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  • Pros And Cons Of A Bachelor's Degree

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    A Bachelor’s Degree requires several years of undergraduate school to obtain based upon the institute or field of study. In my opinion, not all jobs should require a Bachelor’s Degree because some jobs are common knowledge that are stepping-stones to higher-level jobs. People who acquire these jobs are generally high school students, people who cannot find jobs with their degrees, or people who never went to college who need a job to support themselves. These part-time jobs should prepare people

  • A Bachelor's Degree as a Requirement of Medical Practice

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    A Bachelor’s Degree as a Requirement of Medical Practice The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the high demand for baccalaureate degrees in nursing and to explain why that level of education is in demand in today’s health care system. Nursing is one of the few professions in which there are multiple points of entry in order to practice medicine. Furthermore, one of the biggest discrepancies is the fact that no matter the level of education a nurse may have, they are treated the same as other

  • Is my Bachelor’s Degree Any Good?

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    Is my Bachelor’s Degree Any Good? Now what do I do with this degree that I have stressed, cried and pulled all of my hair out over? I wanted to give up so many times but I pushed through and got my bachelor’s degree. Now, it seems as if I may have gone through all of the mayhem for nothing! Once looked upon as the crowning jewel of an educated and anxious employable adult, the bachelor's degree seems to be losing its power. My question is what happened? Is the economy that bad to where we have succumbed

  • Respiratory Therapist Opinions on Obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree

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    female, and 40% were male. Eighty-four percent of those polled had an Associate's Degree as their highest level obtained in Respiratory Care, 2% were trained on the job, and 14% had Bachelor's degrees in Respiratory Care. When asked about the highest degree in any field, 3% answered they were on the job trained; 66% had an Associate's Degree, 29% have a Bachelor's Degree, and 2% of those polled have obtained a Master's Degree. The credential status of those that were polled are as follows: 2 NPS, 67 CRT

  • Most Overrated Product: The Bachelor's Degree By Marty Nemko

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    In the article “America’s Most Overrated Product: The Bachelor’s Degree” by Marty Nemko, the author argues several different views on why higher education may be very overestimated. For starters, the author shares his opinion more than anything else due to him being a career counselor. The purpose of this essay is to explain to the readers that most people start off with the idea of living the American Dream. Which is practically going to college to have a better life and career. But over the time

  • Statement of Purpose for My Bachelor's Degree at University of Roskilde

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    I am interested to apply for the bachelor’s degree program in natural science in university of Roskilde starting in 2014. I did my secondary education in Gateway College Kandy, Sri Lanka and graduated on 2013. I have completed my secondary education in EDXCEL O/L (ordinary Level) majoring in Biology, Human biology, Chemistry, Physics, Business and Communication, Information and Technology, Geography and Mathematics. For my EDEXCEL A/L (Advanced Level) I majored in Biology, Mathematics, Chemistry

  • Becoming A Registered Nurse (RN And Bachelor's Of Science Degree In Nursing

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    here are two educational pathways to become a Registered Nurse (RN): An Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN). Both allow nursing students to graduate to take the same entry-level exam, which is the National Council Licensures Examination (NCLEX). Typically, an ADN takes 2 years to complete and is offered by community colleges, while a BSN is a 4-year college degree. It is important to understand the difference in education and resulting competence

  • My Passion For A Bachelor's Degree In Computer Science

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    which made me to choose my bachelor’s degree in Computer Applications. After deciding what to become at an early stage, I went for a computer course offered by Aptech Institute, along with an Internet learning program at NIXI to boost my skills in computer applications. My interest followed me to college where I chose 5 years of Integrated Bachelors and Masters Computer Applications degree. This program included 3 years of undergraduate and 2 years of graduate degree at Indira Gandhi National Open

  • Erica

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    Are architects really important? Imagine walking around a city having no buildings, sidewalks, or highways; the city that was imagined was not a city, right? The cities, towns and neighborhoods that people live in would be nonexistent. Every inch of a building is planned out by an architect. Although the construction workers build the buildings, architects are the ones who help plan how to build the building. Without architects in the world, there would be no buildings nor any structures since architects

  • Career: School Counselor

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    confident in my ability to achieve what I set my mind too. A fair amount of training and education is needed to become a school counselor. You must first have a bachelor’s degree preferably in a Psychology related program. I will be obtaining my bachelor’s degree in psychology at Western Washington University (WWU) next year. After completing that degree I will move on to graduate study at WWU into the M.Ed. School counselor program. This program typically takes around two years to complete with 83-quarter