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    A Degree in Education

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    A Degree in Education I have been extremely fortunate to grow up in the type of environment that most people would call an "all-American town." All my life I have known I was very blessed to live here. The community where I live is not too large or too small. It is just the right size to provide the closeness and bonding that I have known and grow to love. This town is extremely family and church oriented and has a great school system. All of these things have had a very positive impact on my

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    College degree

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    college degree is important for the workforce today. It opens doors that otherwise would not be opened. For example criminal justice opens opportunities for forensic evidence, prosecution, and personal law firms. Without a degree jobs opportunities are limited and possibly pay is lower. To make ends meet a person would have to work two jobs depending on the amount of pay per hour. Though that might not be true depending on the job, and the requirements to obtain the job. First of all a degree such

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    Degree Time

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    vital to society’s continued innovation.” (APU School: Science and Technology, 2010, para. 1) This is my ticket, buckle down attain a degree and rest assured evolving technology and the need for specialized professionals will take care of the rest. The educational ride to self-fulfillment is going to be a great feeling; not only will I be attaining a bachelor’s degree, steadily increasing my knowledge in a field I thoroughly enjoy but I will also achieve a level of personal enrichment I have yet to

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    A Degree is not Enough

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    A degree shows your school education level, but it isn’t a certificate of your actual intelligence. David Foster Wallace made his commencement speech at Kenyon College in 2005 pointing out that we all have a default setting that holds us back from greatness. Simply having a degree does not mean that you know how to think; which is half of your intellectual ability. Everyone is pre-programmed from birth to believe that the world revolves around them; that they’re the center of the universe. Having

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    The College Degree

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    The College Degree “A man who has never gone to school may steal from a freight car; but if he has a university education, he may steal the whole railroad.” (Theodore Roosevelt). Education is a common theme seen throughout literature and history. It is considered respectable to have a college education in this day and age. Zora Neale Hurston explores the theme of education through college education in Mules and Men while Langston Hughes examines the theme of education in his poems through experience

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    A Degree in Healthcare

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    There are three different degrees in nursing that all lead to the same result. The degrees of either a diploma program, an associate degree in nursing (ADN), and a baccalaureate degree in nursing (BSN) will all lead one to a license to practice as a registered nurse. Which degree to chose? That is the debate that has been going on for some time in nursing. One could look at the distinctions of two other groups in the health field. The first group of health workers to look at is the emergency

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    Foundation Degree in Accounting & Finance

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    Foundation Degree in Accounting & Finance How training contributes to the achievement of business objectives In order for the organisation to benefit from successful training, there must be a planned and systematic approach to effect management of training. R Harrison (1989:48) defined systematic approach as “…in order to determine as precisely as possible what are the minimum resources the organisation should invest for the development of its workforce, an accurate assessment should

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    Degree vs Diploma

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    Degree vs Diploma Increasingly, it seems as though a college education is becoming a necessary requirement for obtaining a decent piece of the economic pie. Over the past couple of decades the distribution of income has been growing more and more unequal: the top end of the distribution has seen a growth in their income while those at the lower end have seen their real incomes stagnate (Irons 1). Education is the most important way in which people can make it into the upper end of the income

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    The Doctorate of Nursing (DNP) degree like the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree was created to prepare nurse scholars. Both of these programs focus on research methodology and require a research project. However, the DNP curriculum design is practice-focused while the PhD has a research-focused. To expand the practice of nursing, there is a need to continually create practice experts, nurse scientist, and leadership. As in other disciplines, the educational component must be designed to support

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    Bachelor Degree Required Seeking advancement in my company seems to have the term “Bachelor Degree Required” assigned to it. Without a degree it’s not impossible to be promoted, but it’s more of an exception than the norm. At times, should the applicant have sufficient years of equivalent experience and be known by the group hiring, the requirement can be waived. With the constant change in company policies, the equivalency option may be removed. Then what am I going to do? With so many younger

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