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Computer Science vs. Computer Engineering: What’s the Difference?

According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the computer and information technology sector is growing at a faster pace than most fields. With burgeoning job growth of 12 percent projected over the period spanning 2018 to 2028, IT and computing is rapidly emerging as one of the nation’s hottest, most in-demand industries. …

Weighing the Pros and Cons of Online vs. In-Person Learning

Thanks to advancements in technology, distance education has become more accessible than ever before, with most U.S. colleges and universities now offering a wide range of online graduate and undergraduate degree programs. Recently, in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19, more and more students are choosing to attend college online. Whether you’re interested …

Best Degrees for Work from Home Careers 

As technology grows both more powerful and more portable, greater numbers of Americans are choosing to work from home — an employment trend that’s only been spurred by the COVID-19 outbreaks of 2020.  While there’s no question that the work from home “trend” is here to stay, the real question for job-seekers is, what are …

Can You Transfer Online College Credits?

In the decades since online learning emerged, colleges and universities have been able to refine their online curriculum to make it more engaging and accessible to students, giving them an education that is on par with what they would learn in an in-person education setting.  With the rise of online education, many of the questions …

What to Know About Transferring Old College Credits

If you’re considering returning to school after some time away, you may be able to transfer your college credits, helping you earn a new degree faster.  By transferring credits to your new school, you can avoid redundant courses that cover subjects you’re already familiar with. That gives you the freedom and flexibility to earn your …