Degree Programs

Q&A : Job Opportunities for Mechanical Engineers in USA

Guest post is written by reader Rocky (nickname). I have a MS in Mechanical engineering and fortunately found a job after a lot of struggle. I just wanted to educate Mechanical Engineering students who are planning to do MS in USA Therefore I am writing this article – Job Opportunities for Mechanical Engineers in USA.…

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Flowchart – Masters Degree Timeline and Milestone

Before selecting a university to attend in USA, you need to know the Masters degree timeline. When you make a degree plan flowchart for all the schools, you can compare the degree plan visually. Following flowchart from Texas Tech University gives an overview about Masters degree Milestone and Timeline. <click on the image to expand>…

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An Insider’s Look at The Master in Public Health Degree

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A Master in Public Health (MPH) is an master’s degree that is the most recognized professional degree for leaders in the field of public health. This degree is designed for people who want to become leaders in how to solve the most pressing public health problems, such as proper sanitation, HIV/AIDS prevention, and malaria. Many…

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Q&A with Dr.John Talburt – University of Arkansas, Little Rock

Q&A session with Dr.John Talburt – Chair of Information Quality at University of Arkansas at Little Rock. After we published information the article University Vs Program – The Most Intelligent Decision I Made, I reached out to Dr.Talburt to provide additional information about the New Masters in Information Quality program. Here are the answers for…

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Want The Most Wanted Job in Wall Street? Get M.S. in Financial Engineering

To get that most wanted job (and first job) one has to complete Quantitative Risk Management course in M.S. in Financial Engineering from olumbia University. Starting Salary for such jobs can be high as 150,000 per year. Job Nature – Manage the  investments risks.   Most Wanted Wall Street Job Watch the following CNN Video…

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Why I Chose Unconventional Career and University in Montana

Guest post  by Apoorva – Unconventional- career path and choice of University I couldn’t have been happier today with my choice of course and university in the U.S. I did my undergrad in Environmental Sciences from Pune and am now doing my Master’s in Environmental Journalism [the actual name of the course is much longer].…

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Considering a PSM degree? Comparing it with a PhD or MBA?

Guest Post by Daniel Chatham – Former Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid at the Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences and Director of Admission and Recruitment for the University of California’s Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies. He blogs about Higher Education at  insidetheadcom.com Lots of information is available for PhD…

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How to Become a Physcial Therapist in USA

Question – How to become a physical therapist in USA? What are the college course and degree requirements? Is there additional licensing exam requirements? How to become a physical therapist in USA (this post) Average GRE Scores Required for Physical Therapy Schools How to Become a Physical Therapist Here is a quick overview of steps…

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Is Online College Degree Right for Me?

The term online college degrees refers to college degrees that can be earned by studying, taking courses through Internet. Its not required to attend colleges and visit campus. Improvements in technology and the increasing use of the Internet worldwide have led to a rapid growth of online colleges. Bachelors, Masters, PhD degrees can be obtained…

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Masters in Mechanical Engineering – Areas of Specialization

Lets look at some of the area of specialization (or majors) offered under Masters in Mechanical Engineering degree. From the list you can see the options available varies between universities. Also, courses offered for each majors will be different and unique. If you are interested to study M.S. in Mechanical Engineering in Fluid Mechanics, then…

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