Have you ever wanted to design your own major?

Posted by Karima Gabriel on Mar 9, 2018 10:30:20 AM

It’s no secret that the traditional educational system is rigid and uninspiring for many students. The option to design a unique study appeals to those creative individuals who don’t feel they exactly fit any of the cookie-cutter careers like lawyer, doctor, or teacher. Often times students are unfulfilled not because they aren’t capable but rather they aren’t motivated. In this post, we’ll explore the growing option of designing your own major and things to consider.

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Topics: 21 century students, integration, Online Degree

What can you do with a Public Service degree?

Posted by Kate C on Sep 14, 2017 10:14:52 AM

 

Can I be of service?

Here are some questions to consider. They may not seem related in any way, but they are – and we’ll tell you how momentarily. Answer each one as honestly as you can, please. After all, your future career – and lives of the people you may touch as you follow that career path – may be hanging in the balance!

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Topics: public service, employment, volunteer, contribution, social cause, position, emergency, management, coordinator, manager, city, county, public, administrator, policy, work, politician, state, education, opportunities, consultant, parks and recreation, urban planner, grant writer, non-profit, legal advocate, volunteer coordinator, operations analyst, characteristics, coursework, leadership, CU Online, Online Degree, emergency services, city worker, county worker, BAPS

The Value of a Degree

Posted by Jan Watson on Aug 22, 2017 2:42:00 PM

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Topics: investment, value of degree, college degree, invest in future, Online Degree, bachelors degree, degree payoff, value, degree, CU Online

What jobs will I be qualified for once I earn my Master of Criminal Justice Degree?

Posted by Kate C on Aug 20, 2017 6:15:00 PM

What jobs will I be qualified for once I earn my Master of Criminal Justice Degree?

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Topics: Criminal Justice, master degree, CU Online, Online Degree, FBI, special agent, director of court services, teacher, criminologist, criminal profiler, forensic anthropologist, correctional supervisor, forensic psychologist, career, job, qualify

What can you do with a Master in Early Childhood Education?

Posted by Kate C on Aug 18, 2017 4:11:46 PM

Have you always known that helping children would be a part of your future?

Were you the little kid with two dozen dolls, each with a name and a wardrobe and a special place in your heart? Did you take that babysitter’s course at the local YMCA and start your own babysitting business when you were twelve? Did you take care of your younger siblings at times, making sure they had a good day or just stayed out of trouble? Did the adults in your life notice how good you were with younger kids, and tell you early on that you would probably work with children when you grew up?

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Topics: teacher education, children, master, Online Degree, degree, career, early, childhood, education, supervisor, director, coordinator, preschool, elementary, learning, program, curriculum, daycare







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