Pursuing a degree is a big decision. There’s a lot of examination that needs to be done, but where do you even start? To help you in your research, we discovered five facts about associate’s degrees that may surprise you. Read on to learn why this degree may be the perfect educational option for your career goals.
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Join us as we analyze the types of degrees offered in the CBE format. You may be surprised at the variety of opportunities available for competency-based learners.
To give you a better understanding of the variety of competency-based education programs available, we analyzed the competency-based degree programs in 31 accredited universities and colleges.
Earning a college degree is not a requirement to become America's commander-in-chief, but history tells us that the vast majority U.S. Presidents valued a college education. This is a list of the U.S. presidents and their college educations, including the schools they attended and the academic degrees they received.
Does a higher level of education lead to more employment opportunities? We took a look at 21 separate industries to find out.
Congratulation graduates, you've earned yourself a degree. Now, you might be asking yourself where is that degree going to take you or how much are you going to make throughout your career. To see the future of your degree, check out our infographic below.
When you think about someone with a college degree, you may picture them as the studious type who sits in the library doing research and learning about whatever subject they're pursuing.
Ever wonder if there is a correlation between education level and happiness? This infographic examines the relationship between overall happiness and educational attainment...
Look at the relationship between education levels and wealth, life expectancy, and education expenditure around the world.
Check out the the median earnings by educational attainment and see if higher learning means a higher earning.
Learn about the educational attainment in the US from 1940 through 2007.