Chicago – the nation’s third largest city - is the Midwest’s economic and transportation center, famous for museums, sports teams and deep dish pizza. Chicago also is the region’s education center with nationally-ranked major universities and highly-rated small, intimate colleges.
Friday, Nov 08 2013 08:00 AM
Considering there are an estimated 50,000 cyber security jobs that the federal government and private industry needs to fill in the near future, a cyber security degree is likely to be in high demand.
Wednesday, Nov 06 2013 11:00 AM
Some two-year associate’s degrees can lead to jobs with larger paychecks than what graduates with a bachelor’s degree earn, but with dramatically lower education costs and typically far less debt.
Monday, Nov 04 2013 09:00 AM
Many schools – including some of the most well-known schools in the country – do not require taking the GMAT to get in. Some of them do, however, require work experience or the attainment of advanced degrees
Friday, Nov 01 2013 09:00 AM
Even for those high school students who have not done well on the SAT or ACT tests, there is still hope of getting a college education.
Wednesday, Oct 30 2013 10:00 AM
The healthcare industry continues to expand as an aging American population - more active than any generation that came before - requires more medical services both for preventative and reactive medical treatments.
Monday, Oct 28 2013 09:00 AM
One question many high school graduate quickly encounter while applying for college is this: what makes a university a university and what makes a college a college? And just what is the difference between a university and a college?
It doesn’t help that there is no set standard to separate the two.
Friday, Oct 25 2013 09:00 AM
Choose A College – Articles & Guides to Selecting the Right School or University
You want to make the best decision possible when selecting a college. In this part of the resource center, U.S. New University Directory offers you a variety of articles designed to assist you in that endeavor. Some detail particular degree or certificate programs, while others serve as a guide to picking a college. Together they can help you discover how to choose a school, so start exploring the Choosing the Right School articles now!