I want to get back to college and get my master degree In counseling and psychotherapy ,does anybody know how the job market is and what is the salary range?
What are some things i should know about before going to job corps?
Well im going to be attending Joliet job corps center very soon. I was just wondeing what i should be expecting when i get there?
Plz someone give me some advice on how i should go about this and etc
I'd like to go into the LA facility and talk to an admissions counselor about eligibility and enrollment. Does anyone know what day and time that is? I know Long Beach was tuesdays at 3pm...
I'm 16 and I hate my current school. I'm in a college prep academy and I don't live in the best neighborhood so I refuse to go to the neighborhood schools. No one I know ever seems to learn anything in them. I also can't transfer into another selective enrollment school (which I'm in now) because the deadlines have passed. So I'd like to know what are some affordable and accredited online schools to earn my high school diploma?
Thanks for your help!
I'm going to take college courses next year as a dual enrollment student, and I really want to take art classes. I'm afraid that I'll fail the courses because I draw sucky art, and I basically have no idea how to really draw. What are some beginning courses that a person with no experience would be able to handle and do well in? I was thinking of these, in order:
Any thoughts would help, thank you!
I'm fifteen, and I've been in foster care for three years now. I will be sixteen this year. After finishing this school year, I plan drop out, find a fulltime job, and attend ged classes. Foster care is absolute hell and I will not stay in the system much longer. It will take much time to save up money for my own place, along with the bills, and a car so that I can emancipate myself. Therefore I was wanting to know of there was any other ways to go about this situation. Thanks for your help.
I am a single parent who needs 32 hours of sociolgy courses that will transfer to Eastern Illinois Universtiy where I attend college to finish my degree. I commute ea way one hour, my car needs alot of work, I have had to go back to work FT, and I cannot attend college FT anymore or MWF again. My college does not offer any convient way for me to complete the needed classes. My local community college has cancelled, or closed due to low or no enrollment and I am running out of options. I just recieved a letter stating I will have to pay student loans if I don't come back to school soon. I am not where I want ot be financialy or job wise but I am limited on what I can do to take these classes. Know any places or other options to get the needed classes. Taking these classes also do not count toward my GPA which I desperatley need to boost it. What can I do? What would you do?
I am starting as a full time student at a community college in June 2010 (summer semester). I will be 17. I won't have a job or anything. School would be my main commitment. I don't mind going to college all year long.
Would it possible to earn 60 credits by Fall 2011?
I really need to know because im up for debate between a sociology major or a pharmacy school. Also, how can i get the UC fees waived for applying.
I'm planning to transfer to FIDM next year ( not sure yet) but a counselor told me i should complete my carreer at some community college.
i know i will need to pay more money i won't qualify for fee waiver, but excluding the tuition fee, books, materials, etc. , what's the difference between both community and private college? do you recommend going to a private college?
I am a full time single parent and I work full time, so (although I wish I could) there is no way I can attend classes (even night classes would not fit into my schedule). I have an Associates degree, but I would love to be able to earn a Bachelors degree. University of Phoenix seems like a viable option for me. I'm just concerned about being turned down a job due to the degree not being held to the same regard as one from a traditional school. What do you all think?
I am going to be a junior this coming Fall. I have been bored by high school classes due to their easiness. This has caused me to self study myself. I took a placement test at the community college and it turns out that I got a super high score. I am planning to study physics and go up to PhD level. I have talked to my counselor and have made a plan so I can finish my associate's degree at the same time as my high school degree. Also, at my high school, I have been told that I could do dual enrollment, which means they will give me high school credit for the classes I take at the college. The only problem is that even though I will be a full time student, I will not be able to get financial aid. This is because I have not graduated high school. I really do not know what to do. Even my school doesn't want me to take the courses there because they think I should be at college level. I
Really? I mean will people hire me once I am done?
I am sure it is BETTER to go to an actual university, but I am just curious.
I personally think UOP is evil - is there another alternative (for a lack of a better work) college I can go to?
I want to go to Rochester University but it is so expensive! For four years i'm going to pay around $224,000. so how much money am i going to get from scholarships? I have only applied to 3. and im starting senior year in August. so any advice?
I am trying to decide between an MBA specializing in Information Technology Management or a MSIT (masters of science in Information Technology) specializing in Project Management. I have a BBA in Computer Information Systems and have worked for roughly 3-4 years as a project manager in IT. I'm trying to weigh the pros and cons of both. It seems that with the MS you can take your PMP immediately after it, however you are very specialized in IT, whereas with an MBA I think you can do the same jobs but also be eligible for a lot of other jobs as well (because it is a masters of business at it's core). I really enjoy IT but I don't want to limit myself by going with the MS if the MBA in IT management is basically the same thing. Any experienced professionals or professors out there that can lend some advice. I am going to online school so there "enrollment counselors" aka salesmen really don't have any real world practical advice.
I'm looking into applying for Hoosier Healthwise (an Indiana program) for maternity coverage. We meet the requirements and have no maternity coverage on our existing policy. Does anyone know exactly how much it would cover or what it would cover? Thanks!
Just trying to figure out what I should take.
Im about to graduate with a liberal studies degree from ASU. and I want to get a job in california and there offering positions over there
I was wondering if anyone had a list, or knew where I could find a list of some reputable, regionally accredited universities that offer their BS of accounting in an online format? My job requires me to move around a lot and I fear I'll never be able to finish my degree if I don't attend online courses. Thanks for the help.