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Master’s of Nutrition and Dietetics vs. Master’s in Nutrition

A quick peek at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services or the Center for Science in Public Interest websites shows some eye-opening statistics about nutrition in America. According to these sources: The typical American diet exceeds the recommended limits on intake levels for refined grains, saturated fat, sodium… Read more >


The Important Role of the Collegiate Athletic Administrator

Athletic administrators, also known as athletic directors, are responsible for overseeing the entirety of an organization’s athletics, including national teams and conferences as well as recreational and intramural sports in addition to coaches and staff. These professionals also manage the budgets and finances of an organization’s athletic department which may… Read more >


Choosing Between a Master’s in Counseling vs. Master’s in Social Work

Social workers and counselors provide their clients with more than basic support and guidance— for some, the social workers who helped them through challenging moments have become key sources of feeling safe, secure and happy. People working in both social work and counseling are often motivated by a common goal:… Read more >


Career Options with a Master of Social Work Degree

Social work is all about listening to the stories of both individual clients and those of society, and helping to form solutions for complex social problems. Yet the ways in which social workers can do that are countless. They can help people deal with any number of medical, psychological, development… Read more >


The Growing Field of Social Work and the Top MSW Career Paths

Tweet Demand for social workers is projected to grow 16 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average growth rate for all occupations. If you’re interested in a career in social work, a Master of Social Work could expand your job opportunities and help you get into a… Read more >


MA in Educational Technology Careers and Industry Outlook

If you went back in time to the release of the Atari and told people that video games would become powerful teaching tools, they would probably have some serious doubts. Yet we’ve now seen that games like Minecraft can be used to engage students in the classroom, as well as… Read more >


Administration and Management Degrees in Emergency Services: What’s the Difference?

A career in emergency services is highly rewarding and critically important in today’s world. This career path challenges you to blend strategic and tactical thinking in crisis situations. On one hand, responding to an event in the moment requires quick action and a short-term plan that can balance hundreds of… Read more >


Careers with an MS in Nutrition

As most people are aware, many major health problems can be linked to poor nutrition, including heart disease, diabetes, obesity, tooth decay, and osteoporosis. And, these problems aren’t limited to a small number of people: According to the CDC, about half of all American adults have one or more preventable… Read more >


How to Become a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE)

According to the American Diabetes Association, an estimated 30.3 million people in the U.S.—over 9 percent of the total population—live with diabetes. Keeping their conditions under control requires careful monitoring, regularly taking any prescribed medication and making informed diet, fitness and other lifestyle choices. A diabetes educator plays a vital… Read more >


Career Options with an M.A. in Art Education

Art education careers offer uniquely fulfilling opportunities to share the power of creative expression with others and help them discover inspiration. And, as an art teacher, you are uniquely positioned to make a difference in students’ lives. For example, a report from the National Endowment for the Arts suggested that… Read more >



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