Student Hub - Page 4We bring students together to get you the inside scoop about colleges and universities across America. Our education experts highlight degrees and programs that might help you pursue a career path you've always been interested in.
Career centers can be a big help when it comes to choosing your field of study or finding a job, but it's up to you to take charge and make the initial contact.
5 Ways Career Centers Can Help You
Choosing a major. Not sure what to study? Career centers offer counseling, personality tests,… | Read More
You're likely already tired of hearing that college coursework differs from significantly from high school work. You have many fewer hours of class. Professors are much less involved. You are pretty much on your own. All the brochures are right: College is what you make of it.
The disparity between high school and college is… | Read More
College tuition + fees + housing and a meal plan total $50,000 annually. It's no secret that college is expensive, but numbers like these still cause sticker shock.
Given the price, it's natural -- and wise -- to question what the return on investment (ROI) of college will be. In short, what is the worth… | Read More
The City College of San Francisco is a ten campus community college serving over 100,000 students annually; the largest in the country. There is a full range of 50 academic programs and over 100 occupational disciplines that lead to degrees. The College lays out specific associates' degree requirements that likely reflect what you'll… | Read More
Princeton Review’s annual survey of all things collegiate includes a list of the top ten majors for today’s college students. This list does not factor in the value of a degree in any of these fields, either in starting salary range or the availability of jobs in the field.… | Read More
College ranking surveys usually segment schools by category: the national universities, which have doctoral programs and research institutes; the schools that have master's degree programs but nothing beyond that point; and the schools that offer bachelors' degrees.… | Read More
The closest thing to an objective ranking of online, for-profit schools that we've been able to locate is the Online Education Database (OEDb), a website that ranks colleges based on several metrics including cost, acceptance rate, graduation rate, student-faculty ration, etc. These are the top ten online schools based on their rankings:
1. Nova Southeastern… | Read More
This article is about where to find the best online, accredited health care degrees. Never has there been a better time to pursue a nursing career or an X-ray technologist degree; as our population ages the health care industry has accelerated to a very rapid growth rate. Here are ten colleges with fully… | Read More
A trained psychiatrist achieves his doctorate by following medical school with four years of residency in psychiatry. There is very little psychiatric training in medical school. So one of the methods recommended for evaluating the degree of respect and recognition a medical school psychiatric department receives is to look at the amount of… | Read More
A bachelors' degree in psychology incorporates a substantial number of core courses, as do all baccalaureate programs. Those courses are meant to provide the student with education in disparate fields that result in a widened perspective of the world.
The State University of New York (SUNY) campuses require 124 semester hours, or credits, for… | Read More