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  • Set Your Priorities: The Essential Guide to Choosing the Right Management Program

    The internet is full of inspiring stories of visionary businessmen and women who made their fortune on nothing but their own brilliance and dedication – people who dropped out of school, failed miserably over and over, survived disasters and losses, and still came out on top, household names and admired by all. The thing about …

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  • What Does Business Program Accreditation Mean?

    When we talk about accreditation for higher education, we’re talking about two things. The purpose of accreditation is to have an unbiased, outside party that can objectively assess whether colleges and universities are providing the education they claim to provide, and it’s a major undertaking for institutions to meet all of the assessment standards for …

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  • Master’s in Management: Online or On-Campus?

    From the time fully-online degrees became a realistic proposition (around the mid-1990s), business programs have been prime for the web treatment. It’s not surprising; most aspects of business education, such as case studies, economic and financial analysis, and management theory, can be easily translated into an online medium. That is certainly true of the MBA; …

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  • What’s the Difference Between a Management and an MBA Degree?

    For well over a century, since it was first introduced at Harvard University in 1908, the Master of Business Administration has been the standard terminal degree in business (the highest in the field). Over the 20th century, specializations proliferated, from management to finance, international to entrepreneurship, while the 21st century has seen specializations like information …

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  • How Long Will an Online Community College Degree Take?

    Are you in a hurry to get a credential that will help you start a new career, advance in your current career, or help you transfer to a 4-year college or university? Online community college degree programs are a handy, flexible way to do it. But just how long will it take to get your …

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  • Will Online Community College Credits Transfer?

    It’s well known that community college is one of the most affordable ways to earn college credits, as well as one of the most convenient. Online community college courses, and even full degree programs, are more convenient still; while most states have community colleges in every region, online degrees are usually accessible statewide, and don’t …

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  • Are Military Academies Free?

    When students make a decision to serve their country, Uncle Sam wants to make sure that money won’t stop them. Tuition to The U.S. Military Academy at West Point, The U.S. Air Force Academy, The U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, The U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, is waived for cadets …

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  • Is Free Tuition Really Free?

    Free college tuition is making headlines across the country, from politicians touting it as the wave of the future, to high school seniors on a last-ditch, hail-mary Google search when everything seems a little out of reach. The New York Times reported on a free college program for the state of New York’s SUNY and …

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  • How is Packaging the 3rd Largest Industry in the World?

    Taken altogether, packaging is considered the third-largest industry in the world – bigger than almost everything, including entertainment, construction, or agriculture. At first glance, it’s obvious that packaging would be big; after all, pretty much everything you buy is in a package, and those packages were shipped in a package, and those packages may have …

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  • What is the Design Aspect of a Degree in Packaging?

    Pick up a package. Turn it over in your hands. Inspect it. If you’re more scientific or technical-minded, you may wonder “How did this get here?” or “How does this work?” But the purely practical considerations of making a package, protecting a product, or shipping products to their destination is only part of the packaging …

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  • What is the Science side of Packaging Programs?

    It’s the 21st century, and every single object around you came in some sort of package. That package may have been intended to protect it during shipping, to make it look attractive on a store shelf, to keep it from being shoplifted, to prevent it from spoiling, and any number of other purposes. For most …

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  • Top 10 Cheapest Online MSN Programs

    With the American Nurses Association advocating for the BSN to become the standard for nursing jobs, many RNs are realizing they need to raise their status, and current BSN-holders find they need an MSN to continue to compete on the job market. So what’s the lowest cost you can pay to get an MSN degree …

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