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Nurses, soldiers, athletes, professors; Drexel's online students are for real. The world is their campus, where they meet and surmount obstacles that only enrich them as scholars.
Pamela Norton, PhD, co-director of the College of Medicine's Masters Program in Molecular Medicine, shares some key facts about the program.
Meghan Moorhouse, a graduate of Drexel University's MS in Global and International Education program, found herself facing an assignment not listed on the syllabus.
The benefits of a criminal justice degree are plentiful and set students on a path towards a rewarding career in law enforcement or the legal profession.
Liz Miles, an enrollment specialist at Drexel University Online invites prospective students to virtually explore the University's programs.
While today’s job market is certainly more competitive for everyone, military spouses face their own special challenges when it comes to career advancement.
In the age of “plug and play” talent and technology, career
experts say that the freelance – or “gig” – economy is not only heating up,
it’s here to stay.
Online students have no choice but to learn many of the skills that apply themselves to telecommuting. As working from home becomes more and more popular, these skills can help you work more effectively outside the traditional office setting.
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