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Study Tips for Online Master’s Degree Programs

By: Megan Horner and Johanna Sorrentino Tags: Where To Start

Every year, more and more students decide that distance education is the best way to achieve their academic goals. In fact, from 2009 to 2013, the number of college students …

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Sage Mauldin, PhD
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Take Our Quiz | Should You Pursue a Full-time or Part-time Grad Degree Program?

Are you thinking about attending grad school?

Maybe you’ve narrowed down which degree programs you’d like to pursue, or perhaps you’ve only recently started to consider if grad school is right for you—either way, we applaud you. Grad school is …

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Which companies employ the most college graduates in the U.S.?

Finding a job in your chosen field can make you feel like all the time, money, and effort you spent on college is finally paying off. But finding a job isn’t always easy.

To help graduates find employment, the college …

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Pros and Cons of Graduate Film School

George Lucas went (to USC). Kathryn Bigelow went (to Columbia). And Ang Lee and Martin Scorsese both went (to NYU). But there are scores of other accomplished directors—including Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan, the Wachowskis, and Miranda July—that never set foot …

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Why Recruiters Might Accept You into Business School with a Less than Impressive Academic Record as an Undergraduate

For recruiters considering your MBA applications to business school, what could make the difference between you being accepted or rejected?  Find out in the following post.

A lot can change between the time you’re 18 and, say, 28. Let’s say …

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(405) 325-0311
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The University of Oklahoma
660 Parrington Oval,
Norman, OK 73019-0390