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How SNU-Tulsa Helps Students Get Degrees

Going back to school for your degree can be an amazing investment in your future and help you develop professionally. Many students in Northeast Oklahoma choose SNU-Tulsa as the location to earn their degree, and successfully graduate, even when other options haven't been successful in the past. Here are some ways that SNU-Tulsa helps students succeed on their path to graduation.
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Adult Education

7 Myths Surrounding Online Master’s Degree Programs

Online master’s degree programs are highly convenient, enabling students to attend class without fighting traffic, navigating a massive campus, or even getting dressed up. This can improve accessibility for people with disabilities, busy jobs, and demanding families, as well as those in educational deserts with limited options. Even for students with access to an assortment of great institutions and relatively open schedules, online learning may offer a faster and lower stress way to get a degree. Yet some are reluctant to consider this option because of myths surrounding online master’s degree programs. 
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Adult Education

What to Expect from a Master’s in Counseling Program

If you’re fascinated by human behavior, passionate about mental health advocacy, or interested in improving people’s lives and emotional well-being, a master’s in counseling psychology could launch you into a great career. In most states, including Oklahoma, therapists, licensed professional counselors, and other independent mental health practitioners need a master’s degree before the state will license them to practice on their own. To complete licensure requirements, you will also have to work a certain number of hours under a clinical supervisor and pass your state’s licensing tests. 
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Student Success Tips

How Much Math Do You Need to get a Degree in Business Administration?

Do you need calculus for a business degree? Does a business degree require a lot of math? These are just a couple of questions students considering going back to school may ask about the curriculum. Don't let fear of a certain subject deter you from a degree that can ultimately help you have the career of your dreams. Here is what you can expect from an undergraduate business degree and an MBA.  We'll also show you some options for business majors that require last math classes, and supply some considerations when choosing your business major. Keep reading for more.
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Student Success Tips

Best Study Spots in Downtown Tulsa

Sometimes the best thing you can do for your productivity is to get out of your regular study spot, away from the noise, and find a great coffee shop, library, park, or other area to get some studying done without the distractions of day-to-day life. We've rounded up some of the best study spaces in downtown Tulsa for you to try out!
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Online Degree Programs

Does Virtual Reality Hold the Key to Online Degree Programs?

A generation ago, virtual reality offered little more than complex video games behind funny glasses. Today, virtual reality boasts wide potential to improve almost every aspect of human life. Adventurous spirits use virtual reality to travel to places they’ve never been, without the expense of real travel. People with dementia can relive their memories and improve cognition, while scientists use VR technology to better understand the lived experiences of neurodivergent children and adults. 
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Adult Education

8 Ways to Succeed as a Business Student

Going back to school to study business can be an amazing investment in your career or in a business you plan to start. However every business-minded person knows you can't just make an investment and check out. To be successful requires hard work, follow up, and diligence to ensure it pays off. Here are some ways you can make the most of your degree and time as a business student.
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Adult Education

Choose Your Path: Online vs. On-Campus Education

Weighing your options for the future can feel exhausting, especially when you’re bogged down by the concerns of the present: paying bills, managing parenthood, trying to sock away some money, identifying opportunities at work, and so much more. For many Americans, an online education is an ideal option that blends convenience and affordability with a quality education. Others still prefer the interpersonal interaction and on-campus experience that comes with traditional college programs. Neither is the right choice for everyone, but one might be the right choice for you.
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Online Degree Programs

8 of the Best Jobs You Can Get with an MBA That You Might Not Know About

In the popular consciousness, an MBA is synonymous with management. It’s a way to climb the corporate ladder, join the C-suite, and grow earnings beyond what they might otherwise be. The jobs you can get with an MBA are virtually limitless, and going to business school does not lock you into a management career. The skills you master are applicable in a wide range of roles, even if you have no interest in a buttoned-down executive position. Here are some surprising and lucrative options for MBA graduates. 
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Graduate Degrees

7 Benefits of an MBA That Will Make You Want to Enroll Today

An MBA can catapult your earnings, possibly into six figures and beyond. A study of graduates who got their degrees between 2009 and 2018 found an average salary bump of $36,472 for mean earnings of $116,248.
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