You’ve been considering taking the next step and earning your degree for a while. Whether that means completing your bachelor’s or earning a master’s or doctorate, you do know that whatever you decide, your personal and professional life demands the flexibility of an online degree.
Here’s why an advanced degree is worth the effort.
Considering a return to school? Perhaps the idea of earning a doctorate seems intimidating. At the same time, maybe you’re curious about what it would be like to achieve something both challenging and rewarding. But will a doctoral degree truly make a difference in your income and enhance your career prospects?
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These five degrees will prepare you to succeed professionally regardless of the economy’s ups and downs.
In today’s uncertain environment, navigating the future can feel complicated. Now more than ever, it’s crucial for the time, resources and hard work you invest in earning an advanced degree pay off and provide you with tools for success.
While it may feel like the world has changed a lot in the past few months, some things haven’t. Even as the world and the American economy grapples with the fallout of the COVID-19 crisis, it’s clear that a college degree still matters.
At Trevecca, we’re aware that every student’s situation is unique. That’s why we offer our MBA program in a variety of formats that allow our students the flexibility they need to complete their master’s degree in a format that fits their lives and allows them to achieve their professional goals.
Considering earning a degree online? Even as the number of students taking online courses continues to increase, misconceptions about online education still exist. At Trevecca, we’ve been offering online degrees longer than any other Nashville-area institution and know how rich an experience it can be—plus it offers flexibility and affordability.
May 1 is College Decision Day, and this year, nothing feels the same. In a season that would be filled with college visits, prom and the celebrations that mark your senior year of high school, you’re finishing up your classes at home and talking to your friends on FaceTime and Zoom.
Getting a degree—whether it’s a bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate—can be intimidating. It doesn’t matter if you’re 18 or 80; earning a degree takes you out of your comfort zone and thrusts you into a world of new experiences, new relationships and new demands.
Choosing a college can be a bit stressful. As a high school senior, you’re likely full of questions. What are the professors like? What do the dorms look like? How will I pay for college? What will it be like? And of course, one of the most important questions of all: are there any good coffee shops on campus? (The answer of course, is yes.)
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If you’ve been thinking about finishing your bachelor’s degree but haven’t yet committed to going back to school, maybe these concerns sound familiar:
I’m too old and out of touch to go back to college.
There’s no way I have time to squeeze school into my busy schedule with work and family activities.
Our budget is stretched right now; how could I afford to take classes?
Is finishing my bachelor’s degree even worth it?