6 Reasons Everyone Should Pursue Ethnic Studies

Posted by CU Online on Oct 16, 2018 12:28:08 PM

Higher education provides a vast array of opportunities to every student. In fact, the amount of opportunity, number of classes and range of different curriculums can be overwhelming. How can you possibly decide what to study? Science? English? Marketing? There are a vast array of amazing degree programs. So why would one choose to major in ethnic studies? And why do we believe that everyone should pursue an ethnic studies education?

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How CU Online's Bachelor of Ethnic Studies Helps Your Graduate Degree

Posted by CU Online on Oct 16, 2018 12:28:03 PM

Masters degrees are the fastest-growing college credential in the US. More than 16 million people in the hold a Master’s degree and about 43 percent of students expect to earn a Master’s degree. But, regardless of what you plan to pursue for your Master’s degree, the fact of the matter is that you first have to earn your Bachelor’s degree. Choosing a degree program for your Bachelor’s degree can be challenging. Sure there’s a natural path for students who are planning on pursuing a Master’s degree in something like engineering or biology. To succeed in those programs, you will need a baseline education in those specific subjects. But what about the students whose career aspirations don’t have a natural path. If you’re planning on getting your Master’s in Education, for example, there’s rarely a natural transition from your Bachelor’s to your Master’s. No need to worry, though, this actually gives you an opportunity to explore something different. But how are you to choose the correct degree program for you?

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Why an Understanding of Diversity in the Workplace is Crucial

Posted by CU Online on Aug 13, 2018 2:50:00 PM

The demographics of the American workforce have changed dramatically over the last 50 years. In the 1950s, more than 60% of the American workforce consisted of white males. These men were usually the breadwinners of their family and were expected to retir

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