If you want to continue your higher education, a master’s degree can be a very viable option to consider. Moreover, if you want to proceed with your educational upbringing, without actually needing to go to school, you can opt for an online master’s degree.
In today’s fast paced world, people have less and less time and with the advancement of the Internet getting an online degree from the comfort of your own home has never been easier.
If you have already graduated, you may know that a master’s degree will take your knowledge base even further. During the Masters’ studies you will be required to take advanced courses, pass exams and write your own thesis. The thesis will be based on your own research, done independently by yourself and with support from your Mentor professor.
Out of your PhD program, a dissertation is the most significant component and all your attention, plus efforts should be taken up in it. Having said this, it is worth mentioning that the most vital components that constitute a dissertation are not simply the research and writing, but also research buttressed by findings, advanced fresh theory, or supported angle. It is a meticulous process, and all of this takes time. Read more
Medical school is a quite of passage for many people, and is almost more of a calling than a career for most of them.
Yes, the money can be good, but should not be a reason to pursue a path into the field. (If money is your goal, prepare to burn out fast after your third 20 hour day during med school.)
Going to college is a completely different experience than it used to be. In fact, these days when someone is getting ready to head away for school, there’s a good chance that they won’t actually be heading away at all. The dream of the virtual campus is one that has finally been fully realized, and modern students are now able to get their diplomas online, in many cases without ever having to even step foot into a classroom or lecture hall. Through videos, texts, and online homework and forums, the student can work at his or her own pace to get a degree, while still being able to work and fulfill other responsibilities at home. So, if all of this sounds like a great idea, here are five of the best online colleges for 2014.