Boost Your Education And Life With An Online Degree.Written by Dave White
Obtaining an online bachelors degree can be a swift and easy way to further your career,prospects and life in general. But before you enroll, there are a few important points you need to know get your head around.
Number one, you'll want to make ensure that college that offers you a degree online is accredited. School and universities are accredited on a national or state level. This accreditation means that a relevant board of education has researched and approved schools curriculum and course.
Secondly, you will want to make sure that school is highly recognized and that bachelors degree can be transfered. This will help because someday you might need to further enhance your education by completing your masters degree and you might be required to transfer your bachelors credits.
Prerequisite to obtaining your bachelors degree from a university or college, First you must have minimum of a G.E.D or a high school diploma. It will also help to have some college or previous work experience under your belt. If you have attained previous college credits, then they can be put toward your bachelors degree program and period of time that you will need to be enrolled in school will be shortened.
If you have not attained previous college credits, The majority of bachelors degree online programs take about thirty six months to finish. This period of time is based on a person that takes a minimum of twenty hours of course work per week. With previous college credits, or by spending a larger amount of time on course work every week, some individuals can finish their bachelors online degree program in as little as twelve months.
Atlanta, Georgia IT Job Board - Information Technology Job Seekers - AtlantaWritten by Regina Stevens
Information Technology Job Seekers - Atlanta (ITJSA) is a networking service based in Atlanta, Georgia. ITJSA was created to assist IT job seekers find technology jobs throughout Atlanta.
The service began in form of a paper newsletter in February 2005 and distributed throughout Atlanta area. After 7 days of introducing service, Founder, Regina Stevens, after receiving tons of responses to service, decided to create a website to accommodate all participants.
Regina Stevens says, "This service was created primarily out of frustration. IT job descriptions are not written realistically, so therefore, IT people cannot find jobs and employers are having difficulties finding IT candidates. The problem is that no ONE person can be an expert in all IT fields, which are requested in majority of IT descriptions."