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Many people enter a degree program after gaining real-world experience, and these students are often eligible to receive college credit for prior learning.
We're featuring our Senior Administrative Program Coordinator, Gina Fortado. She discusses her role at SoPA and her experience as a breast cancer survivor.
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Networking is a valuable skill for interns to hone because it can help them find jobs after graduation and set them up for success throughout their careers.
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Online discussion boards are an invaluable learning tool for online classes, but there are a few best practices to keep in mind when posting and responding.
Our SoPA student spotlight features Julia Johnson, a candidate for a B.A. in Digital Design with a concentration in Interactive Design.
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Bill Rials, a faculty member of Tulane SoPA, defines social engineering, a cybersecurity threat to many, especially the elderly. He offers protective tips.
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Balancing parenting and college courses can be difficult, but it's far from impossible. Here's a parent's guide for going back to school with kids.
Balancing life with studies can make or break students in online programs. Here are some crucial time management tips for online students to consider.
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While career changes can be rewarding, timing is important. Here are some factors to consider when making this big decision.
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Going back to graduate school can mean better career options and even higher pay, as long as the timing is right. Here's what to ask while deciding.