According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the accounting job market is projected to grow 4% from 2019 through 2029. This rate of growth mirrors the national average of growth between all job markets in the US economy (also 4%). While this rate of growth might not be immediately alluring, one should note the vast . . .
The distinguishing factor of a liberal arts degree is its educational philosophy which values theoretical, conceptual, and qualitative analysis in approaching a students’ chosen area of study. In other words, liberal arts degree programs provide students with more than something to study--liberal arts programs teach students how to think about what they study. A complaint . . .
What Can You Do with a Master’s of IT? A Master’s of IT leads to some of the more specialized careers in the industry such as advanced database architecture, software engineering, and data science. IT is a highly technical field to begin with so many top-tier jobs are gaited behind stringent requirements--such as a well . . .
Why Pursue a Master’s in Special Ed? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the job market of special education is set to grow 8% by 2026, making it one of the fastest growing teaching positions in the US. Though as opportunities grow, so does the competition looking to capitalize on them. The most . . .
If you are project-oriented then a career as a project manager may seem like a no-brainer. This is a growing field that is necessary for business success all across the world. It is a great resume-builder. Additionally, the profession offers a lot of variety as each project has a beginning and an end meaning that . . .
Cyber Security is quickly becoming one of the most crucial, understaffed sectors of our economy. Any organization that relies on digital information (which is virtually all of them) either has, wants, or will need professionals that protect them from cyber attacks, natural disasters, and other compromising calamities. Cyber attacks have been rapidly rising in recent . . .
Aeronautical Engineering is a subset of engineering that tackles the development of spacecraft and aircraft. It is sometimes referred to casually as rocket science. Some of the areas that you'll study in the field include: Propulsion: the energy required to move a vehicle through the air, or outer space. Aircraft Structures: the physical design of . . .
Biochemistry is the science of life. All our life processes - walking, talking, moving, feeding - are essentially chemical reactions. So biochemistry is actually the chemistry of life, and it's supremely interesting. - Aaron Ciechanover Chemistry is the science of energy, matter, and how they interact. It is compelling, universal, and constantly omnipresent in our . . .
The academic study of English has long been a stand-in for the “useless” degree. It doesn’t teach you to prepare schematics for the building of buildings, or to configure a server, or to track levels of chemicals in a field of corn. What is does teach you, through the lens of reading, dissecting, and discussing . . .