degree

Degrees defined: PhD, Master, Bachelor, Associate–all about that expensive piece of paper called your degree.

  • Chris Evans
    Published 13 days ago
    Everything You Need to Know About Your Biotechnology Assignment!

    Everything You Need to Know About Your Biotechnology Assignment!

    Biotechnology, as a subject, is a combined approach applied to biological sciences along with traditional engineering principles. The amalgamation leads to new technological innovations. It covers the study of Enzyme Biotechnology, Amylase, Biochemical Nutrition, Biochemical Processes, Genetic Code, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Application of Biotechnology, Organisms, Biology Research Lab, and Bimolecular, etc. 
  • Andrew Broderick
    Published 13 days ago
    Designer Degrees?

    Designer Degrees?

    Its safe to say most people will struggle financially at some stage in their life, if not all their life. Now I’m not here to offend anyone by possibly pretending that I could fully comprehend the continuous struggle and stress that comes with owning a home, a car, having children etc. But as a millennial I’m anxious of the debt that is accumulating from wanting to continue my studies at university, which will ultimately put me on the back foot when I'm starting out in life. I know you’ve heard it all before, in fact many of you may have experienced this yourself. Especially, if this involves departing home and having to do everything yourself, in my experience this will total to about £45,000 ($56,000) in debt. But its no secret that there are countless credible sources that show the majority of degrees, bar the likes of medicine and dentistry etc, wont be making enough of a sufficient income after 5 years to make considerable repayments to these loans whilst allowing the graduates to live comfortably.
  • Josh Firmin
    Published 14 days ago
    3 Tips for acing your law exams
  • Kay-Ann Johnson
    Published 15 days ago
    What is an actuary?
  • Jim Giles
    Published 17 days ago
    Going for a PhD at 65 years old

    Going for a PhD at 65 years old

    One is never to old to learn. They say you can't teach an old dog new tricks. I disagree with not teaching an old dog new tricks. I got my BA in Spanish at 21 and my MBA at 23 and became a professor at 27. I was one of the youngest professors in my university. I am now studying for my PhD in Higher Education at the age of 65, going on 66 in two months. I still have a lot of energy and a sharp mind. I started a DBA in Organizational Behavior two years ago and got mostly A's and B's at the doctoral level. I was working on my PhD in Education last year, and got 100's on doctoral research papers.
  • VishwaPatel
    Published 17 days ago
    INIFD Interior Designing Institute in Rajkot

    INIFD Interior Designing Institute in Rajkot

    Interior Design Rajkot - INIFD Interior Designing Institute in Rajkot
  • VishwaPatel
    Published 17 days ago
    INIFD Fashion Designing Institute in Rajkot

    INIFD Fashion Designing Institute in Rajkot

    Fashion Design Rajkot - INIFD Fashion Designing Institute in Rajkot
  • Stephine Ricker
    Published 18 days ago
    Processing in Career (2)

    Processing in Career (2)

    For my understanding of screening and sorting theory, I had to figure out what that is referring to. I couldn't make the connection. Suffering the internet, I came across that it means the Theory of Screening, Education, and Distribution of Income. "If education provides information with skills, then it is providing a "commodity." If the market "fails,"; and the social returns differ from private performances, they have examined the market allocation of resources to education and the structure of the educational system, which would emerge from a simplified political process in a highly idealized setting." (Stiglitz, 1975).
  • Stephine Ricker
    Published 19 days ago
    Processing in Career

    Processing in Career

    A sociologist uses many supportive statements for his evidence on the human capital model. In the following, I will explain how he uses the quotes to back up his testimony. “The number of graduates degrees also contuses to rise—masters’ have doubled since 1980 and record numbers are enrolled in master’s programs, a recent article in The New York Times reported” (Corrigall-Brown, 2016). I believe this opens the window to express why this is so important to making note that the sociologist is pressing onto a developing matter here. As he pitches the numbers in a fashion to grab the readers’ attention to the awakening factor of our developing world, it makes developing change to more education.
  • Craig Middleton
    Published 21 days ago
    How to Increase Your Job Marketability During a Pandemic

    How to Increase Your Job Marketability During a Pandemic

    The COVID-19 global pandemic has caused massive disruption to the employment landscape. Tens of millions of Americans joined in the unemployment rolls in a matter of weeks, and the outlook is uncertain for many more.
  • Louis Rolen
    Published 25 days ago
    Everything to know about MS Occupational Psychology Abroad

    Everything to know about MS Occupational Psychology Abroad

    If you are someone who loves to work in a large organization and want to solve conflicts, a career in occupational psychology might be the best option for you. A master’s in occupational psychology is the best way to enter this field and be a part of an organization to make sure it is operating smoothly, inside out.
  • Thomas l Hammond Jr
    Published about a month ago
    2020 The Pandemic Shutdown Class

    2020 The Pandemic Shutdown Class

    I never new my last college experience would be one for the history books. I am legally blind and had struggled my first college experience and finished with a certificate. The fact that I was legally blind rendered me from getting employment for over 7 years,then I was doing a temporary job in the field I had a certificate in H VAC/R doing duct work. The employer I worked for found out I was a registered Technician and ask me why don t you go get your needed credentials for the field ? so I decided to check in to it and found out I could possibly get an Associates in Applied Science with H VAC/R as my program. I struggled the first semester with my eye and magnifications. Well then one of my instructors realized I could not see as well as most ,so he decided to help me with extra lighting and it helped not only with my seeing but my enthusiasm and confidence.I really wanted this so I could open a business in that field. I had barely passed all my classes and we had a break in between semesters. I went back for the rest of what I needed to graduate and was doing OK except for the math and psychology. I was really worried then all of a sudden out of no where the COVID 19 Virus hit and then the shutdown of all the colleges. I was in shock when I found out what now I can not go back then we were able to log in and do the courses on line . The online schedule for the classes was we had more than 3 weeks to catch up on man was that a shock. 5 full time classes on line and over 10 test and 50 assignments to do,I really panicked. I was not going to get my degree then I talked to the director of my program and instructors who talked to the dean. I was so uptight and praying about it then a miracle happened,I was contacted and they said they had adjusted my degree program and it was accepted and I would be receiving my degree. I was so excited and thanking all who were involved and God for the miracle and so I am a graduate of 2020 the class of the Pandemic Shutdown.