Driven by an increasing awareness of the importance of mental health and a demand for qualified professionals to provide support and guidance, the field of counseling is growing. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the employment growth … Continue reading 4 Signs You Should Pursue a Master’s in Counseling Education
The field of criminal justice is broad and includes many interesting career paths, offering unique challenges, rewards, and high earning potential. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median annual wage for protective service occupations is $45,450. … Continue reading Master’s in Criminal Justice Salary Guide
Transferring colleges can be an exciting strategic decision for students looking for a better fit for their academic and personal goals. In fact, students transfer colleges for a variety of reasons, including a change in major, the search for a … Continue reading A Guide to Crafting a Strong Transfer Application
In an ever-expanding world driven by data, people who can analyze that data are more valuable than ever. Companies need data analysts, and they are ready to pay for them. If that sounds like a career path for you, then … Continue reading 6 High-Paying Jobs with a Master’s in Analytics and Systems
Growing interest in the link between chiropractic care and athletics highlights its potential to enhance sports performance beyond traditional methods. This article explores how chiropractic care goes beyond treating back pain to optimize your body’s functions and ultimately improve athletic … Continue reading The Role of Chiropractic Care in Sports Performance
Becoming a nurse is an exciting decision, often challenging when choosing the right educational path. But as far as nursing education options go, accelerated nursing programs stand out as a focused choice, compressing the timeline to as little as 15 … Continue reading 7 Tips for Excelling in an Accelerated Nursing Program in CT
Pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Psychology is an exciting opportunity to learn why people think and behave the way they do. But you might be wondering how long earning that degree will take. And not every student can commit the … Continue reading How Long Does it Take to Complete a Bachelor’s in Psychology?
The college admissions season is in full swing and high school seniors and their families are busy preparing their applications, obtaining recommendation letters, and writing personal essays. It’s a busy, exciting, and challenging time as students prepare for this monumental … Continue reading Do I Qualify for Financial Aid?
Education leaders play a pivotal role in the lives of students, teachers, and school systems. These influential individuals guide students as they learn, ensuring that the school environment is safe and inclusive, and they may even be responsible for contributing … Continue reading What an Ed.D. Online Teaches You About Leadership Styles in Education
The college application process begins long before high school students enter their senior year, as many students start thinking about their interests, goals, and applications as early as their first or second year in high school. The preparation and research … Continue reading College Application Checklist for High School Seniors
University of Bridgeport offers a tremendous Dental Hygienist program, educating students on the prevention and treatment of oral disease while setting them up for a rewarding career in an in-demand field. However, you may have noticed that UB also offers … Continue reading Pre-Dental Hygiene vs. Dental Hygiene: What’s the Difference?
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median wage for engineers is more than twice the average median wage across all work disciplines in the US — probably because engineers possess unmatched creativity and problem-solving skills coveted across … Continue reading What Do the Top Colleges of Engineering Offer Students?
Most of us have experienced joint, nerve, or muscle pain at some point. And chances are, you’re one of the 44% of adult Americans considering visiting a chiropractor. But have you ever thought about becoming one? This article will dive … Continue reading 4 High-Paying Jobs with a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree
In the United States, over 1.16 million professionals contribute to the maintenance of law and order in a wide variety of jobs across the criminal justice spectrum. Those interested in pursuing one of the many diverse career paths related to … Continue reading What Are the Entry Requirements for a Criminal Justice Program?
The facts are in. Teachers with master’s degrees make an average of 28% more money than their undergrad colleagues. But despite the guaranteed increase in income, there’s still an ongoing debate in educational circles about whether a Master’s in Secondary … Continue reading Is a Master’s in Secondary Education Worth It For Teachers? Yes, and Here’s Why
Sending your kid off to college for the first time can be a daunting experience. While the looming threat of an empty nest and the shock of a suddenly quiet household can feel uncomfortable, nagging questions like “how am I … Continue reading 6 Tips for Parents of Teens Going to College for the First Time
Kaite’s story They say that playing a sport builds character, but UB’s Kaite Burawski shows us that sometimes it’s character that builds champions. Her remarkable journey began long before she faced the unimaginable — a battle with ovarian cancer — … Continue reading Softball and Teeth — Surviving Cancer and Getting Back in the Game
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), overall employment in business and financial occupations is projected to grow faster than the average for all professions by 2032, resulting in an average of about 911,400 openings yearly. So, it … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Right Business Administration Program