So you’ve done the college thing, you’re cruising along in your career. Things are going well for you! What’s next? Are you satisfied with the status quo or do you feel like you need to move to the next level? Is it necessary to have a master’s degree to further your career? Well, the answer is not a yes or a no. It’s a maybe, depending on your goals and your circumstances.
Technology and communication have permeated our society. If you’ve ever gone more than 15 minutes without the phones or the internet at work, you know how production can seemingly come to a standstill. We won’t talk about how upset individuals can be when these services are out at home.
Gaining a leadership role is a great way to increase your impact on an organization and grow your earning potential. If you’ve been working and have the experience, furthering your education could be another way to set yourself apart from the competition.
There’s more to athletics than the fans and the players. If there weren’t professionals to market the team or player, connect the fanbase to the athlete, sell the tickets, and oversee office operations, athletic associations and leagues would cease to exist.
The economy is strong and expanding right now. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, national unemployment dropped to 3.9 percent for December 2018. But we all know that - at some point - what goes up, must come down. Eventually, the economy will cycle back into a recession. What does that mean for you? Should you take the plunge and invest time and money into a degree?
Whether you’re a fan of new year’s resolutions or not, there’s something to be said about committing to a new goal and turning over a new leaf. Setting a resolution, whether it’s to read The Bible for fifteen minutes every day or lose ten pounds, shows your hope and commitment for a better you.
A million thoughts may have been going through their minds when they hit “apply,” but there was one that brought them to Southern Nazarene University. We think our students are pretty awesome. They are bright, dedicated, driven, and inspiring. Here are reasons why they decided to continue their education at SNU.
If you’re looking to become a school administrator, getting the best education you can is paramount to serving your school well. So how do you decide which school is the right fit for you? Here are a few tips: