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7 Reasons to Attend a Christian College

Finding the right college takes thought and evaluation. Degree programs, tuition, classroom environment, accreditation, career placement - all are factors for consideration prior to enrollment.
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Student Success Tips

7 Reasons to Take Gen Eds Online

In 2019, we’re not tied down to much. We can work remotely, send messages electronically, pay our bills online, and we can take college classes online. A college education is more accessible now than in any other time in history. Working adult students especially have more options to further their education than ever before. It’s never been a better time to take advantage of these opportunities and make your dreams a reality.
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Online Degree Programs

Oklahoma Needs Counselors. Could You Be One?

While Oklahoma is a great place to live and attend college, several issues face our state that will need mental health professionals to help solve. A recent eight-part series in the Tulsa World highlights issues like incarceration rates, adverse childhood experience scores, homelessness, trauma, and more.
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Online Degree Programs

Financial Benefits of an MBA and M.S. Management

There are a few magical letters in the world. Everyone generally likes hearing y-e-s. In baseball, it’s all about RBI. The military implements acronyms like they’re going out of style. And then there’s the all-important letters in business: MBA.
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Online Degree Programs

What a Degree from a Christian College Says to Employers

Career advancement is the primary reason adult students go back to college. When researching future schools and their programs, savvy students make sure the program they want is available and look for indications that they’ll receive a quality education by reviewing coursework, expected outcomes, faculty background and accreditation.
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Online Degree Programs

5 Ways a Master's Degree Improves Career Prospects

It’s not difficult to get a job, but getting the job you want is a different story. If you’re like most people, you have a job or career path in mind – one that’s in a field that interests you and that will provide good compensation. That means, the higher the pay, the more glamorous, fun or interesting the field, the more competitive the jobs in that field will be. In many jobs, there are also requirements to enter the field – degree or certificate completion, industry-related experience or specific skills.
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Adult Education

How Criminal Justice Degrees Help Students Become Police Officers

Becoming a law enforcement professional is about more than beginning a career. It’s about fulfilling a calling to serve and protect others. Police officers need to be trained to think on their feet, communicate well, and lead with evidence.
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Online Degree Programs

How to Become a Manager

You know you’re capable of more, and you want to move up. You want to lead and make a difference. But getting to that position is no walk in the park. Here are some ways you can prove you’re ready to work in leadership and management.
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Online Degree Programs

Best Books for Business Students

Learning doesn’t stop outside of the classroom. Successful individuals are constantly working to expand their knowledge, and books offer a wealth of wisdom to tap into for every business student. We have some recommendations on where to start.
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Student Success Tips

Are You Ready for College?

You might want to go back to school as an adult, but being ready to go back is an entirely different story. So how will you know when the time is right?
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