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Online master’s degree becomes more widely accepted – but still faces hurdles

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Article from The College Fix: Austin Yack – UC Santa Barbara •August 18, 2015 Earning a master’s degree from a for-profit online university may be a viable option, but many say it’s not necessarily worth the bang for your buck. With the proliferation of people with online master’s degrees, employers and job recruiters have found [...]

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Are master’s degrees on their way out? Alternatives grow as enrollment fades

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Article from Washington Post: By Jeffrey J. Selingo April 13 George Washington University. (Photo by Mary F. Calvert For The Washington Post) When George Washington University announced last week that it was >> Read the full article Related News: Suggested Items: Guide to Technologies for Online LearningThis “Guide to Technologies for Online Learning” provides a [...]

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SU Newhouse School’s online startup: Is earning a master’s degree @ home the …

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Article from Syracuse.com: SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Several hundred more students a year could soon be pursuing a master’s degree from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. The school is launching it first-ever online digital media master’s degree, aiming to enroll several hundred students. For a school that now enrolls some 260 master’s and [...]

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Lawrence Tech of Southfield ranked 18th nationwide for online master’s degree …

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Article from The Oakland Press: The online graduate school guide “Best Master’s Programs” has ranked Lawrence Technological University of Southfield, 18th in the top 50 nationwide for online master’s degrees in engineering. The rankings, which can be viewed at bestmastersprograms.org, are based on an equal weight of program quality, as measured by U.S. News & [...]

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Wilkes University to offer online master’s degree program

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Article from Citizens Voice: Wilkes University will offer a new online master’s degree program in the fall for career changers interested in Pennsylvania teaching certification at the middle level — grades 4 to 8. Students enrolled in the program will choose an area of specialization: math, science, social studies or English/language arts. The online master’s [...]

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UK to offer online master’s degree in art admin

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Article from Bowling Green Daily News: An online master’s degree in arts administration will be available at the University of Kentucky beginning next fall. The Lexington Herald-Leader (http://bit.ly/VMLEDQ) reports that officials called the program one of the first in the nation at a public university when it announced the offering this week. The 36-hour program [...]

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MSU launches new online master’s degree designed for technical professionals

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Article from KBZK Bozeman News: Montana State University has launched a new master’s degree program for engineers and scientists who want to enhance both their technical skills and their skills at managing people, projects and budgets.The degree is offered primarily online and provides technical professionals with an alternative to the traditional research-based master’s degree in [...]

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WGU’s New Online IT Master’s Degree Program Emphasizes Network Management

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Article from Bradenton Herald: No Min Price $ 10,000 $ 20,000 $ 30,000 $ 40,000 $ 50,000 $ 60,000 $ 70,000 $ 80,000 $ 90,000 $ 100,000 $ 125,000 $ 150,000 $ 175,000 $ 200,000 $ 225,000 $ 250,000 $ 275,000 $ 300,000 >> Read the full article Related News: Suggested Items: The Online Teaching [...]

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Business Schools Online Masters Program Ranks High

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Article from UConn Daily Campus: The UConn School of Business’s online master’s degree program in accounting received high marks in the U.S. News and World Report’s first annual rankings of online degree programs. According to UConn Today, the magazine evaluated a total of 523 online master’s programs. The business programs were evaluated in four categories: [...]

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Erie doctor pursues master’s degree in creative writing

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Article from GoErie.com: Deborah Ranish began writing her first book during study hall when she was a sophomore in high school. She never finished it. Instead, Ranish became a doctor. “My father was a dentist who always wanted to be a doctor,” said Ranish, 56, a family physician with Saint Vincent’s Port Erie Family Practice, [...]

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