IMAGE SOURCE DegreeQuery has assembled this list of accredited colleges/universities that offer graduate programs in mathematics, whether it is the application or teaching of the subject. The majority involve master's programs in teaching mathematics from kindergarten to community college levels. The ranking system has been calculated based on retention and graduation rates, as well as . . .
What makes a college degree program “easy”? Is an easy degree one that requires little in the way of mathematics skills? Is it one that won’t have you spending hours upon hours in a laboratory, painstakingly measuring variables and drafting lab reports? How about a degree that doesn’t require a whole lot of memorization, writing . . .
Sports Science is the study of how human bodies function during exercise and physical competition. It looks at the factors that impact performance and health in sports setting from a cellular level up to a holistic, total body perspective, and everything in between. Students who want to work as sports science professionals deeply explore psychology, . . .
Social work is a thriving field, one that the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) expects to grow twice as quickly as the average occupation in the United States. Yet competition for the best jobs, the ones you are likely to seek with a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree, can still be fierce. For one . . .
There are many steps you should take to excel at a job interview, but for aspiring social workers, recommendations to act professionally in your initial communications, dress appropriately and arrive early barely scratch the surface. Your degree is necessary for meeting qualification requirements, but you need more than an education if you want to get . . .
Although many counseling roles require a master’s degree, you need more than just an education to succeed in this field. When you go for a job interview in this field, prospective employers won’t only be interested in the skills you learned in college. They will also want to find out what you have done or . . .
It would be difficult not to feel nervous when interviewing for a job, especially in the early stages of your career. For candidates with a psychology degree, being able to answer the question of why you chose this field can help you feel more confident going in and ultimately help you ace the interview. Psychology . . .
The whirring of gears, sensors that turn a device off or on based on temperature, and the unique curvature on the front of your car all have one thing in common, they were crafted by mechanical engineers. When you really start to look around, there's very little in our modern lives not affected by mechanical . . .
Anthropologists like to ask big questions. "Why did this civilization collapse?" "How do language barriers affect the flow of information?" or even "What makes us human?" Anthropologists have inquiring minds, big-picture thinking, attention to detail, and solid research skills. Through patient research and deep analysis, anthropologists develop insights into topics like how past cultures functioned, . . .