In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, it’s a Trevecca graduate, Director Chief William Swann, who is leading the charge within Nashville’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM).
You’re ready to finish the college degree you started years ago, or you’re finally committed to pursuing the bachelor’s degree you put off. Maybe you’re looking at a master’s or doctoral degree. Regardless of what degree you hope to earn, one thing is certain: you’re not so sure how it’s going to happen.
Maybe you have a full-time job, a spouse who travels for work, or three busy kids with extracurricular activities that fill many afternoons and weekends.
Getting your degree online seems like the most practical and doable way to go—but how do you choose the right program? How do you find a university that delivers a quality experience and offers a valuable return on your investment of time, effort and resources? You want to make sure the degree you earn is worth far more than the paper it’s printed on.