The inequality in the federal loan policy sends the wrong message to students who strive to earn an advanced degree
To provide scholarship support in the amount of $2500 per year for a qualified individual to participate in an approved course of study leading to an advanced degree
Texas' two largest school districts, in Houston and Dallas, recently eliminated advanced degree
pay going forward, following the example of North Carolina, where lawmakers last year started phasing it out.
in Social Sciences may also be considered.
Two consequential decisions beside the college decision are discussed in particular: the choice of a college major and the pursuit of an advanced degree
Often when the topic of graduate school is discussed, two questions dominate: (1) Can the case for an advanced degree
be made on the basis of employment needs and (2) Will the time and effort pay off in terms of lifetime earnings?
At one point or another, many of us have considered returning to school or remaining in school to obtain an advanced degree
Kentucky had 1% more advanced degree
holders than did West Virginia; at 9.
Overall, 13 percent of the college grads with a bachelor's degree in science or engineering had gotten an advanced degree
in the same broad field that they started in--say, biology or computer science.
If you are applying for a camp director position in someone else's camp, you'll probably need at least a bachelor's degree, though some positions will require an advanced degree
in a specific area.
Labib received a bachelor of science in civil engineering and an advanced degree
in structural engineering from Cairo University, Egypt and a masters degree in civil engineering from the Polytechnic Institute of New York.
Fellows, Certified Physician Executives and advanced degree
recipients recipients will comprise ACPE's new Vanguard.