career may find it less challenging and have a greater commitment to the work. So don’t discount your dreams — you may bring fresh, vital energy to nearby schools, supporting the students who need you most. 
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Online Degree Programs

Do What You Love with a Master’s in Sport Management & Administration

Looking to take your sports career to the next level? Or maybe you’re looking to ditch the desk job and pivot to something you actually love?
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Adult Education

How an Instructional Design Degree Helps You Shape the Future of Education

A few short years ago, schools that offered remote learning were still revolutionaries dragging the industry into the 21st century. The COVID-19 pandemic changed everything, though. What once seemed impossible is now the norm at schools across the globe.  This sudden shift has shown how important instructional designers can be in shaping the future of education and ensuring schools have the agility to rapidly adapt to changing circumstances. An instructional design degree is a great investment in your own future, as well as the future of the many students and teachers you’ll serve. 
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Adult Education

10 Movies That Will Inspire You to Return to College

Planning a return to college as an adult? It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the dozens of decisions you must make, the time management challenges, and sometimes by the nagging suspicion that perhaps you’re not really cut out for this.  One of the things you probably learned in school — a lesson that will be repeated during your return to college — is the power of fiction to help us better understand ourselves and the world around us. The right movies can help you relax with your family, remind everyone why you’re going back to school, and inspire you to keep pressing forward.
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Adult Education

6 Tips for a Successful Job Interview After College

Long days and late nights of studying pay off as you cross the stage on commencement day. With a diploma in hand, you’ll finally be able to reap the benefits of all of your hard work. Landing a job post-graduation can feel like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be, even if you’re pursuing one of these competitive fields. 
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Adult Education

What Will Adult Education Look Like Post-Pandemic?

In the fall of 2018, before COVID-19 hit, 35% of college students were enrolled in at least one distance education course. About 18% were taking all of their classes online.  Less than two years later, as the pandemic ripped through the globe and threatened lives and livelihoods, distance education had become the norm. Adult students could juggle work and school from home, often while helping their own kids manage virtual learning and seemingly endless Zoom meetings.  What will higher learning look like for adult students as the pandemic begins to wind down and we regain a sense of normalcy? The wisest schools will heed the lessons of the pandemic, offering students greater flexibility to honor their many commitments.
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Adult Education

What a Degree From a Christian College Really Means

For some, choosing a Christian university is a must. For others, it’s a bonus—or maybe it just worked out that way. And you might think what makes a school Christian is simply a chosen set of beliefs. But it’s so much more than that.
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