It's a fact: Businesses today rely on data. Position yourself for a successful career in data analytics with this master's level program. You'll gain expertise in data mining, analytics, management and visualization, forecasting, modeling, and optimization and simulation through this master of science in data analytics online degree.
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Never before has more information been gathered—and data collection shows no signs of slowing down. Smart organizations need skilled professionals to preserve, maintain, and guard these valuable assets. Students will explore business continuity, incident response, cyberscience, and other aspects of IT operations—all with a firm business administration foundation. If your goals include a career in information security or you want to increase your knowledge in the field, this online MBA information security degree will position you to excel.
Workplace dynamics matter. Smart organizations are placing more emphasis on corporate culture, employee training, talent development, and more. As such, careers in psychology are on the rise. Through this online psychology degree, you can stand out as a leader who not only understands the required business competencies but also has a firm grasp on what drives individual and team success.
Explore human behavior and understand its complex relationship with the surrounding world with this online psychology degree. In this program, students will be exposed to psychological theories and learn how they explain human behavior, professional and ethical practices, social and cultural diversity, and psychological research methods. This undergraduate degree incorporates career knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as opportunities for experiential learning, which will prepare students for lifelong learning and professional success.
Deepen your expertise in the public sector and stand out in the criminal justice field.
This Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree with a concentration in criminal justice provides an in-depth study of effective criminal justice practices and public administration methodologies—and delivers a targeted knowledge of logistics strategy, operations management, and systems analysis. This body of knowledge will serve as a benchmark for achievements and a common roadmap for continuous improvement and workforce development.
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.
Are you confused by prepositions and where, specifically, they should go in a sentence? Don’t worry! You’re not the only one. The following discussion was inspired by the feedback I received on my last blog about picking proper pronouns. Several students asked if I could clarify whether or not it is acceptable to end a sentence with a preposition. Without further ado, let’s dive in!
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
As the Student Writing Support Specialist for Johnson & Wales University’s College of Online Education, I work with both graduate and undergraduate learners on advancing their writing skills. My job includes crafting thesis statements, developing arguments, ensuring APA and MLA formatting guidelines have been met, and more!
Here are five common grammatical errors I see when reviewing student work, and tips for how you can correct them in your own writing: