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Posted June 23, 2015 by

The Top Ten Graduate Degrees for Prospective Health Care Professionals

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Smiling practitioner examining the patient, her assistant taking notes. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Healthcare is and has always been one of the best fields to enter when looking for good job prospects and competitive salaries. It doesn’t matter if you are a social butterfly or would rather be behind the scenes, healthcare has a job that fits you. Many of the best jobs in healthcare require a graduate or professional degree of some kind. These degrees are offered through schools such as Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions (RMUoHP). Here is a list of the top ten graduate degrees in healthcare: (more…)

Posted April 14, 2015 by

Tips for Community College Engineers Trying to Transfer to University

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Engineering professional with group of students in training. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

If you are interested in a future in engineering but you are not sure how to transfer from a community college into a university, then you are not alone. Most of the time, candidates who have earned an associate’s degree in engineering are easily able to transfer into a four-year university program that culminates in a bachelor’s degree, and they can even go on to earn graduate degrees in various types of engineering science. (more…)

Posted March 26, 2015 by

4 Graduate Degrees to Help You Make a Difference

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Boris Dzhingarov

Although college is often thought of as a way to make one more desirable on the job market, increasing one’s credentials doesn’t have to mean forsaking public service entirely. There are many career paths that are both lucrative and socially beneficial. Of course, higher credentials are often the key to both better jobs and more meaningful work. Here are four degrees you can pursue after your Bachelor’s that will let you make a difference in your community. (more…)