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How Women Find Their Voice in the Workplace

A recent article penned by Madeline E. Heilman a psychology professor at New York University, details the actions that women can take when they do not receive appropriate credit for their contributions in the workplace. Psychology Professor Michelle C.

Accessibility of Online Education for Students

Accessibility to education is a concept that continues to be challenged as policy makers and economists struggle to find a solution that provides affordable, quality education for all. In the 21st century economy a college degree is often synonymous to success, but many potential students are unable to take on the financial burden or the lack of flexibility of a traditional brick and mortar school.

Can International Students Apply For Online Programs Or Courses?

The University of Massachusetts incorporates diversity-related programming online for the entire community, and our programs are enriched by the unique perspectives and cultures of the international students. Students from over 70 countries attend the University of Massachusetts, and it is UMassOnline that makes it possible to further that diversity by increasing the accessibility of higher education to all corners of the Globe.

In order to be considered, international students are commonly asked to provide the following, but not limited to:

UMass Online Program Spotlight: Orientation and Mobility Graduate Certificate

For those interested in helping the visually impaired live independent, productive lives, being a certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist may be a great option for you!

Offered through The UMass Boston Graduate College of Education and supported by the Northeast Regional Center for Vision Education (NERCVE), this certification is recommended to students who are passionate about assisting individuals who are blind/visually impaired reach their goal of becoming safe, efficient, and independent travelers.

UMass Lowell included in “Top 50 Best Online Master’s Programs in Education Management”

A master’s degree is a common requirement for a management position in the education field. We are excited to share that the University of Massachusetts Lowell is ranked one of the top 50 best online master’s programs in education management!

The Rise of Competency-Based Education

Time and time again the issue of accessible and affordable education is taking center stage this election season. Business leaders, educators and politicians alike are interested in not only lowering the cost of education but also providing students with a program that gives them the skills necessary to be successful in today’s job market. For many, the solution is competency-based education.

Will My Credits Transfer From My Previous University To UMass?

One of the most common questions we are asked is... will my previous credits transfer? The credit transferring process does seem to vary in complexity and detail from school to school; but for UMass students, we have a convenient and flexible transferring process. As long as you earned your credits from an accredited university, they will transfer over to UMass. If you are unfamiliar with the transfer process, we have friendly and informed advisors available to answer any questions and/or concerns.

Why Every Student Should Vote

This year’s presidential election is already turning into one of the unique in recent memory. As such, individuals can easily become disillusioned into believing their vote doesn’t matter. However, we want to remind our students that their vote does matter and why it’s critically important to pay attention during the election season.

UMass Online Program Spotlight: BA, Human Services Concentrations

Many people see human service jobs, such as victim advocacy or social work as a calling. One thing is certain; the need to help others is growing exponentially.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than a half million career opportunities in human services will be created in the next decade, making it one of the nation’s fastest growing sectors of the economy. 

Internship Dos and Don’ts

Spring is just around the corner and that means the summer internship search is in high gear. Unlike, students in a brick and mortar institution, UMass online students have the great advantage of a flexible schedule allowing them to spend more time at their internship to ensure they get the full experience,  whether they are on summer break or not. As students start or search for internships here are a few Dos and Don’ts to remember.

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