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As a single mom, your list of financial obligations can be overwhelming along with child care, which costs between $9,000 and $9,600 per year but can be significantly higher. Food, extracurricular activities, and all other expenses associated with having children and even the thought of adding the burden of returning to college may seem impossible, but it's doable. Higher education remains one of the best investments that a single parent can make to support their children financially. According to the 2018 Bureau of Labor Statistics results, the median bi-weekly salary of a person with a bachelor's degree was $922 higher…

It is no secret that national and international security issues are becoming more and more complex and extensive. From cybercrime and biological weapons to transnational terrorism, these threats to national security, organizations, and individuals are more severe than ever. As a result, the need for trained security professionals on the front line in addressing cybersecurity threats, national security breaches, violent crime, and data breaches is increasing dramatically. It will likely surge in the foreseeable future. To participate in this high-stakes battle and build a rewarding career, you need a Bachelor of Arts in Online Security Studies. Let's take a look…

You must be prepared to accept some form of online training when you prepare for the next semester. Whether you want to continue with the program you are already enrolled in or move to an established online program that may already be in place at your school; you should do a little research to make an informed decision. Here are some key factors to consider when comparing online learning opportunities. In recent times, it may be surprising that "good" courses can be offered in-person or online. However, online courses come with additional strategic considerations, as they require reliable tools and technology…

Many colleges spend the summer preparing for a new fall reality: continuing online education. The list of university projects currently shows that almost half plan for more than one semester. Of this group, the majority consider a hybrid approach that offers a combination of online and on-campus education. Below are some facts concerning universities and online education. Almost half of U.S. universities plan to start some form of online course this fall. Many institutions intend to adopt a hybrid model of offering classroom and online lessons. Students considering a transfer should use accreditation and support services as a yardstick. Tuition…

Online courses are increasingly popular to supplement your degree or acquire a new one. According to an annual study by the Babson Survey Research Group, around 5.8 million students - more than one in four - are currently taking at least one course online. There are a variety of degrees available online to meet the needs of our non-traditional students. These offers meet the same high standards as our classroom courses and study programs and allow you to expand your knowledge and career conveniently and affordably. Four Proven Ways to Succeed in Your Online Course If you are taking a…