Careers in the medical field are and have always been some of the most secure and highest-paying options. Even as the recession still affects most of the United States, medical careers remain relatively stable. There are more opportunities than qualified graduates in most areas of the country, making a medical school degree a highly sought-after […]
HBCU Education Programs: How to Pick a Major and More
You’ve chosen your HBCU – now it’s time to choose your major! HBCU educations programs come in a wide variety – from private, liberal focused to public with a focus on trades. Having so many options at your fingertips can be both amazing and intimidating. Our articles on HBCU education programs are here to help you make it through the maze.
Having a full view of the variety of HBCU education programs out there can provide guidance on careers you’ve been interested in and insight into ones you’ve never considered. For instance, maybea career in pharmacy has interested you – Howard University, in Washington DC, has an exceptional program. Maybe you’re interested in a very specialized degree, such as a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. We offer a list of HBCU education programs focused on just that degree.
Check back often for the latest news and updates on HBCU education programs as your academic and career goals expand!
Are you interested in a career in the field of nursing? There are many HBCU nursing programs available. Read on to know more about these schools.
When choosing a degree, it’s nearly always in a student’s best interest to strive for the highest level of education possible. In many fields, a doctoral degree is considered standard. In others, it is not yet standard but is always considered as an asset when hiring. In addition, many industries have begun to require or […]
Located in Dallas, Texas, Paul Quinn College recently unveiled a new link in the powerful chain of HBCUs. The Center for Fundraising and Philanthropy has been designed to support, encourage and forge new ground in its’ namesake subjects. About the Fundraising and Philanthropy Center At Paul Quinn College, you can find the Center in the […]
Choosing an accredited school is one of the most important academic choices a student can make in today’s competitive job market. Not only do graduates of accredited colleges consistently find better employment, but they enjoy an education which has been certified as the best of the best. Obtaining a degree from a non-accredited school is […]
Digital artists, also known as multimedia artists, are persons who employ a wide range of media on their computers as a form of expression. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics indicates that over 60% of digital artists are self-employed, but for those who wish to work for companies, the high demand and lucrative offers continues […]
On November 20, 2012, HBCU presidents, provosts, faculty, and other key administrators gathered at Howard University to discuss the progress of the National Science Foundation (NSF) funded Washington Baltimore Hampton Roads-Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (WBHR-LSAMP) program. The WBHR-LSAMP program is a nationally recognized initiative designed to increase the diversity, quality, and quantity of […]
Thanks to recent initiatives to expand online master’s degree programs from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), students who wish to earn their MBA now have a number of options available for completing their advanced degree, often without even needing to set foot on campus. Whether you’re planning to pursue an MBA with your al […]