Online Degree

The Value of a Liberal Arts Degree

To say the past year has been unprecedented would be an understatement. From moving an entire workforce online to record-breaking unemployment throughout the United States due to COVID-19, these unprecedented times have forced many to reevaluate what the future holds for them.

Whether entering the workforce as a recent college graduate or a working professional, many find themselves asking questions like…

“Am I happy with the career I chose?”

“How can I strengthen my skillset to provide job security?”

Debunking 3 Misconceptions of Online Learning

When searching for the right online degree or course, there are so many options it can be challenging to find the one for you. As an adult learner and working professional, your time is limited and I am sure you aren't enrolling in online education just for fun but rather to learn a new skill or build on what you already know.

You need relevant and actionable solutions for real-world problems. To help you along your journey in finding the right online program, I would like to debunk three common misconceptions about online learning:

UMass Online Program Spotlight: Women's and Gender Studies Degree Completion Program

The Program. The completion program for Women’s and Gender Studies is offered as a fully online program through UMass Dartmouth. This program explores women’s experiences and studies women’s lives, history, and roles.

Top Reasons To Get A Masters Degree

In today’s workforce, it’s common for employers to support candidates with advanced degrees. In order to receive competitive, high-paying jobs, you need to distinguish yourself and bring something extra to the table. A master’s degree is a great way to do that.

Why is the extra degree so important? We’ve listed some of the main advantages below: