4 Things to Expect from Your Online Accounting Degree Program

Did you know the accounting field is growing by 11% and quickly approaching 1.5 million jobs1? That’s faster than average. With this kind of job opportunity, it’s clear that pursuing a degree in accounting is a good move. If traditional school is not an option for your busy life, an online accounting degree program may be exactly what you’re looking for. If you want to pursue a bachelor’s degree in accounting, but you don’t know much about online education, we…Read +

How to Get the Job in Electronics Engineering Technology

Online education is tackling traditional brick-and-mortar education head on. You’re an online student—you, more than anyone, understand why it’s so great. You used the internet to your advantage so you could earn your degree. But why aren’t you landing the job? If you’ve gotten used to reaching your academic goals with a computer, it may be time to step outside your comfort zone when it comes to the job search. Here’s how to get the job with your electronics engineering…Read +

An Entry-Level Playing Field isn’t a Fair Game for Veterans

I recently had the opportunity to meet with a group of veterans who had just transitioned into the private sector. In visiting with some of these veterans who were in the military for more than eight years, I heard a recurring theme: Civilian employers do not look at the life experience of the job applicant's military service as on-the-job training. As a result, veterans end up in entry-level positions with entry-level pay while their college-educated private sector counterparts excel. How can veterans…Read +

Student Profile: Curt Dexter

With advancing technology, it seems that engineering careers have become more important than ever. If you want to work in engineering technology, it is never too late to go back to school. This is what our very own electronics engineering technology student, Curt Dexter, chose to do. To achieve his personal career goals, Dexter decided to take the plunge into online education and get his degree. We had a chance to chat with Dexter and learn a little bit about…Read +

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