I just recently graduated from Michigan State University with a B.A. in Economics. I would like to pursue a Master's in Health Services Administration (MHSA or MHA) at U of M, but I want to obtain some work experience before, and was told I should do this by the admissions director there before applying. I was wondering if anyone knew where to begin looking. I have looked at many job websites, but have had a hard time finding something in the field without having a Master's degree. Any help will be appreciated! Thanks =)
I am not a dirty person or an ugly girl by any means. I am just heavy. I have a well-tailored business suit and will be very presentable. Im just concerned that my weight may prevent me from getting the job. It is for an admissions director at a prestigious college. Any thoughts?
I have owned and operated a restaurant for 8 years and am now interviewing for the position of Admissions Director for a nursing home. I really want and need to land this job and haven't ever been on this side of a job interview. (I've always been the one to conduct the interview.) Any suggestions on how my restaurant experience would help me in this career or just overall suggestions would be fabulous!
My husband is a pastor and has two degrees..one in Religion and the other in Communication. He's changing jobs for a while and going to grad school. What can he do with those?
I just started college in September. I am going to school to get my Associate's Degree in Health Services Administration. I was just wondering what jobs I could get with it. Where would be the best place to get a job: hospital, doctor's office, etc.? Where would offer more security? Which would offer better benefits and pay?
I am past the deadline to drop a class, but I was told if I want to drop a class past the deadline that I would need to send him a letter. I need help in convincing the director to drop my class. Should I be honest or should I lie, the truth is I am struggling the work is too difficult. Or should I make up a bogus story about be sick or something?
I know that a nurse can be a director/department head, so if you compare a head nurse with an hospital administrator (one for example admission administrator/director/manager) who would get the better salary?
Originally my major is college was pre nursing, but I decided I didn't want to do that because I didn't think nurses got compensated enough for the work they do. I changed my major so that I could go into health care administration instead because I did always want to be behind the scene planning directing implementing etc... I just graduated in December and would be happy being either a nurse or administrator, but since I no longer majored in nursing I am starting to feel as if it would have been more beneficial to become a nurse and then work my way up to an administrative role. My current degree is interdisciplinary studies-health studies and psychology, but I also have a business emphasis/specialization (because of my intent of becoming an administrator), and a bioethics, humanities, and society specialization. I really don’t know where to start (besides the bottom because of my lack experience), what area to go into. I do know that I want to work in the hospital.
What are all the jobs/careers I can have with a communiications degree? I know its very diverse but I need a list of everything I can do if Im walking fresh out of college with a Communications degree.
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
I plan on teaching Biology. Would I get my tuition paid, what about health care? Retirement? Elaborate and enlighten me please. (:
Do they have any jobs for directors of college admissions for the military? What about community college professors?
Im looking for job to do in the future and i wanna get into security. I am already working on a criminal justice degree. Can anyone give me an answer preferably any security directors out there?
I have a Bachelors with a double major in Political Science and Urban Studies and a Master in Urban Planning with an emphasis on community development (social and economic aspects of urban planning). I got the masters in 1997. I have had no more formal university education in 10 years and I am in my mid-30s. I have been working in the affordable housing industry as a staff assistant, property manager and administrator.
I had always planned to pursue my education further and family and friends thought the same, but I got to eat and pay bills. I've always had a thirst for knowledge and research and finding out things for either the sake or learning or to apply it to something. I got my masters straight after getting my bachelors, so I had been in school 6 straight years after high school, so some associates joked about me not been in the real world. Now, after 10 years in the real world, I now have the ironic opposite problem of trying to find the best way to get back into "academic" shape. Heck, I've only been to the public library three times since getting my masters. I do have lots of practical continued education related to my job or keeping up with standard office software and do have a lot of books from my own library that I read, however.
These are some options I'm exploring:
(1) Take some classes at local state university and/or through distance education colleges to get study habits back and strenthen transcript (it is possible, though not necessarily an absolute goal that I could get second bachelors from this route from a college like Excelsior), then pursue PhD
(2) Pursue the MBA, then pursue PhD
(3) Pursue Masters Degree in another area such as economics or geography that complements my previous education on the political science and urban studies side, then pursue PhD
Back 10 years ago when I was still in grad school, the professor who was my advisor had suggested to me that I go to an MBA program. I had not thought about going to get an MBA before, but he saw that I had loaded up my urban planning coursework with electives in social statistics and economics (he knew I could have taken a lot easier courses). He wanted me to consider going to a place like Wharton. He felt that the combination of a masters in urban planning and an MBA would be a dynamic combination for someone interested in community development. I considered that, but like I said, I need to eat and since I came from very modest means (poor), I needed to work. I am was already in debt trouble, so I wasn't interested in taking on more student loans and will not ever take out any more student loans (and I intend to self-finance any future education and/or pursue any available grants).
Now that I've been out for so long, not only am I academically rusty but I've also lost contacts with potential recommenders (a few of whom have since passed including my graduate advisor). So as I see it, at the minimum I need to take a few college courses just to make sure I still got the touch, as well as for the regular business of getting recommenders and strengthening my transcript.
I anticipate that the pursuit of the PhD in my situation will be a 8-12 year project. I'm now in my mid-thirties, so I would hope to have the PhD completed by the time I'm in my early to mid-forties. I expect to start my comeback with a course this Fall. For the next year or so, I expect to stay enrolled continuously either in a traditional course or distance education course.
I'm currently in eastern europe. I suffered a death in the family, and I would like to return home. How big of an effect would this have on my chances of securing a good job and admission into law school? Ive only been here for 4 months.
What are your chances of being a successful director if you attend one of the top film directing schools in the country
I am Looking into my future and i have 95?f it planed out (school and work wise). i want to know what education i need and how much it pays... i want to be a middle school band director, and i think it would be pretty easy sense i have played instruments in the treble, bass, and percussion clefs. these are the instruments i played/play
3rd grade- Viola
4th grade- Violin
5th grade- Cello
first month and a half of 6th grade- Percussion
rest of 6th grade- Trombone
7th grade- Trombone.
i also know how to conduct 2-4, 3-4, 4-4, and common time. (by watching my band director.)
anything will help! thank you! 10 points to best answer!
I really love wine and I want to get a job working in the wine industry.
Im in japan right now and gonna finish my high school in 2009.
I want to be a creative director(advertisement) in future and for that im planning to take admission in foreign university.
But i dont know much about the creative director.
Which course should i choose in university?
Which steps are included to become creative director?
Plz give me the brief information about it.
I am an honors student at the University of Oregon and want to write commercials for a living. What is this job called, and what major do I need? I don't know if this makes a difference but I would want to work for nike.
Who work in admissions and decide who gets admitted or not? I'm currently in undergrad in college and I thought that might be a good career opportunity I'm just not exactly sure what you call that job. At first I thought that this job was called an admissions counselor but apparently those are the advisers that help you with your scheduling and stuff like that.
I worked at a summer camp for 3 years in high school and now I'm applying for colleges. The director of the camp is in college and my mom thinks I should have her write me a letter and just not put the age, but I'm not so sure.
What do you think?