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Ayrshire College students were delighted to once again deliver Ayrshire Hospice’s fantastic ‘Simply For You’ programme at the college’s Ayr campus.

‘Simply For You’ is an informal workshop designed to boost confidence and morale for ladies struggling with changes to their appearance.

Amid lots of fun, laughter and pampering, the Ayrshire Hospice ladies picked up a few style and colour tips from the students while enjoying the friendly support of other women facing similar challenges.

Students at Ayrshire College have been supporting the programme since 2014.

This year the Make-Up Artistry and Beauty students provided facials, hand care and make-up sessions, and colour analysis to the hospice women.

The day was a resounding success, summed up best by one of the ladies who attended. She said “I’ve had a great time! It’s been nice learning some new ideas from the young ones who are training. The Ayrshire Hospice team have been fantastic again.”

Lisa Flint, Curriculum Manager of Hair, Beauty, Complementary Therapy and Make-up at Ayrshire College, said “We were delighted to hold our first ‘Simply for You’ programme at the Ayr campus. The relationship we have built over the past couple of years with the Ayrshire Hospice provides our learners with invaluable real-life experience whilst supporting our local community.

“I am extremely proud of the professionalism, knowledge and high standard of treatments the learners provided. They were true ambassadors for Ayrshire College and have gained more insight into the Ayrshire Hospice. The feedback from guests and students proved that this was a huge success and a very enjoyable day for all involved. We are looking forward to holding our next event.”

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How’s this for an unforgettable weekend? Take a class on a Friday night—or a couple classes on Saturday and Sunday—and before you know it, you’ll have earned an AA or AS degree.

When you register now for NCC’s Weekend College, you’ll have access to more than 150 courses and many of the same degree programs we offer during weekdays and nights — from liberal arts and accounting to business administration and criminal justice.


Through Weekend College, a student may complete any of the following degree or certificate programs:

  • AA or AS degree in Liberal Arts
  • AS degree in Accounting
  • AS degree in Business Administration
  • AS degree in Criminal Justice
  • Certificate in Paralegal Studies
  • HS Equivalency – 24 Credit Program

You may also take distance education/online courses in nearly every subject or through our “College of the Air” program.

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Advisement and help with registration are available at the Office of Weekend College during the week as well as on most weekends from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

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Wouldn’t it be great to earn college credit for your life experience? At NCC, you can do just that. We’ll match your life experiences with college course content so you can earn academic credit for what you’ve learned in the school of life.

You may also accelerate your studies through our College-Level Examination Program (CLEP). If you receive qualifying scores on the CLEP test, you may earn college credit in the areas of business, composition and literature, foreign language, history and social sciences, and science and mathematics.


If the next step along your educational plan isn’t clear, visit our academic advising program or contact our office directly at 516.572.7832. When calling Friday night or on the weekend please call 516.572.7832, ext 25464. Your advisor will help you develop a solid plan to achieve your goals—from registration to graduation.


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Thank you for your interest in the Lee College nursing programs. The Lee College administration, faculty, and staff are committed to student success and strive to help students become nurses. We continuously review and assess program outcomes and student achievement, utilizing data to drive decision-making within the nursing programs. We have a variety of ways student achievement is measured, and we recognize that variables exist, affecting student outcome data. The student achievement measures include graduates’ success on the licensure and/or certification examination, students’ completion of the nursing program within 150 percent of the program length, and graduates ability to obtain a job. For more information regarding the student achievement data, please contact the nursing office at 281.425.6229.

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It is recommended that the applicant complete some or all of the general education courses in the curriculum prior to entry into the program. After successful completion of this program, the graduate is eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses. Upon passing the examination, the graduate is licensed as a Registered Nurse. Job opportunities include hospitals, clinics, home health care facilities, long-term care facilities, industry, and specialty health care hospital units. The registered nurse works within the scope of nursing as defined by the Nursing Practice Act in the State of Texas.

Lee College Nursing Division is committed to lifelong learning and encourage students to continue their education. Lee College Nursing Division has articulation agreements for RN-BSN programs with Lamar University, Texas Tech University, and Chamberlain University. Once the Associate Degree Nursing graduate passes the NCLEX-RN exam, they are eligible to transition to a BSN program. Articulation agreements make this transition seamless. Students interested in pursuing RN-BSN programs should contact the nursing admissions or the counseling office for more information.

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Studying at a large university comes with many pros and cons. Consider the following if you re still trying to decide whether attending a big college is the right path for you

  • Class Size: It goes without saying that larger universities have more students than smaller colleges. This presents the opportunity for students to network with more people who come from diverse backgrounds and cultures. However, it also requires students to be accustomed to attending lectures with hundreds of students in a classroom. Because lectures are so big and generally do not allow for students to ask questions and engage, many big institutions also have discussion sessions to go with lectures where classes are essentially broken down into smaller groups to encourage student participation.
  • Faculty: Teachers and staff are often experts in their fields at big universities. However, with class sizes being overwhelmingly big, it may be a challenge for students to have a more one-on-one learning experience with their professors unless they set aside time outside of class to ask questions.
  • Extracurricular Activities: Big colleges offer a vast variety of activities to choose from, whether it be sports, Greek life, academic societies, etc. With a larger student body involved in each activity, it can be more difficult to break into each activity than at a smaller college.
  • Courses: If you re looking to explore your options and dabble in multiple academic programs, a large university may be right for you. Big colleges offer more curriculum than you could imagine, and you ll definitely have the opportunity to try out a variety of majors, minors, and concentrations. This expansive learning environment allows students to really explore their interests and abilities before determining which field(s) is best for them.
  • Social Life: For those who socialize best in big groups or crowds and enjoy meeting new people all the time, attending a large university will allow just that. There are also more academic groups to join to connect with other students studying the same things or sharing the same interests.

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With very little hand-holding from professors and faculty, it can be really easy to get lost in a swarm of students at the biggest colleges, so it s important to plan ahead for your success if you plan to study at one. Here are some pointers to get you started:

  • Don t procrastinate.
    • While it might be the natural state of most college students, procrastination often causes unnecessary stress, especially if things don t go as planned at the very last minute. Getting started on assignments early gives students the time to ask peers or their professors questions before turning it in if needed, for example. Finishing an assignment early allows for reviewing and fine-tuning if desired, and the ease of mind that it s done!
  • Eat well, and be well.
    • It s easy to get caught up and stressed over piles of reading and other assignments. We get it. However, without good health, there will be no good grades! Believe it or not, your overall well-being directly affects how you perform as a student, whether it be in the classroom, library, or your own room. Ditch the instant noodles and soda, and try a quinoa bowl, some fruits, and green juice instead.
    • In addition to eating well, being well is crucial, too. This means setting aside at least 30 minutes a day for physical activity, whether it be going out for a walk, lifting weights at the gym, or doing yoga in your living room. Working out helps to relax muscles that may tense up during study sessions, too.
  • Network.
    • You may have heard the saying, It s not always about what you know, but rather, who you know. A big perk of studying at a large university is the vast number of individuals in the same boat attending the same college, studying the same field, interested in similar things, etc. With this advantage, it is important for students to put in time and effort into networking with other students. The benefits of networking will not only bring you a long way during your college years, but in the years to come, for potentially the rest of your life and career, too!
  • Ask questions.
    • Don t be afraid to ask questions early on if you re not understanding a concept, or are curious about how something works that isn t explained in the textbook or lectures. If you never ask, you ll never know! Larger universities offer a multitude of learning resources, and it is ultimately up to the student to take full advantage of it.
  • Participate in class whenever possible.
    • Participation not only gets teachers to know and remember you, it s also a great way to get feedback on what you know and where you can improve. It is essentially a form of active learning, and can take the form of engaging on a topic of discussion in a study group, or answering a question that a professor asks in class, for example.

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The nursing profession is constantly evolving to meet the needs of health care systems and patients. The most recent major innovation is the introduction of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) degrees. Based on recommendations from the Institute of Medicine, the Joint Commission, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing (as well as other educational institutions) began transitioning advanced practice nursing programs to the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree level and created the CNL area of concentration in our MSN program.

In line with this effort, Pitt Nursing is no longer accepting applications for admissions to the MSN in Nursing Administration area of concentration, as of February 2016. The profession still needs nurse leaders with training and advanced knowledge in management, quality, safety, and expertise at the point of care. Thus, prospective students are encouraged to consider applying to our master’s degree program in the CNL area of concentration. which prepares you to be an effective leader of efforts to coordinate care across the continuum of health care service, improve patient safety, deliver effective and efficient care in a fiscally responsible manner, and to test and implement evidence-based practice innovations. The CNL program, ranked third in U.S. New World Report’s 2016 Best Graduate Schools, is offered both on-campus and online through Pitt Online.

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    Respiratory therapy is a popular career choice for those wishing to enter the health care field. Respiratory therapy programs at Ontario colleges prepare students to apply for certification to become registered respiratory therapists. From there, graduates can work in both home care and public health care settings, assisting patients with cardiopulmonary abnormalities or deficiencies.

    If you re interested in helping people in need and can see yourself specializing in respiratory care, here s what you need to know. More

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    Ontario college respiratory therapy programs combine in-class theory with hands-on training and lab work. Core courses in anatomy and physiology provide a foundational knowledge of the human body, while classes on arterial blood gases and anesthesia give information targeted to respiratory therapy.

    Practical classes such as cardiac function testing, mechanical ventilation and respiratory care procedures will help you build the skills you need to assess and treat patients. You will then put these skills into practice through a clinical placement or hospital practicum.

    General Respiratory Therapy Program Requirements

    Respiratory therapy programs require an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent, including a grade 12 English and grade 12 mathematics credit. Additional senior science credits will be required but will vary by institution, so be sure to check each institution s requirements closely.

    A medical history and background check may also be required.

    Note: To become a licensed respiratory therapist, graduates of respiratory therapy programs must complete the Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists (CSRT) certification exam. Graduates may also wish to continue their education in a graduate studies program specializing in anesthesia assistance (or other health care program).

    Respiratory Therapy Jobs and Salaries

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    Other career opportunities can be found in sales. maintenance, education and consulting positions.

    The average starting salary for respiratory therapy graduates is roughly $50,000, with the potential to increase with experience and skill level.

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    To all of our new members from the class of 2017, WELCOME to the Old Ignatians Union. We hope this website will enable you to engage with class mates and keep you up to date with what is happening in the OIU.

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    Welcome to the new OIU Website! This is the new one-stop-shop for keeping up to date with the latest news from the OIU, updating your bio and contact details; signing up for volunteering opportunities, and interacting with your classmates. We hope that you will share where you ve been, what you are up to and what you re interested in. We encourage you to talk to each other, to engage with each other, and hope you enjoy using the new Old Ignatians Online Community!

    If you are currently registered with the OIU. simply log in using your email address and your auto-generated password. If you are unsure about your password, but know the email address you registered with, simply follow the reset password prompts.

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    The Old Ignatians Union was officially established in 1897 with the aim of sustainaing and strengthening the connection Old Boys have with each other, and with the Saint Ignatius College, Riverview.

    Members can connect with each other in various ways. There are Old Ignatians Sports Clubs. Class and Country Reunions and the OIU Annual Dinner provide Old Boys with an opportunity to re-connect with lost classmates, continue long-lasting friendships, and make new ones. There are also opportunities for members to forge business connections and establish mentoring partnerships.

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    A Preached 30-day Retreat text.
    Given by Fr. John Sheets, S.J.

    Preparatory Document for the next Synod of Bishops (October 2018) on Youth, Faith and Vocational Discernment, including a survey.

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    Pope Francis issued Apostolic Letter
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    Read this beautiful letter. renewing our sense of Mercy for our time today. Share the link on Facebook and email it to friends.

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    “Bikadelic” is an acrylic on canvas painting by Kaitlin Vadla.

    By Zirrus VanDevere, for the Redoubt Reporter

    I recently was invited to help judge the current Kenai Peninsula College Student Exhibit with Cathleen Rolph, and found it to be a difficult task because there were so many wonderful pieces to consider. That is a great sign for an exhibit that has many first-year students, and speaks volumes about the quality of instruction occurring there.

    The Juror’s Choice Award went to already accomplished artist Chris Banas for his self-portrait in pastel. The bold, confident lines and poignant rendering is, in my opinion, quite simply the way portraits should be done. My sense upon coming across it was that it moved me to want to know the artist as well as the subject (which, it turned out, were one in the same in this case). I didn’t have any trouble casting my vote in that direction.

    By Zirrus VanDevere for the Redoubt Reporter

    “Hieroglyphic Morning” by Jayne Jones is part of the art faculty exhibit at the Gary L. Freeburg Gallery at Kenai Peninsula College’s Kenai River Campus through Sept. 15.

    It’s time again for the faculty art exhibit at the Gary L. Freeburg Gallery at Kenai Peninsula College’s Kenai River Campus, and it looks like it’s going to be an interesting year.

    The most intriguing offering is Celia Anderson’s large-format painting on paper called “Tricksters.” In it, ravens appear to be tearing up an American flag, scrap by scrap, and flying off with the pieces. It is left to the viewer to decide who or what the tricksters represent, I suppose, and most folks are likely to have an opinion about it. I love the piece for its more formal delights — the vibrant brushstrokes and well-handled composition create a work that is dynamic and entirely engaging. If ravens were to pick it apart, I think each scrap would be an amazing little painting.

    Right beside it sits a mixed-media piece by Kathleen Rolph, where a puppetlike version of a raven sits in a birch “tree,” and two adorable babies sit in a nest. From what I know about these types of events, it is likely synchronicity rather than planning at play, so it was fun to see. Continue reading

    Photos courtesy of Central Kenai Peninsula Photograph Collection. Ed Kimbrall and his son, Edward, pose with a large rainbow trout in front of Ed’s old pickup in 1960.

    When Marge Mullen drove home one day in 1998 and discovered three small cardboard beer boxes on her front porch, she had no idea where the contents of those boxes would lead her. Today the contents comprise a portion of an important historical collection that was just made available to public viewing this spring.

    The boxes contained a few odds and ends, but mainly photographs — piles of photographs, many of them dating back more than 30 years — and no note indicating who had delivered them, or why. Mullen carried the boxes inside and began examining the images. She found familiar scenes from peninsula history, in addition to dozens of photographs chronicling the devastation that the 1964 Good Friday Earthquake had wrought in Seward, Anchorage and along Turnagain Arm.

    A short time later, her telephone rang. The caller was Freddie Billingslea, who admitted to the surprise delivery. She told Mullen that the photos had been taken by Dick Mommsen, who, along with Billingslea and her husband, had begun the Kalifonsky Nordic Ski Club in the late 1960s. After Mommsen died, she found herself with his photos; Mullen’s affiliation with the Soldotna Historical Society may have made her seem the ideal candidate to hold onto and find some use for Mommsen’s pictures.

    “Why Freddie gave them to me, I don’t know,” Mullen said, “but that was the start of the whole thing. Shortly after that — I don’t know how the word got around — Mary Pat King from Jeff King’s guide service bought Loren Stewart’s old house, and down in the basement were these pingpong tables full of, again, old beer boxes — with cobwebs and spiders and mouse droppings.” Continue reading

    By Naomi Klouda

    Photo by Naomi Klouda, Homer Tribune. Kenai Peninsula College anthropology professor Alan Boraas leads a tour through the now-abandoned Kalifornsky Village.

    An indentation in the earth indicates a home site dating back to A.D. 1200, a clue left behind by ancient Dena’ina peoples who once inhabited a now-abandoned village.

    Semi-subterranean homes were used by all Native Arctic and sub-Arctic peoples of Alaska, said anthropologist Alan Boraas, leading a village tour for his Kenai Peninsula College anthropology students. The house site is made more impressive by a square offshoot on the back of the earthen home, giving modern people a more intimate glimpse.

    “It could have been a back bedroom, or a bathing room where steam was used,” he said.

    The main room had benches on the side, a fire crib filled with sand and firewood at the center for what people craved: “Fireside therapy,” Boraas said.

    This is the first year Boraas has taught a long-distance education course available to students at KPC’s Kachemak Bay Campus, as well as students at Soldotna’s Kenai River Campus. Distance education was an experience that didn’t always sit right.

    “I couldn’t see my students’ eyes,” he lightly complained, standing now before most all of his 20 students at an abandoned graveyard. He had just read a story told by Peter Kalifornsky at the side of Kalifornsky’s grave.

    If ghosts are real, then it seemed amongst the drooping spruce boughs and dried leaves, at least one might be listening. This would be the preferred way to teach a class that focused on the Kenai Peninsula’s indigenous peoples — in person, around the actual sites, respectfully calling up stories heavy with meanings and now preserved, thanks to Kalifornsky’s memorizations.

    The long-distance class involved Boraas sitting at a table under the eye of a video camera while teaching his Kenai River Campus class. A television monitor in Homer broadcasts the lecture to students at the Kachemak Bay Campus. The tour was the first time they all met in person.

    That’s a lot different from oral tradition the anthropologist has enjoyed: his work with one of the last speakers of the Kenai Dena’ina.

    Kalifornsky, known as Uncle Pete to tribal members, was born in 1911 at Kalifornsky Village and died in Kenai in 1993. In addition to being a fluent speaker, he was a prolific writer. His 1991 “A Dena’ina Legacy: K’tl’egh’i Sukdu,” edited by James Kari and Boraas, is a collection of his writings between 1972 and 1990 and was a winner of the 1992 American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation. Continue reading

    By Zirrus VanDevere, for the Redoubt Reporter

    “Good Things Come in Threes,” by Patty Youngren, is part of a student show on display this month at Kenai Peninsula College’s Kenai River Campus.

    There’s plenty to find interesting at the student exhibition currently on view at the Gary L. Freeburg Gallery at Kenai Peninsula College’s Kenai River Campus. The photography and pastel work are profuse and generally excellent, and the scant examples of nonwatercolor painting and printmaking on fiber are notable, as well.

    “Good Things Come in Threes,” an acrylic painting by Patty Youngren, is a lot of fun, with colorfully bold and dynamic painting defining something as mundane as three cans of paint. The heavy strokes pulling downward in the background make the harmless cans seem ominous and slightly unsettling. I respond well to any amount of conceptualism in art, and this one seems to be moving in that direction. Void of much of a sense of conceptualism, but interesting to look at, nonetheless, are Sherril Miller’s “Spawned” and Juanita Hillhouse’s “Kinetic Frog.” They are each examples of a polychromatic screen print. Continue reading

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    Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Program

    Program Overview

    This program specifically prepares teachers for the diversity of languages and cultures often encountered in California’s public school classrooms. It prepares candidates to address the needs of students who speak English as a native language and/or as a second language in the elementary school setting. An underlying principle of the program is the belief that all children (regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, ability or economic status) are capable of learning and educators can make a difference in their lives. Emphasis is placed on the K-8 student as actively engaged in his/her learning.

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    • HIST 361 Modern Latin American History (3)
    • EDML 617 The Socio-cultural Context of Schooling (3)
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    Tuition at the community colleges also has increased from $11 a credit hour to $18 a credit hour. and students who paid fees earlier in the summer at the lower rate are now being billed for the extra amount.

    In addition to a $10 per credit hour tuition increase, the board also approved two new fees that will consolidate a number of smaller fees.

    AOTMP University recently unveiled new credit hour packages for online and in-person training and certification programs.

    Officials say students at the state’s 24 technical colleges will now pay $89 per credit hour for standard programs, and average tuition for a full 15hour course load this fall will be $1,335, plus books and fees.

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    “The purpose of Isabella Thoburn College is to provide higher education,
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  • College Day will be celebrated on 4th November, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. A light and sound programme title Aparajita will be staged in the college quadrangle. Shri Arvind Singh Gope, State Minister for Rural Development has kindly consented to be the chief guest.

    On September 1st the College remembers our founder Ms. Isabella Thoburn. The President, Principal s, faculty Students visit the Nishatganj Cemetery to lay a wreath on the grave of our Founder and give thanks to God for her life and vision.Thereafter there will be a service in the auditorium where the students will present a skit on the life of Isabella Thoburn and alumnae will share their experiences with the students.As per traditions, the programme will conclude with the serving of delicious Imli Pana.

    Portal Ceremony marks the initiation of the new students into the Chandbagh family. To create in new students a sense of dedication to the institution and to develop in them a deeper spirit of commitment to values, the Principal, faculty and students formally welcome the new students into the college portals.

    Baccalaureate Day is the day when the Principal of the college gives an exhortation to the outgoing students to go forth into the world in the service of humanity. A special prayer service is held. The faculty, dressed in their academic regalia, lead the procession followed by the Principal and the Chief Guest.

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    With the many demands of life in this day and age, most adults simply do not have the time to spend several years getting a degree. Nevertheless, many busy adults would like a degree to enhance their lives and careers. Therefore, we have simplified and streamlined our Metaphysics PhD program by offering Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral degrees in an accelerated format that takes less time to complete thus allowing students to begin using their degrees sooner. And the best part is that our degree program provides an excellent learning platform that is concentrated, comprehensive, and affordable. We think you’ll find this 21st Century approach to getting your Metaphysics PhD degree a refreshing change from the past century!

    Federal Student Aid, financial aid for military spouses in college.#Financial #aid #for



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    Financial aid for military spouses in college

    The federal government offers several Financial Student Aid Programs. These programs offer you extremely low interest loans and grants (free money). Unlike the GI Bill, these programs are paid by the Dept. of Education through the school; however, like the GI Bill, Federal Student Aid is designed to assist you in meeting the cost of tuition, books, fees, and living expenses while you go to school. That means that once the school has taken its share, the remaining loan or grant balance goes to you.

    Financial Student Aid Eligibility

    It doesn’t matter whether you are active duty, reserve, veteran, retiree, on GI Bill, or not — you should be taking advantage of these programs. There are numerous examples of even senior active duty members receiving federal loans and large grants. Remember: Grants are gifts that you don’t repay!

    Eligibility for most federal student aid is based on financial need and on several other factors. The most basic eligibility requirements to receive federal student aid are as follows:

    • You must be a U.S. citizen or an eligible noncitizen,
    • You must have a valid Social Security number,
    • You must register (if you haven’t already) with the Selective Service, if you’re a male between the ages of 18 and 25,
    • You must maintain satisfactory academic progress (defined as having at least a 2.0 GPA and being on track to graduate within 150% of the normal timeframe) in college or career school, and
    • You must show you’re qualified to obtain a postsecondary education by:
      • having a high school diploma or General Educational Development (GED) certificate;
      • meeting other federally approved standards your state establishes; or
      • completing a high school education in a home school setting approved under state law.

    Readmission Requirements: Was your college enrollment interrupted when you were called to active duty? For information on returning to the college you previously attended, see the Dept. of Education Q A website for guidance on approaching your school when you re ready to reenroll.

    Applying for FSA

    Applying for federal student aid is quicker and easier than ever. You can complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at

    Money Saving Tip: FAFSA is a Free Application for Federal Student Aid; however there are some websites that offer to complete the FAFSA for you, for upwards of $50. The FAFSA form only takes a relatively short time to complete. It is worth your time to complete it yourself.

    Every accredited school that is recognized by the Education Department will be eligible for some form of FSA. The school’s you select will send you information on how to get the funding you need to reach your education goals.

    Available Loans and Grants

    The following table gives you a quick breakdown on some of the types of loans and grants, applications, current interest rates and monetary limits:

    Online Bachelor of General Studies Degree and Education Programs #online #schools #for


    Online Bachelor of General Studies Degree and Education Programs

    Essential Information

    Similar to a major in liberal studies or liberal arts, a general studies degree does not train students for a specific career upon graduation, but it provides them with highly valued job qualifications, such as leadership, communication and critical thinking. Students can find these programs at many traditional four-year schools as well as some private online institutions. Most programs are fully available online, and they can lead to either a bachelor’s or an associate’s degree.

    Several universities give students credit toward the online general studies program for military service, work experience, completed college certificate programs or successful completion of exams, such as Advanced Placement (AP), College-Level Examination Programs (CLEP) and Defense Activity for Nontraditional Education Support (DANTES).

    Find schools that offer these popular programs

    • General Studies
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    Bachelor’s in General Studies

    Online bachelor’s degrees in general studies can vary widely depending on the school, but students can typically tailor programs to their interests and goals. Some programs offer distance learners the option to focus their studies in multiple areas, such as business, education, sociology or English, among others.

    Schools usually require students in these programs to complete general education coursework, two to three minors and then fulfill the rest of the degree requirements with electives. Bachelor’s degrees take around four years to earn, but some programs will award an associate’s degree in general studies after two years of study.

    Course Topics

    Curricula in general studies programs encompass a wide range of disciplines. Students usually take one or more classes in arts and humanities, behavioral sciences, business administration, education, science and mathematics. A sample curriculum might include:

    • Classical studies
    • Philosophy
    • Biology
    • College mathematics
    • History
    • Economics
    • Sociology
    • Political science

    Online Learning

    Most distance learning general studies programs can be completed totally online. Schools often target working adults when designing these programs, which can allow flexibility with not only course options but also scheduling. For instance, online classes may be offered for a standard 16 weeks or in a more condensed 8-week format; others may be self-paced. These courses are usually interactive, allowing students to communicate with classmates and the instructor and submit assignments electronically via Blackboard or a similar content management system.

    In online bachelor’s degree programs in general studies, students have the opportunity to get a broad liberal arts education with a focus on a particular discipline of interest. The distance learning format is ideal for students with external scheduling constraints, like a full-time job.

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    List of Law Schools in California

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.S.W.; J.D./Ph.D. History; J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./Ph.D. Political Science; Health Law Masters in Advanced Studies

    Student activities: In support of our desire to be what law school ought to be , we offer numerous Student activities. including two law journals; trial, negotiation and appellate teams; and many diverse student organizations which address a variety of legal and social issues. Our competition teams have successfully competed in tournaments throughout the country.

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; LL.M. in Taxation Law

    Student activities: We have three law journals in which students participate: The Chapman Law Review; NeXus Law Journal; and the Chapman Journal of Criminal Justice. We also have active competition teams at the trial and appellate levels and in skills areas such as negotiations and client counseling. Our Student Bar Association is very active and sponsors numerous student organizations.

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./Ph.D.

    Student activities: GGU Law has a diverse and enthusiastic student body. Our students have established and maintain over thirty student organizations, which reflect a variety of social and professional interests. GGU students are also members of numerous local and national specialty bar associations. GGU supports three law reviews and legal journals, several moot court competitions and an active student government.

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.

    Student activities: Loyola Entertainment Law Review, Loyola of Los Angeles International Comparative Law Review, Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review. Scott Moot Court, National Moot Court, ABA Moot Court, Jessup Intl Moot Court, Byrne Trial Advocacy, Rich Patent Moot Court Competition, Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration. More than 30 student organizations reflect its diverse, active student body.

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.D.R.; J.D./M.P.P.; J.D./M.Div.

    Student activities: Four journals: the Law Review, Dispute Resolution Law Journal, Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judges, and the Journal for Entrepreneurship and Business Law. We have extensive inter- and intra-school trial and appellate advocacy programs, and numerous and varied student organizations on campus.

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.

    Student activities: Student-run law journals include the Santa Clara Review, the Computer High Technology Law Journal and the Journal of International Law, each holding annual symposiums on emerging legal issues. The internal Galloway Criminal Law Moot Court Competition is open to all Santa Clara Law Students, with the Law School sponsoring 8 to 12 teams to compete in external moot courts around the country.

    Joint degrees awarded: N/A

    Student activities: Law Review; Journal of International Law; Journal of International Media and Entertainment Law; Moot Court Honors Program; Trial Advocacy Honors Program; Negotiation teams; 35+ student organizations; community outreach programs; public interest law fellowships and summer work grants.

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./Ph.D.; J.D./M.D.; J.D./M.P.A.; J.D./M.A.; J.D./M.S.; J.D./M.P.P.

    Student activities: Stanford students publish 8 journals. More information on each can be found at The Law School is also home to more than 60 student organizations. See Intra- and extramural moot court and mock trial competitions abound, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals visits annually.

    Joint degrees awarded: JD / MBA

    Student activities: The School has developed an academic program and overall environment that encourages individual student achievement. With an active Academic Success program and a Bar Preparation program, the School focuses on individual student achievement and success. There are over forty student organizations that provide opportunities for special concentrations.

    Joint degrees awarded: N/A

    Student activities: Students work on eight law journals focusing on vital issues of public importance; participate in a thriving moot court and trial advocacy program; and are active in over 50 student organizations. Hastings students have a strong tradition of creating public service projects and programs, including programs that provide legal services to indigent people in San Francisco.

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./Ph.D. Jurisprudence Social Policy; J.D./M.A. Public Policy; J.D./M.A. Energy Resources; J.D./M.A. Social Welfare; J.D./M.A. Economics; J.D./Ph.D. English; J.D./M.A. Journalism; J.D./Ph.D. Computer Science; J.D./M.A. Psychology; J.D./M.A. Political Science; J.D./M.A. City and Regional Planning; J.D./M.A. Business Administration

    Student activities: Berkeley Law offers a wide range of opportunities to students outside of the classroom. In keeping with the law school’s spirit of cooperative education, journal membership is open to all students and first-year students are encouraged to participate. The wide array of unique student organizations at Berkeley Law reflects a devoted willingness to dedicate time to activities outside the classroom.

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.S.; J.D./M.A.; J.D./M.C.P.

    Student activities: Cooperation and collegiality define student life ( 5 journals: UC Davis Law Review; Environs; UC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy; UC Davis Journal of Juvenile Law and Policy; Business Law Journal (electronic and print); extensive appellate and trial advocacy; parent co-operative nursery for law students’ babies; Law Student Assoc. and 30+ student groups.

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.A. Urban Planning; J.D./M.A. American Indian Studies; J.D./M.S.W.; J.D./M.P.P.; J.D./M.A. African American Studies; J.D./M.P.H.

    Student activities: UCLA Law students participate in more than 50 student organizations and law publications, including the Federalist Society, Sports Law Federation, International Law Society, Public Interest Law Fund, UCLA Law Review, Chicano-Latino Law Review and Entertainment Law Review. The UCLA Moot Court Program, recognized as one of the finest in the country, helps students develop appellate advocacy skills.

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.P.A.

    Student activities: The Journal of Juvenile Law is the College of Law’s nationally recognized law review. Students compete at the national level in moot court competitions involving criminal procedure, entertainment law, cybercrimes and more. A variety of student organizations sponsor events and activities, both social and educational, throughout the academic year.

    Joint degrees awarded: JD-MBA; JD-International-MBA; JD-MA International Relations

    Student activities: Nearly 40 organizations serve the student body, ranging from special interest groups to the San Diego Law Review and the International Law Journal. The Moot Court Board oversees a number of activities including the McLennon Honors Competition, which has featured justices of the US Supreme Court as presiding judges. The USD Mock Trial Team regularly ranks as one of the finest in the nation.

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.

    Student activities: USF has a wide range of activities. Student editors publish 4 scholarly journals. Students compete in regional national trial competitions. Frequent symposia and panels provide exchanges among students, faculty, alumni, and visitors. Over 40 student groups reflect the diversity and varied interests of our community. Volunteer/pro-bono activities offered through Law in Motion Service Program.

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.A. Economics; J.D./M.A. International Relations; J.D./M.P.A.; J.D./M.S.W.; J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.B.T.; J.D./M.A. Communications Management; J.D./M.R.E.D.; J.D./M.A. Philosophy; J.D./M.S. Gerontology; J.D./M.P.P.; J.D./Ph.D.; J.D./Pharm.D.

    Student activities: 3 student-run journals (Southern California Law Review; Interdisciplinary Law Review; Review of Law and Social Justice). Public Interest Law Foundation among the nation’s largest and most active public interest student groups, offering 25 summer public interest grants annually. Hale Moot Court Honors Program as well as nationally competitive teams. Over 30 diverse student organizations.

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.; J.D./M.S. M.I.S.; J.D./M.P.P.A.; J.D./M.Acc.

    Student activities: Over 35 professional, social, and academic student organizations represent the breadth of interests and diversity of our student community. Two student law reviews offer the opportunity to contribute to legal scholarship at the national and international levels. Many students serve on competition teams which represent the law school in interscholastic competitions regionally and nationally.

    Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.B.A.

    Student activities: Law Review; Moot Court Team; 16 student organizations, including American Trial Lawyers Association, Asian Pacific-American Law Students Association, Black Law Students Association, Business Law Association, Christian Legal Society, Criminal Law Association, Entertainment and Sports Law Society; International Law Students Association, Latino Student Bar Association, Phi Alpha Delta, and more.

    Joint degrees awarded: N/A

    Student activities: Whittier Journal of Child and Family Advocacy; Moot Court; Honors Board; Trial Advocacy Honors Board; Whittier Law Review; National Juvenile Law Moot Court.

    College of dupage nursing program #college #of #dupage #nursing #program



    Curriculum NUR.NUR.AAS (C218A) Nursing, Associate Degree
    Curriculum NUR.PNU.CERT (C317D) Nursing, Practical

    Triton s Nursing program provides students with a basic knowledge of nursing theory and practice, humanities, and social and biological sciences. Clinical experiences are provided in a variety of settings. Graduates earn an associate in applied science degree and qualify to sit for the National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX) for the registered nurse. Students may choose to sit for the NCLEX for the practical nurse after successful completion of the first two semesters of the program and NUR 190 ◊. Students are required to achieve a satisfactory score on a standardized comprehensive nursing exam prior to graduation with a Practical Nursing certificate or associate in applied science degree. Students who are unsuccessful in completing the PN or RN standardized comprehensive nursing exams, during enrollment in NUR 190 ◊ or NUR 290 ◊, may enroll in NUR 095 for Practical Nurse certificate or Associate in Applied Science degree (AAS) completion. Candidates for the PN and RN-NCLEX are required by law to meet fingerprinting requirements, submit to a criminal background check and report conviction of any criminal offenses as part of the licensure application process. The program is approved by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, 100 West Randolph, Suite 9-300, Chicago, IL 60601, (312/814-4500). The associate in applied science degree is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta GA 30326 (800/669-1656), website: The Practical Nurse Certificate is a non-accredited certificate program.

    Admission is determined by a point system based on a nursing pre-entrance test, Grade Point Average for college level prerequisite courses (RHT 101 ◊, PSY 100 ◊, and BIS 136 ◊ or BIS 240 ◊), and previous college academic history. Candidates are required to meet CPR, health, criminal background check with no findings, alcohol breath testing and drug screening requirements prior to entry into the clinical setting. Preference is given to candidates who are permanent residents of Triton College s district. Nursing is a selective admission program with preference for admission given to the most highly qualified individuals for the available seats. Nursing courses have a higher tuition rate and fees.

    • High school graduation or GED
    • Attendance at a Nursing Information Session is highly recommended
    • Triton College Placement Test, with scores permitting entrance into MAT 085 (or higher) and RHT 101 ◊
    • Satisfactory scores on the nursing admission test*
    • Computer proficiency (word processing, email, internet use) as evidenced by transcripts, employer documentation or completion of CIS 100 ◊

    PREREQUISITE COURSES — All prerequisite courses must be completed with grade of C or better

    Algebra (MAT 085 or higher)

    **PRE-ADMISSION COURSES — Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5 to 4.0 or better is required for all three of the college-level pre-admission courses. All pre-admission courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.

    *All math and all science courses must be completed within five (5) years of program entry.

    *The five-year limit for BIS 101 ◊ may be waived, provided that BIS 136 ◊ or BIS 240 ◊ is taken within five (5) years of program entry.

    *Students may be admitted pending successful completion of Introduction to Nursing Academics (NUR 105 ◊) with a minimum grade of B . This course is required for all students who:

    • meet the minimum standard criteria on the pre-nursing admission test AND/OR
    • earned a C grade in the biology, chemistry, anatomy and physiology prerequisites, AND/OR
    • graduated from high school within eight months of entry into the Nursing program

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    Ontario Fire College #online #fire #college


    Ontario Fire College

    Ontario Fire College

    Background – In operation since 1949, the Ontario Fire College’s primary responsibility is to develop and deliver academically sound educational/training programs to meet the needs of both today’s and tomorrow’s fire service. The main objective of the Ontario Fire College programs and courses is to assist our student-learners to become the best-trained and most professional members of the Ontario fire service. We offer training and education programs which are based on the Ontario Fire Service Standards. Our courses are available to members of any Ontario municipal fire department, whether full-time or volunteer.

    Fire Chiefs or their designate must complete and sign a Training and Education Application Form for each student-learner they wish to register and fax the forms to the Office of the Registrar. Once the application is processed a confirming Status Report will be sent to the fire department.

    The Ontario Fire College continues to implement strategic initiatives to make high quality education and training accessible and available to fire service personnel. The Firefighter Curriculum, which was revised in 2008, is available to all municipal fire departments, and can be found on our Educational Materials website. See Communique #2006-19 for information on how to access this site. Associate Instructor pilot projects, agreements with other post-secondary educational institutions, off-campus delivery of OFC courses, extended use of OFC facilities, and increased numbers of course offerings are examples of these initiatives.

    In addition, partnerships with a growing number of fire service organizations, associations, colleges and universities are helping to meet the ongoing demand for fire service career-path education and training opportunities. On-campus initiatives such as improvements to the classroom and the training ground environments, and the acquisition of state-of-the-art equipment and training aids continue to enhance learning opportunities. The 15-station computer lab, located on the second floor of the residence building, complements the services of the Resource Centre in affording student-learners ready access to research-oriented learning.

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    Nursing Programs in Ohio and Online #hondros #college, #school #of #nursing, #nursing


    Hondros College of Nursing

    Nursing Programs

    The focus of our Nursing Programs at Hondros College of Nursing is to educate professional nurses who enter the workforce of the Ohio communities in which we serve.

    Each member of our administrative, staff, and faculty team wants to see you succeed in your schooling and in your career. Hondros College of Nursing offers three distinct nursing programs:

    • LPN Licensed Practical Nursing
      This campus-based program prepares students to receive their practical nursing diploma to be certified to the Ohio Board of Nursing (OBN) who will determine the student’s eligibility to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX -PN) to become a licensed practical nurse. Students can choose the daytime or evening/weekend schedule. The program can be completed in 12 months.
    • RN Registered Nursing (Associate Degree in Nursing)
      This campus-based program lasts 15 months and prepares students to receive their Associate Degree in Nursing to be certified to the Ohio Board of Nursing (OBN) who will determine the student’s eligibility to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX -RN) to become a registered nurse.
    • RN-BSN Online Completion Program (Bachelor of Science in Nursing)
      This online completion program is designed to provide currently licensed RNs with the training needed to obtain their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. The program can be completed in as few as 24 months. Must be enrolled full-time at an average of 15 quarter credits per term to complete RN-BSN in 24 months.

    Our unique approach to education provides an alternative to traditional two and four year degrees, and provides students more flexibility to balance work, life and family commitments.

    Our Ohio nursing programs are perfect for those just getting started in the nursing field, or LPNs and RNs who are ready to take their career to the next level.

    Hondros College of Nursing’s relationship with hospitals and health care facilities throughout the state of Ohio enables us to understand the skills needed to prepare you for a rewarding career in nursing.

    Your success is our mission. To learn more about our nursing education, please visit us at an Information Session. stop by any of our four Ohio campuses for a tour, or complete the form on this page and we’ll contact you with additional information.

    Click here to view our brochure.

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    Accreditation and Approvals
    College Accreditation: Accredited member, Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), 750 First Street, NE Suite 980, Washington, DC 20002, (202) 336-6780. RN-BSN Programmatic Accreditation: The baccalaureate degree in nursing program at Hondros College of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036, (202) 887-6791. State Approvals for the College: Ohio Board of Nursing (Practical Nursing and Associate Degree in Nursing programs) and Ohio Department of Higher Education (RN-BSN program). Registered with State Board of Career Colleges and Schools: Westerville 13-09-2024T, West Chester 13-09-2027T, Fairborn 13-09-2025T, Independence 13-09-2026T, Maumee TBD. Consumer information available at The Hondros College of Nursing online RN-BSN program is approved and offered through the Westerville Main Campus, located at 4140 Executive Parkway, Westerville, OH 43081. Hondros College of Nursing cannot guarantee employment or salary.

    Contact Hondros College of Nursing at: 1-855-90-NURSE

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    Independence, OH 44131

    Campuses are located in five Ohio regions: Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton, and Toledo.

    Minnesota State – Career and Technical Education #minnesota, #msu, #university, #midwest, #twin


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    Welcome to Career and Technical Education (CTE) at Minnesota State. We partner closely with the Office of College and Career Success at the Minnesota Department of Education to prepare students to enter high skill, high wage or high demand employment in Minnesota.

    What’s new?

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    Why Are Basic College Courses Necessary? #basic #online #college #courses


    Why Are Basic College Courses Necessary?

    Basic college courses provide you with a broader learning experience.

    Many universities require each student to take a basic list of college courses to earn his diploma. While the specific courses and requirements differ from college to college, most schools focus on arts, humanities, English, writing, science and social studies. These core classes provide you with a foundation for reading, writing and critical reasoning. Core classes can also be entertaining and fulfilling. This is your opportunity to explore your interests in a variety of subjects and disciplines.

    Basic Principles

    Students take basic courses because it instills a range of knowledge and skills to take into the real world. The fundamental principles behind basic courses are to teach you how to acquire facts and to think critically and creatively. The broad range of courses ensures your college experience is not too narrowly focused on one topic. This guarantees a math major leaves college still being able to write while a foreign language major still can think analytically.

    Helps You Find A Major

    When you enter college, you might be unsure of your major. With basic courses covering a broad range of subjects, you are exposed to a variety of topics. You might find a topic that you want to explore further and even major in. You also might meet a professor with whom you build a strong relationship, providing you with a mentor for the remainder of college.

    Allows You To Grow

    Basic courses introduce you to people, ideas and experiences that you might never have found. Requiring all students to take basic courses cultivates an environment of openness, Katherine Bergeron, dean at Brown University, said in 2008. Each student is forced to explore different modes of thought and subjects. This provides a freedom to intellectual learning that otherwise would not have been in place.

    Picking Basic Courses

    Most universities offer a list of classes from which you can choose to fulfill your basic course requirements. At the University of Alabama, for example, students must take foreign language, computer science, humanities, literature, fine arts, history, social studies, natural science, mathematics and writing classes. At the University of Chicago, students must take humanities, civilization, arts, natural and mathematical sciences, social sciences, foreign language and physical education. At both schools, there are at least half a dozen classes to pick from to fulfill each requirement, which is typical of other universities. As a way to help you pick your classes, choose those that intrigue you or inspire passion. Meet with your academic advisor and design a plan with your basic courses so you can earn a minor without too many additional courses.


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    “The HDHM education I received in SHATEC has prepared me well for the hotel industry. The scope of the curriculum; and the practical training I received contributed greatly to my ability to rise through the ladder in the industry. In addition, the SHATEC Spark, a value rooted in excellence, equipped me with the attitude to succeed. It was upon this firm foundation which I built and succeeded in my career in hotel management.”

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    The hospitality industry provides abundant opportunities. At the same time, it is a competitive industry. The HDHM programme by SHATEC prepared me well and I was ready to seize opportunities to showcase what I learnt, including taking on managerial responsibilities. And as I continue to grow in my career, my alma mater continues to be a part of it. Now, I am a mentor to young SHATEC students who aspire to succeed in the hospitality industry.”

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    My brother and I have dreams about opening our own bistro someday. I felt that SHATEC was not only a reputable school but was a school that was capable of providing us with the necessary skills and knowledge to steer us onto that path. The teachers here have played a vital role and helped nurture us into young chefs and hoteliers.

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    If you’ve heard of the name SHATEC, you would know that there was where all the famous and successful chefs of today hail from. At SHATEC, the trainers have pushed me to go the distance and in the midst, I’ve learnt new strengths I never thought I possessed. I have the confidence to go forth from here to carving a niche out for myself in the hospitality industry.”

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    SHATEC has the kind of trainers who not only are able to impart critical skills and knowledge but have made lessons just as enjoyable at the same time. It has been a personal dream of mine to be able to set up my own café someday and run my own business. I have confidence that the culinary education here at SHATEC will help me realize the dream.

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    Cheapest Online Colleges in Oklahoma by In State Tutition #cheapest #online #college


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    Online courses offer the advantage of time and location flexibility which can be extremely helpful for those working and attending college simultaneously. Online degrees are a great way for working mothers to further their education while balancing child care duties. In some cases, the cost of online courses is more affordable than attending traditional on-campus classes, especially if you factor in the cost of commuting to class if you don’t live near a traditional campus.

    Our list below of the lowest cost online colleges in Oklahoma is not confined to online-only colleges, but includes all four year colleges in Oklahoma which offer distance learning classes through the internet. Selecting a local college in Oklahoma which offers both online degrees or online classes will give you the option of attending class either in a traditional classroom or online.

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    I realize it’s not in OC, but Cal State LB is pretty close to you, and you could get your bachelor’s in two years in the trimester program. I’m in my sixth semester there and it has been challenging but great. If you really don’t like where you are, look into transferring. There isn’t a waiting list, and I know Saddleback just switched their admissions and now they don’t have a waiting list either. I think Goldenwest does, though, so that might not be your best bet. Good luck!

    I live in Aliso Viejo and I’m on a program at San Bernardino University. It is a long drive, but I don’t mind. I’m a partnership Riverside Community Hospital- CSUSB student and have all of my clinicals at RCH, where I would I will be working after graduating. This is an accelerated program and I will have my BSN in 2 years. I think that having BSN is better. I’ve heard that Long Beach is very impacted and it is hard to get in, so I did’t even try to apply. I’ve applied to San Marcos University, CSUSB and Saddleback. I got into CSUSM, CSUSB and didn’t get into Saddleback, but I didn’t care, since I was already going to CSUSB. It is much easier to get on a program at CSUSB because they accept 80 students 2 x a year. There is one transfer student in my class, she transferred from Loma Linda.

    i really did not want to deal w/a bachelors right now. i already have a ba from years ago, so i just wanted the rn. i heard that saddleback was crazy hard like cypress. is the time commitment outside of class insane? this is my typical tues: class from 800-1130, drive 40 min to hosp to p/u assign, get pat. and fill out paper work for about 1 1/2-2 hrs, drive home 45-1hr, eat dinner, start prep work for oh 3-5 hrs. go to bed hopefullly sleep 6 hrs (most stu sleep w/only 3 or 4, but i refuse, i’m too old ), wed. get up 430, work 630-1600, go home hr drive home, eat, home work 3-5 hrs. hellish, i’m telling you. is this normal for you all? thanks for the info!

    that sounds about normal. i’m attending csulb’s nursing program, but i live in mission viejo (south oc) and have taken classes at saddleback.

    have u tried looking into santa ana college?

    you mentioned you have a BA. some colleges have a 15 month program to get a second bachelor’s in nursing. it’s just as tedious as getting your associate’s degree in nursing too, but at least you’re getting a higher degree for the same work.

    I go to school only 2 times a week T-Th. Last quarter I had clinicals from 6:45 to 12:00 and a lecture from 14:00 to 15:50. Only 7 units, where at Saddleback there are 15 units/semester. Next quarter I will have 11 units and the same days of the week. The clinicals will be the same, but the lecture will be from 13:00 to 17:50. I also have BS degree and I’m not very young. If you will apply to CSULB, they will only consider you for the accelerated 1 y 4 mo program, which is very hard, my friend is on this program.

    saddleback doesn’t have 15 units of nursing a semester. that’s only if you include general education, which many students who enter have already fulfilled. saddleback has an average of 7 units of core nursing a semester.

    Dade Medical College: Nursing Degree Programs #miami #dade #college #nursing


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    Dade Medical College is a Private for-profit institution with a campus in Miami, Florida. The institution is approved to offer nursing programs by the Florida Board of Nursing. The Miami, Florida campus for Dade Medical College is located in a City setting, see the map below. Total enrollment for all degrees including nursing programs is 1,037. The student-to-faculty ratio is 20-to-1.

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    Visit the Dade Medical College website to learn how to apply for the nursing degree programs listed above. We also recommend that all nursing students in Florida periodically review the requirements for a CNA, LPN, and RN nursing license as presented by the Florida Board of Nursing. Understanding the CNA, LPN, and RN nursing license requirements and duty restrictions for Florida will help you navigate your education needs and avoid career planning mistakes often made by nursing students.

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    How hard students work and how much they get back for their efforts, on a scale of 60 99. This rating is calculated from student survey results and statistical information reported by administrators. Factors weighed include how many hours students study outside of the classroom and the quality of students the school attracts. We also considered students’ assessments of their professors, class size, student teacher ratio, use of teaching assistants, amount of class discussion, registration, and resources. Please note that if a school has an Academic Rating of 60* (sixty with an asterisk), it means that the school did not report to us a sufficient number of the statistics that go into the rating by our deadline.

    Admissions Selectivity

    This rating measures how competitive admissions are at the school. This rating is determined by several institutionally reported factors, including: the class rank, standardized test scores, and high school GPA of entering freshmen; the percentage of students who hail from out-of-state; and the percentage of applicants accepted. This rating is given on a scale of 60 99. Please note that if a school has an Admissions Selectivity Rating of 60* (sixty with an asterisk), it means that the school did not report to us enough of the statistics that go into the rating in order for us to accurately measure its admissions selectivity.

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    This rating measures how much financial aid a school awards and how satisfied students are with that aid, on a scale of 60 99. This rating is based on school-reported data on the percentage of students who were determined to have need and received aid, the percentage of need met for those students, and the percentage of students whose need was fully met. Student survey data that measures students’ satisfaction with the financial aid they receive is also considered. Please note that if a school has a Financial Aid Rating of 60* (sixty with an asterisk), it means that the school did not report to us all of the statistics that go into the rating by our deadline.

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    This rating measures how well prepared a school is to prevent or respond to campus fires, on a scale of 60 99 .

    We asked all the schools we annually collect data from to answer several questions about their efforts to ensure fire safety for campus residents. We developed the questions in consultation with the Center for Campus Fire Safety ( ), a nonprofit organization devoted to reducing the loss of life from fire at our nation’s campuses.

    The questions cover:

    1) The percentage of student housing sleeping rooms protected by an automatic fire sprinkler system with a fire sprinkler head located in the individual sleeping rooms.

    2) The percentage of student housing sleeping rooms equipped with a smoke detector connected to a supervised fire alarm system.

    3) The number of malicious fire alarms that occur in student housing per year.

    4) The number of unwanted fire alarms that occur in student housing per year.

    5) The banning of certain hazardous items and activities in residence halls, like candles, smoking, halogen lamps, etc.

    6) The percentage of student housing building fire alarm systems that, if activated, result in a signal being transmitted to a monitored location on campus or the fire department.

    Colleges that did not supply answers to a sufficient number of these safety questions for us to fairly compare them to other colleges receive a Fire Safety Rating of 60* (sixty with an asterisk). The schools have an opportunity to update their fire safety data every year and will have their fire safety ratings recalculated and published annually.

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    This rating is a measure of how happy students are with their lives outside the classroom, on a scale of 60 99. We weighed several factors, including students’ assessments of their overall happiness; the beauty, safety, and location of the campus; the comfort of dorms; the quality of food; the ease of getting around campus and dealing with administrators; the friendliness of fellow students; the interaction of different student types; and the quality of the school’s relationship with the local community. Please note that if a school has a Quality of Life Rating of 60* (sixty with an asterisk), it means that the school did not report to us all of the statistics that go into the rating by our deadline.


    This rating, on a scale of 60 99. provides a comprehensive measure of a school’s performance as an environmentally aware and prepared institution. Specifically, it includes 1) whether students have a campus quality of life that is both healthy and sustainable, 2) how well a school is preparing students for employment in the clean-energy economy of the 21st century as well as for citizenship in a world now defined by environmental concerns and opportunities and 3) how environmentally responsible a school’s policies are.

    Additionally, The Princeton Review, the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) and Sierra magazine have collaborated on an effort to streamline the reporting process for institutions that choose to participate in various higher education sustainability assessments. The intent of this initiative is to reduce and streamline the amount of time campus staff spend tracking sustainability data and completing related surveys.

    To address this issue, these four groups have worked to establish the Campus Sustainability Data Collector (CSDC). The CSDC is based on the STARS Reporting Tool and is available for all schools (free of charge) that would like to submit data to these groups in one single survey. Please find more information here: .

    We asked all the schools we annually collect data from to answer questions about their efforts to provide (and continually develop) an environmentally beneficial student experience. The questions were created in consultation with ecoAmerica, a research- and partnership-based environmental nonprofit that convened an expert committee to design this comprehensive ranking system. Colleges that did not supply answers to a sufficient number of the questions for us to fairly compare them to other schools received a Green Rating of 60*. The schools have an opportunity to update their sustainability data every year and will have their ratings recalculated and published annually.

    Questions it covers include:

    • What is the percentage of food expenditures that goes toward local, organic or otherwise environmentally preferable food?
    • Does the school offer programs including mass transit programs, bike sharing, facilities for bicyclists, bicycle and pedestrian plans, car sharing, a carpool discount, carpool/vanpool matching, cash-out of parking, prohibiting idling, local housing, telecommuting, and a condensed workweek?
    • Does the school have a formal committee with participation from students that is devoted to advancing sustainability on campus?
    • Are school buildings that were constructed or underwent major renovations in the past three years LEED certified?
    • What is a school’s overall waste-diversion rate?
    • Does the school have an environmental studies major, minor or concentration?
    • Do the school’s students graduate from programs that include sustainability as a required learning outcome or include multiple sustainability learning outcomes?
    • Does the school have a formal plan to mitigate its greenhouse gas emissions?
    • What percentage of the school’s energy consumption is derived from renewable resources?
    • Does the school employ a dedicated full-time (or full-time equivalent) sustainability officer?

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    Best Online Colleges For Military – Distance Learning for Active Duty Army


    Online Colleges For Military Students

    You’re serving in the military, and you want to continue your education at an online college.

    Problem: As a military student, you’re facing an unpredictable schedule, at best. surveyed military advisors at online colleges to put together these helpful tips that showcase what to look for in an online college before you enroll.

    Tip 1: Look for online colleges for military students that will be flexible if you are called away

    If you are in the military, you may be deployed without warning. Your online college needs to be sensitive to this issue. Find out in advance what the school’s policy is regarding unpredictable absences and homework delays.

    For instance, at Columbia College (based in Missouri), a military student who didn’t have advance warning and is deployed while taking online college classes can request an incomplete or an excused withdrawal.

    In some cases military students may even be given more time to finish their assignments, says Gary Massey, Associate Dean for Adult Higher Education at Columbia Online.

    “We will deal with things that are out of their control,” says Massey.

    Similarly, military students at Colorado Technical University can expect flexibility from instructors, says Arthur Macias, Senior National Admissions Advisor of the school’s military division.

    If a military student is called away for a few days and can’t get to a computer, “our instructors will let them turn it in later if that’s what they need to do,” says Macias.

    “When dealing with military personnel, you have to realize you’re also dealing with the unexpected,” says Randi Reich Cosentino, senior vice president of academic administration at Strayer University. <>

    Strayer “freezes” courses if military students are deployed or transferred. The students can then resume the course when they are able to, without having to start the course over again.

    “This gives them peace of mind,” Cosentino says, “so personnel don’t hesitate in signing up for courses.”

    Tip 2: Make sure your online course doesn’t require “real time” participation

    Flexible scheduling is key for a military student enrolled in online college classes. Be wary of classes with live lectures and “synchronous” or real-time discussions, especially if you are in another time zone, halfway around the world.

    Some schools offer live lectures—but also provide downloadable versions for students who can’t make it. This is the case with Colorado Technical.

    “We archive lectures for all students,” says Macias.

    Tip 3: Look for an online military college that offers easy, 24/7 access to information

    Depending on where you are stationed, you might not have access to a computer. You also might not be able to phone the United States, especially if a school’s customer service lines operate only on a 9 to 5, U.S. schedule.

    These days many online education schools offer the ability to use cellphones to download class material, check assignments, message instructors, and receive grades.

    For example, says Macias, Colorado Technical offers “CTU Mobile” —a cellphone interface that allows easy access to information about a student’s academic work.

    Many online colleges staff military bases with representatives so military students can easily access a real live human being if they encounter concerns about program access.

    Others, such as Colorado Technical, offer round-the-clock phone support with financial aid and admissions advisors, as well as web chat functionality.

    Tip 4: See if your college offers downloadable e-books or CD-ROMs, which will save you from having to tote heavy books from unit to unit

    Macias says military students ask: ‘’We already have 50 pounds of life supplies in the field; if I’m moving from one unit to another, what do I do?'”

    CTU ships books through military post five weeks before classes start, says Macias. Undergraduate and associate degree students are provided with e-books, but graduate students are issued copies digitally and in hardcover (when they are able to receive them).

    Strayer offers a majority of its books as e-books, says Reich, with chapters available online. Military Students primarily use laptops to access these texts. “We do make some lectures downloadable to the iPhone, but it’s not a large contingent,” says Cosentino.

    Excelsior College, on the other hand, offers CD-ROM-based courses. “They were designed for the military and they work very well for servicemembers who were deployed and don’t have Internet connections,” says Sue Dewan, executive director of the Center for Military Education at Excelsior.

    Some students prefer “real” books, especially older students. American Military University mails textbooks to deployed online students, says Jim Sweizer, vice president of military education.

    “For many years, we did provide textbooks to students and still do for the majority of classes. You get a mix of students—the older ones tend to like the textbooks and the younger ones like the books in electronic fashion.”

    Sweizer worries that students who depend on downloading books electronically might be without texts if they can’t get Internet access. On the other hand, he says, ff the school were to provide pre-loaded handheld devices, it couldn’t put as much information on as it could provide on a website.

    “The amount of coursework that you can insert into these handheld devices is not as tech-savvy as what you can do if it’s in an electronic classroom over the Internet,” he says. Also, course materials on handhelds aren’t interactive, while web courses can offer this functionality—letting online military students feel like they are part of a classroom experience, even when they are in a war zone.

    Keep these tips and check out our other articles below to help you chose the best online college as a military student.

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    Spacious accommodations, superb amenities, and a prime location – all of this and more is waiting for you at the SpringHill Suites Sioux Falls. Our hotel is conveniently located near some of the area s best attractions, including Wild Water West, Augustana College, and Sioux Falls Regional Airport which is less than 10 miles away. You ll love our cool retro design and well-appointed hotel suites, which feature comfortable bedding, free Wi-Fi, and pullout sofa beds. Additional hotel room amenities include a work desk and a flat-screen TV, as well as a mini-fridge and a microwave. Kick off your morning with our complimentary hot breakfast buffet, or enjoy a dip in our indoor pool and a workout in our fitness center. Those planning events here in Sioux Falls can make use of our flexible meeting room and terrific group rates; catering and audiovisual services are available as well. For a truly rewarding hotel experience here in South Dakota, look no further than the SpringHill Suites Sioux Falls.

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    Albright’s ADP curriculum features an accelerated seminar format with intense use of the Internet as well as additional computer technology. Interaction between students is emphasized and much of this collaboration involves applied group activities.

    While traditional classes meet 40-44 hours per semester, Albright’s ADP courses meet for four hours per evening for five to seven weeks. Remaining class time is fulfilled by a combination of Internet usage and independent study.

    Through a special partnership with Reading Area Community College, Delaware County Community College, Harrisburg Area Community College, Lehigh Carbon Community College, Montgomery County Community College, Northampton Community College, and Warren County Community College, most associate degrees (A.A. or A.S.) from these colleges transfer fully to Albright ADP (and acceptance is automatic if all Albright transfer admissions criteria are met.) Albright College offers a $2,500-3,200 Partner Scholarship based on GPA to graduates of these colleges. (Any applicant with an Associates Degree is eligible for a $2,500 scholarship.)

    ADP offers bachelor’s degrees in:

    Accounting: The accelerated program in accounting prepares students for careers in public and private accounting and in obtaining professional certifications. This major also provides students with a strong foundation for entering a graduate school program.

    Business Administration: The accelerated program in business administration prepares students for a wide variety of careers in finance, banking, marketing and management. This major also provides students with a strong foundation for entering a graduate school program.

    Crime & Justice: The accelerated program in crime and justice involves an analysis of criminal deviance and its roots, plus an in-depth understanding of our criminal justice system’s successes and failures. Unlike other criminal justice programs, students are not trained specifically for police work. Rather, students are educated in the academic study of crime, criminology and justice in preparation for a variety of positions within the criminal justice system.

    Digital Communications: Albright College offers one of the only evening accelerated-hybrid programs in Digital Communications in the area. Focus on strategic communication across media platforms including publications, videos, and websites in the Albright College Digital Communications program. (This program is currently offered exclusively at our Reading location.)

    Computer and Information Systems: The accelerated program in information systems is based on common structures and degree programs in the United States and Canada. It also meets the recommendation of the Association for Computing Machinery, which sets a variety of standards in technology fields, as well as graduate study programs.

    Organizational Behavior / Applied Psychology: The accelerated program in organizational behavior / applied psychology prepares students for a wide variety of careers in social services, management, human resources, training and development. This major also provides students with a strong foundation for entering a graduate program.

    Information Systems and Management: Albright s distinctive new major in information systems and management (ISAM) is designed to provide students with both the technical skills and the business acumen required to excel in information systems and business environments.


    • Curriculum designed specifically for adult learners
    • Applied thesis project completed in workplace setting
    • Courses taught by Albright College faculty
    • 9-15 adults work as a cohort through the entire program
    • 20-24 months accelerated schedule (including breaks)
    • Four-hour session one evening per week (6-10 P.M.)
    • Convenient, “student friendly” approach
      – Textbooks / instructional materials
      delivered to your class
      – One-time registration
    • Full-time student status permits a variety of financial aid options


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    Undergraduate and graduate students perform research in a number of different areas of chemistry. Interests range from theoretical physical chemistry, drug discovery, organic synthesis, and nanomaterials to new chemical biology in cells and new drug delivery designs.


    Graduate students are trained via a wide range of traditional and interdisciplinary approaches. Working with outstanding faculty who are leaders in their field, students can pursue M.S. or Ph.D. Degrees, and be supported via research grants, teaching positions, or fellowships.s.


    Undergraduates can choose one of our four undergraduate degrees, which include a B.A. the prestigious ACS certified B.S. or a B.S. focused on either Medicinal Chemistry or Biochemistry. Undergraduate researchers often perform research and become senior members of our research groups.

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    Arkansas Course Transfer System: University of Arkansas – Hope – Texarkana #college


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    Arkansas Course Transfer System


    The Arkansas Course Transfer System (ACTS) contains information about the transferability of courses within Arkansas public colleges and universities. Students are guaranteed the transfer of applicable credits and the equitable treatment in the application of credits for the admissions and degree requirements. Course transferability is not guaranteed for courses listed in ACTS as “No Comparable Course.” Additionally, courses with a “D” frequently do not transfer and institutional policies may vary. ACTS may be accessed on the Internet by going to the ADHE website and selecting Course Transfer ( ). Courses not having an ACTS number may also transfer. Please consult the receiving institution for complete transfer information.

    Transfer Equivalency Degree Program Website Links for Public Universities

    University of Arkansas at Little Rock

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    • July 4 College closed – Independence Holiday
    • July 5 Classes Begin (Summer II)
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    • July 31 Campus open Fridays
    • August 3 Classes End/Final Exams
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    RL204: Anatomy and Physiology

    Course Description. This integrated A P course provides visual learning on both human anatomy and essential physiology, with anatomical coverage on 11 human organ systems. For extensive chapter by chapter contents of this course, read the Anatomy and Physiology Course Guidebook (64-Pages eBook).

    For Whom. This is designed for students who are either taking human anatomy or A P class or in need of visual review in human anatomy and basic physiology via rich-media learning.

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    What is Marine Biology?

    Marine Biology spans a broad range of biological investigations, including the study and experimental use of marine organisms like mammals, fish, crustaceans, corals, molluscs, seagrasses algae and echinoderms.

    What Will I Study?

    Florida Tech’s undergraduate marine biology program was one of the first of its kind in the United States, started in 1971. Students are provided with a strong background in general biology, such as biometry, genetics and biochemistry. Additional specialized courses that focus on the biology and ecology of marine organisms include invertebrate zoology, fish biology, marine biology, marine ecology, marine mammals and summer field courses in Australia, Jamaica and the Bahamas.

    What Courses Will I Take?

    Review the core courses online at the University Catalog. In addition to the required program core courses, elective courses can be selected in biology, chemistry, environmental science and oceanography.

    What Research Opportunities are Available?

    In addition to research opportunities provided through our Office of Sponsored Programs and other university sources, we offer unique and exciting field research opportunities as part of the curriculum.

    Our Ecology majors are required to take at least two summer field courses, but students in other disciplines are encouraged to enroll in these courses as well:

    • Tropical Ecology of Costa Rica
    • Tropical Ecology of Peru
    • Field Biology and Ecology in Africa
    • Australian Ecosystem Ecology
    • Smoky Mountains
    • Florida Barrier Islands
    • Bahamas Reef Ecology
    • Rocky Mountains

    Why study Marine Biology at Florida Tech?

    • Ranked #7 among the country’s marine biology programs (Gourman Report 1998)
    • Broad training in biological sciences with specialization in marine topics
    • Intense hands-on field, ship-board and laboratory experiences, beginning in freshman year
    • Undergraduate research opportunities including work-study, volunteer assistant and formal research courses
    • Located on the Indian River Lagoon, the most diverse estuary in North America

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    4. Examination Postponed Examination of Evening Programs to be held on Wednesday 4th January.
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    1 offered with Camden County College
    2 offered with Mercer County Technical Schools
    3 offered with Rider University
    4 A.S. degree awarded by MCCC; Diploma awarded by St. Francis Medical Center School of Nursing
    5 A.S. degree awarded through a cooperative program with the School of
    Health Related Professions at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

    6 A.A.S. degree awarded through a cooperative program with Brookdale Community College

    The academic programs offered by Mercer County Community College are among the most diversified and comprehensive in the country. Included are transfer programs that prepare students for entry into baccalaureate programs and career programs that prepare students for immediate employment after graduation.

    The terms “transfer” or “career” simply describe the primary objective of the program. Many transfer graduates have been successful in gaining employment upon graduation. Many graduates of career programs have been successful in transferring to four-year colleges, with many of their MCCC credits being accepted.

    In general, both kinds of degree programs require no more than 66 credits for graduation.

    Because Mercer is committed to promoting intellectual development, aesthetic appreciation, and cultural awareness, every program of study includes a general education component. This component, addressed through a variety of courses, focuses on reading analytically, communicating ideas clearly, solving problems, and developing a broad base of knowledge. Students are given the opportunity to develop analytical, synthetic/creative, and evaluative thinking; scientific reasoning; artistic response and expression; historical consciousness; cultural awareness; and sensitivity to the contemporary world.

    Transfer degree (A.A. A.F.A. or A.S.) programs are designed primarily to enable students to enter the third year of baccalaureate study at four-year colleges. The largest student enrollments in transfer degree programs are in humanities and social science, business administration, education, criminal justice, and nursing. Other transfer degree programs range from architecture, communication and visual arts to engineering science and plant science.

    For many students, the transfer experience is made easier by “dual admission” and “program articulation” agreements between Mercer and other colleges.

    Career degree (A.A.S.) programs are designed primarily to prepare graduates for entry-level employment in an occupation which requires both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. Mercer has A.A.S. programs as varied as accounting, aviation, chef apprenticeship, electronics, ornamental horticulture, microcomputer systems administration, television, funeral service, and computer graphics.

    Two engineering technology programs function both as transfer degree and career degree programs, with slightly more than half of all graduates transferring to four-year technology programs and others finding employment. Many employed students use career programs to gain advanced positions in their chosen field or to change careers. Some other A.A.S. programs also provide a basis for transfer to four-year colleges; a student may lose credits, however, if he or she transfers to an unrelated program of study.

    Many students enroll at Mercer for purposes other than earning a degree or certificate. The college offers four enrollment categories for such students:

    • Other college — Students take courses at Mercer to fulfill program requirements at another college.
    • Job Related — Students take courses specifically selected to enhance knowledge and skills for current or future employment.
    • Exploratory — Students are undecided about which degree or certificate program they intend to pursue. They may take courses from several program areas to help them select.
    • Personal — Students take courses for other reasons. Advisors at each campus help non-degree students select courses.

    Mercer offers a comprehensive program for students who are learning English as a second language. The multilevel sequence consists of two pre-credit and eight credit courses that emphasize grammar, speech, reading and writing skills. The free ESL placement test, arranged through the ESL Learning Center, should be completed at least two weeks before registration for classes.

    The noncredit preparatory courses are offered through the English Language Institute (ELI) at the James Kerney and West Windsor campuses. Contact ELI at the James Kerney Campus or the ESL Learning Center at the West Windsor Campus for further information.

    The LPN-RN advanced placement option offers licensed practical nurses (LPNs) the opportunity to gain experiential credit for their LPN license and receive credit for Fundamental Concepts of Nursing (NRS 110). Applicants must possess a high school diploma (or equivalent), have graduated from an accredited LPN school, possess a valid New Jersey LPN license and complete all the prerequisite course requirements for the nursing curriculum.

    Admission to the professional phase of the program requires a minimum GPA of 2.5 and a passing score on the HESI Admission Assessment Exam. Six credits are given for Fundamental Concepts of Nursing (NRS 110). The student is then able to enroll in Alterations in Health I (NRS 120), Alterations in Health II (NRS 121), or Concepts of Mental Health Nursing (NRS 123). Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all nursing, science, and mathematics courses to graduate.

    Please note that admission to either of the LPN-RN Advanced Placement program options are on a space available basis only.

    Students who complete the college’s Nursing program earn the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree and eligibility to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for Registered Nurses (RNs).

    Cooperative education integrates textbook and classroom learning with work experience. Several academic programs offer cooperative education components. The program affords many advantages to students who are able to earn an income while attending college and earn college credits for their cooperative education experiences. In addition, many graduates find employment easier to obtain if they have had prior work experiences.

    A successful co-op experience requires careful delineation of learning objectives and employer willingness to support them. The college assists students in defining objectives and obtaining co-op positions.

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    Doctoral Programs

    Welcome to Concordia University Chicago and thank you for your interest in applying to one of our doctoral programs. All documents relating to admission should be submitted to Concordia University’s Office of Graduate Admission and Student Services prior to the deadline for your anticipated term of enrollment. See your degree of interest on this Web site for application and file completion deadlines.

    Admission Requirements

    Admission to the doctoral program occurs prior to initiation of course work. The number of students admitted will be limited to ensure quality of program and dissertation advising.

    Applicants who are successful in their application for admission for entrance into the doctoral program will meet the following criteria:

    • Master’s degree with a minimum 3.0 GPA
    • A completed Doctoral Application for Admission
    • Submission of rationale statement, including personal goals for applying for admission to the program.
    • Transcripts: Submission of official transcripts of all previous credits.
    • Testing: Current Graduate Record Exam or Miller Analogies Test scores (test taken within the prior three years).
    • Letters of recommendation from two persons qualified to comment upon the applicant’s potential for doctoral study.
    • Past experience: At least two years of successful teaching/administrative experience (required only for doctoral programs in K-12 education).
    • Writing sample: Submit a paper that demonstrates your ability to write in a scholarly manner at a level typical of graduate work. A paper from your master’s program would be most appropriate. This sample should approach, but not exceed, five pages in length.

    All documents should be submitted to:

    Office of Graduate Admission and Student Services
    Concordia University Chicago
    7400 Augusta Street
    River Forest, IL 60305

    The office fax number is (708) 209-3454.

    Once the admission file is completed and initially reviewed, qualified applicants will complete an extemporaneous writing sample followed by a personal interview with an admission committee.

    Admission recommendations are submitted from the admission committee to the Dean of the College of Education, who will then make the final admission decision and communicate the decision to the candidate. The admission committee may establish an admission waiting list, if necessary. Students admitted should consult the Doctoral Program Handbook for additional program information.

    Students who are applying for admission to the doctoral program are precluded from enrolling in any courses which met doctoral program requirements until the student has been completely admitted to the program.

    The Graduate Admission Committee reserves the right to request additional information or documentation deemed helpful in evaluating applicants for admission.

    Additional Testing

    Depending on program of study, students may be required to take additional tests such as the Graduate Record Exam, Miller Analogies Test and/or the Illinois Basic Skills Test. A writing sample, essay, FBI fingerprint criminal background check, valid teaching certificate and/or interview may also be required to determine what may be necessary for a student to qualify for a graduate program.

    Pending Status

    Doctoral and international students are not eligible for Pending Status .

    International Students

    Applicants who are not U.S. citizens are required to meet all admission standards listed for the program they wish to enter. In addition, the following are required to be considered for admission:

    • TOEFL: A score of at least 550 (paper-based) or 72 (internet) minimum requirement on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), or successful completion of Level 112 at an English Language School (ELS) unless English is the native language, and an unqualified recommendation from an ELS program director is provided. (International students who have earned an advanced degree from an accredited institution in the United States do not need to submit TOEFL scores.)
    • Transcripts: Official transcripts from each college/university attended showing all college/university course work with certified English translations of all transcripts originally prepared in any other language. Also, any international transcripts must be evaluated by a Concordia-approved international credentialing service such as WES (World Education Services), ECE (Educational Credential Evaluators), or AACRAO (American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admission Officers).
    • Financial Support: A certified document guaranteeing adequate financial support for at least the student’s first year of study and, barring any unforeseen circumstances, adequate funding from the same or an equally dependable source, for subsequent years.
    • Medical: A physical exam, adequate medical insurance, and proof of immunization are required prior to enrollment.
    • Regular Admission Requirements: International students must qualify for regular admission to a degree program in order to enroll.

    All documents must be received by the Office of Graduate Admission and Enrollment Services at least three months prior to the expected date of entry. I-20 forms may be issued only after University acceptance is granted and will remain in effect only for students who continue to make satisfactory progress as full-time students in an accepted university program. The program length may vary for each student.

    Application information

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    GPC Online is the largest online program in the University System of Georgia. Students may choose from 18 online pathways. including Business Administration, Criminal Justice, and Teacher Education. We offer online classes in accounting, computer science, education, English, math, Spanish and a number of other subjects. Use the following links to view a schedule of upcoming classes and a complete list of course descriptions .

    Check out GPC s Online Student Success Community forum for up-to-date information on online registration, online courses and other online information.

    Georgia Perimeter College has partnered with Georgia Southwestern State University to offer the state s first three–year accelerated bachelor s degree in Georgia. This program is offered fully online and offers students two degree options in management or accounting. For additional information on the FastTrac program email the program advisor Shannon Perry or 478-304-1491.

    GPC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) with all courses taught by SACS-qualified instructors. As a result, GPC courses are widely accepted for transefer to other colleges and university. Online students may choose to participate in GPC s Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) agreements, which guarantee admission to some of the best public and private colleges and universities in the country.

    Current GPC students considering transferring to Georgia Institute of Technology (GaTech), should familiarize themselves with the Ga Tech s Course Transfer Tool in order to determine if/how your coursework will transfer. Contact a Georgia Perimeter College on-campus or online adviser if you have questions or need assistance with selecting courses for transfer.

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    Human Resources Management

    Effective HR management leaders put individuals in a position to succeed. We do the same thing at Excelsior College: We help adult students succeed by offering a fast, affordable route to an Master of Business Administration (Human Resources Management) .

    A national leader in distance learning for more than 40 years, Excelsior College can help you fit an MBA program into your schedule and budget. Our human resources management concentration features:

    • Online classes that you take at your convenience.
    • A fast track to graduation, with liberal credit-transfer policies that get the most out of your previous education (including approved military classes and professional certificates).
    • Budget-friendly tuition, financial aid, and flexible payment options. (Get the exact figures on Excelsior’s low tuition and fees. )
    • Rigorous HR management classes that are academically equivalent to traditional on-campus programs.
    • Personalized academic advising and support.
    • Sensitivity to the particular educational needs of working adults.

    Here’s how an Excelsior College MBA can help you fast forward your career.

    A Practical MBA With a Real-World Focus

    Excelsior College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. To learn more about the MSCHE accreditation programs and specialized accreditations, see our accreditation page.

    Excelsior’s MBA programs emphasize practical workplace knowledge over theoretical learning. You’ll take online HR management classes in subjects such as:

    • Labor relations
    • Conflict resolution
    • Compensation and benefits

    Review the degree requirements for Excelsior’s online MBA program.

    Upon completion of an Excelsior College Master of Business Administration, the graduate will be able to:

    1. Analyze real-world business problems and generate recommendations for action.
    2. Integrate accounting, marketing, finance, management, and economics into strategic business analysis.
    3. Assess the impact of the global business environment on business situations.
    4. Apply quantitative methods to analysis of business situations.
    5. Perform ethically and professionally in business and society.
    6. Communicate effectively to relevant audiences orally and in written materials.
    7. Collaborate in teams to produce required deliverables.
    8. Apply project management skills to business situations.
    9. Assess the ethical implications of actions for diverse stakeholders.

    The MBA requires 36 – 51 credits, depending on a student’s prior learning. Students may transfer in up to 24 approved credits. The program has 5 foundation requirements that can be waived on the basis of prior upper level undergraduate study in the relevant areas. Approved undergraduate courses must be no older than 10 years, with a grade of B or better. The foundation requirements are:

    • Ethics
    • Economics
    • Marketing
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Quantitative Analysis

    Any waivers will be counted as part of the 24 credits allowed in transfer. See catalog for further details.

    See the credit requirements in chart form .

    IACBE Specialized Accreditation

    Excelsior College has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE), 11374 Strang Line Rd. Lenexa, KS 66215; 913-631-3009; . The IACBE is a specialized accrediting agency recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). The business programs in the following degrees are accredited by the IACBE: Bachelor of Science in Business and Master of Business Administration.

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    We see education as a springboard to opportunities for personal growth and development, rather than a designated track to a specific job, career or even industry. Our programmes will benefit a wide group of people as qualifications in teaching and management are needed across the country and even beyond.

    Welcome to our website, and thank you for your interest in our Christian college and the education services we provide. We are a Christian College of Education affiliated with the University of Zambia. We strive to provide the best quality of education to enrich the students so as they will serve others with love and care to show light in the world of darkness and ignorance. Allow me to say a few things to help you decide whether we are the right College for you.

    Apart from the experience that comes after 20 years, the driving force behind our college is the dedicated and unwavering support that our staff provides to our students. Yes, the programmes we offer carry high respect and standards based on Christian principles, are globally transportable, our environment is comfortable and we are conveniently located.

    Approximately 85% of our full time students are pre-service, and about 95% of our students studying through the distant mode are in-service teachers, who are improving their qualifications to a Diploma certificate in teaching in secondary schools in Zambia and beyond. We are continuously exploring opportunities to improve and expand our services to our students, just as we continuously review our curriculum to keep pace with educational developments.

    As we continue to contribute to the population of the educated, we are confident in our knowledge that these are the people who will make the biggest impact upon their communities, the organizations they will serve and the Church of Jesus Christ at large. Thank you once again for your interest. Please enjoy your preview of our institution.

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