Chances are you're having a tough time deciding between the multiple grad school offers you've received. Or maybe you're still waiting and hoping to be in such a predicament. Sure, this sounds like a great problem to have. But too many choices can provoke a variety of reactions, from mild confusion to complete overwhelming panic. So if that sounds like your reaction, first stop and take a few deep breaths, then read this article.
Graduate degree programs at Thomas Edison State College are designed to transform students into leaders while meeting the demands of working adults. Available completely online, they integrate management and leadership theories and practices as they apply to students' careers.
Convenience and flexibility of online study are important enrollment factors. Therefore, we specialize in flexible, high-quality programs tailored to working adults who value the ability to control their schedules and fit graduate studies work into their busy lives.
With leadership as their central theme, these programs include three integral parts: core courses; electives (may include a professional focus); and a capstone project.
It's that fateful week you've been waiting for. Every day you wake up with your stomach in knots. You stalk your mail delivery person like a maniac, and then it arrives. You were hoping for a thick packet. Instead, a slim white missive rests mockingly in your mailbox. It's a rejection letter from the graduate school of your dreams. What in the world are you supposed to do now?
Case Western Reserve University
A master's in Nonprofit Management will prepare you for the demands of nonprofit leaders with training from faculty who are highly skilled professionals with both an academic and community perspective.
The New School
The Psychology department encourages an interdisciplinary approach to psychological issues and promotes cross-fertilization between the Clinical and General Psychology programs.
College of Saint Mary
College of Saint Mary, a private women's Catholic university in Omaha, offers students a unique chance to learn and grow in a single-sex environment.