If you desire a computer science career, you can develop the skills employers are looking for in this online computer science degree from Johnson & Wales University. The demand for professionals with programming and networking skills is on the rise—and jobs in computer science are only projected to increase throughout the next decade.
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Organizations—small and large, local and global—are looking for specialists in the areas of human resources, compensation/benefits, and training, and the demand is expected to continue over the next decade. Stand out with your expertise in the growing field of organizational psychology in this psychology graduate program. Students will deepen their understanding of how to positively impact workplace environments with socio-cultural solutions through their study of team dynamics, talent development, organizational culture, and more.
One of the best things about online learning is that students can pursue their degrees from virtually anywhere — even another continent. Just ask Karen Duey '95, '18, current location: Antarctica.
Part of online learning’s appeal is that it is flexible and convenient. Need to work full time and pursue a degree? No problem. Live too far from a campus that offers your degree? Easy, sign up for an online option. But for some reason, many online students don’t realize that the very qualities that drew them to pursue their degree outside a classroom make it entirely possible to do so from anywhere in the world.
In 1985, I decided that it was finally time to get a college education. I was 21 and had already been in the culinary business for five years. To date, I had experience working in restaurants, hotels, and on a privately-owned yacht. Up until then, I had not done well throughout my secondary school experience in England. I chose to leave school at 16 to work in a job I actually enjoyed, all while getting paid.
Kristen Batista ’17 loved her undergraduate experience at Johnson & Wales University in Providence: She made great friends and memories as a member of the Wildcat Dance team and worked hard in her pursuit of her bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies, which she says allowed her to tie together her “specific talents and interests within the arts, humanities, and communications fields.” But before she could finish her degree on campus, her husband, Nashay, a United States Marine, received the order
Going to college once meant packing up your car, moving to into a dorm on campus, and attending class in ivy-covered brick buildings.
Today that traditional experience is still available, but it’s not always a realistic choice for everyone who wants to pursue a college degree.