DePaul University’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, located near the heart of Chicago’s financial district, offers an online Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA) program that blends accounting theory and practice to immediately prepare graduates for working in the industry. The program equips individuals with the comprehensive skills necessary to become capable certified public accountants (CPAs) as well as leaders in business and accounting firms.

Through Edcor, students are eligible to receive a 10 percent tuition discount on this master’s degree program.

The curriculum is informed by input from public accounting firms and businesses to ensure that it covers the most current issues within the profession. In addition to acquiring an understanding of all the topics included in the CPA exam, students will gain advanced expertise in numerous financial and managerial accounting topics, including auditing, financial reporting, and how accounting can be used in business decision making. It is ideal for professionals with a passion for the financial aspects of business, individuals interested in entering an accounting career, or those looking to advance into accounting leadership.

DePaul University, located near the heart of Chicago’s financial district, is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). To learn more about DePaul’s online MS in Accountancy, click here.

Florida Tech University is launching an online Project Management Program as opportunities in the field are growing rapidly. A recent report by the Project Management Institute (PMI) says that organizations will need to hire 87.7 million more people with project management skills by 2027, especially in healthcare, manufacturing, information services, finance, insurance and professional services. Florida Tech’s programs in project management, offered 100 percent online, are accredited by the PMI’s Global Accreditation Center and provide hands-on experience designed to prepare students for today’s biggest business challenges.

George Washington University online Master of Engineering in climate change engineering and policy (M.Eng.[CCEP]) prepares professionals with technical and non-technical backgrounds to guide their organizations to better understand climate change and to develop mitigation strategies that shrink their ecological footprint. Through Edcor, students are eligible to receive a 10 percent tuition discount on this prestigious master’s degree program.

Climate change is a worldwide issue that requires an in-depth look at the intersections of technology, policy and business. GW’s M.Eng.(CCEP) program was developed specifically for those who wish to understand industry-recognized frameworks and methodologies for climate science, economics, energy and sustainability—as well as the political forces impacting them—to improve life on the planet now and in the future.

This fully-online program teaches students how to conceptualize key strategic considerations associated with climate change in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Students will study climate mitigation and adaptation approaches, including market-based incentives to lower greenhouse gas emissions and reduce pollution through regulatory measures like carbon taxation and cap and trade. To learn more about the M.Eng.(CCEP) program and take the next step in your career, click here.

Liberty University has many degree programs that teach effective communication skills, but there are four master degrees that truly are the best. If you desire to learn how to become a better communicator, consider pursuing either our Master of Arts in Communication, Master of Arts in Promotion and Video Content, Master of Arts in Strategic Communication, or our Master of Arts in Social Media Management.

Research has shown that the ability to communicate effectively is vital to the success of any business. Whether it be internally to employees, or externally to the customer base, the ability to communicate will make or break any business.

If you do not want to commit to a full length degree, take a look at one of our graduate certificate programs. They are just three classes long and offer you the ability to get a quick start on your graduate education. If you have any questions about any of our programs or would like to speak with an admissions counselor, please call 1-800-424-9595 or visit www.liberty.edu. Don’t forget to ask about the 15 percent Liberty Advantage – Edcor discount.

Penn State World Campus is offering a new graduate certificate for geospatial software developers. The new 15-credit graduate certificate in geospatial programming and web map development is aimed at helping geospatial professionals working in the GIS and web mapping industries expand their software development and coding skills.
Students will learn to script the automation of spatial analysis processes, develop custom user interfaces on top of existing desktop applications and create web-based interactive mapping applications that support spatial data science.

Anthony Robinson, assistant professor of geography and director of online geospatial education programs at Penn State commented, “The spatial technology ecosystem now features an immense range of proprietary and open source platforms for making maps, analyzing patterns and managing data sources. A lot of geospatial professionals today work on teams that include programmers, so even if your job focuses mostly on analyzing results, completing a certificate like ours can really help you work effectively within a larger team that’s building web maps or spatial analysis tools.”

For information on this program and the tuition reduction available to you, your spouse and legal dependents, visit Penn State World Campus Edcor website.

Regent University School of Law (LAW) alumni secured the top overall bar passage rate above all other law schools in the Commonwealth of Virginia, once again. The Virginia Board of Bar Examiners (VBBE) released the results from the February 2018 bar exam in mid-April: Test-takers with their law degree from Regent passed the Virginia Bar Exam at an 81.82 percent rate. “I am thrilled for our graduates,” said LAW Dean Michael Hernandez. “I am especially pleased with and proud of our faculty who mentor our students and invest in them individually.” Hernandez acknowledged the efforts of LAW Professor Ben Madison, who leads Regent LAW’s bar passage initiatives.

Earlier this year, Regent alumni passed the July 2017 bar with a 94.59 percent overall passage rate – 23 percent above the statewide average. Hernandez said that Regent’s continued lead in overall bar passage rate is a “great sign,” and he hopes that students graduating from Regent will continue to excel in bar passage rates for years to come. “This result, for the second time in a row, demonstrates an unbeatable combination of great students, excellent faculty, and curriculum and programs that train our students to do what God has called them to do,” said Hernandez.