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Making a plan and sticking to it, choosing the right study location, and disconnecting can help you feel prepared for whatever midterms throw your way.
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If you've served in the military, you may be eligible to take DSST exams at no cost to earn college credit for the knowledge you've gained in the field.
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The nutritionist career is in high demand. If you're interested in health and wellness, learn more about the path to pursuing a job in this exciting field.
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If you are an introvert, don't let a fear of networking keep you from developing professionally and personally. Try these tips at your next event.
Student Spotlight – Jermaine Smith, BA Public Relations ‘20
We asked one of our current students to give his two cents on SoPA, going back to school as a professional, and balancing school and life.
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A humanities degree can be versatile, so it helps to tailor it to your professional advancement goals. Here's how to make your degree work for you.
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Choose the right educational path by understanding the difference between a degree and a professional certificate. Optimize your investment in your future.
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A master's degree in Health and Wellness Management can open up a world of healthcare jobs in non-traditional settings, including at schools and businesses.
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Online learning and on-campus education require a different set of skills. Here's how to stay motivated when receiving online credits.
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Taking both online and on-campus classes can make your schedule more flexible, but it also comes with challenges. Here are tips for finding a balance.

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