QU Online Blog
The QU Online Blog was created for distance learners to cover topics related to online education, professional development and industry trends. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting a career path, this blog is designed to be a valuable resource for your educational journey.
When it comes to your application, letters of recommendation for graduate school may be more important to your admittance than you think. Along with your personal statement, letters can separate you from the rest of the applicants.
Distance education has given almost six million students the opportunity to participate in an online class and “85% of Americans enrolled in post-secondary institutions are contemporary (or non-traditional) learners,” according to the Online Learning Consortium report, The 2016 Higher Education Online Learning Landscape.
The Quinnipiac University School of Business has once again had both its online MBA program and online graduate business programs named to the US News & World Report Best Online Business Programs lists.
Whether you are a seasoned expert or just starting out, building a successful professional network allows you to advance your career, find inspiration, encourage mentorship, and explore new career opportunities. In today’s competitive work environment, who you know can be just as important as what you know. In fact, a recent report from Payscale.com shows that as much as 85% of all jobs are filled via networking.1 Knowing how to develop an effective professional network can be one of the most important factors towards achieving your professional goals.
When picking an online college, gathering research is an important step in the decision-making process. Exploring your options is essential to ensure you have chosen the right program. To assist your further, we put together a helpful spreadsheet to assist you with your research.
The recent ISACA-CMMI Institute cybersecurity culture research illustrates the accomplishments and gaps that are seen in organizations’ cybersecurity culture. The survey-driven research focuses on culture and continuous improvement, both essential components to a successful cyber risk management program.
The thought of paying for graduate school can be overwhelming; however, there are programs in place to help those who want to continue their education. Research the many different opportunities to secure loans, scholarships and grants that will help you cover the cost of graduate school.
What would you consider to be the greatest security risk to your organization? If you ask this question to ten C-level executives, you may get ten different responses. Securing software, database or network security, ransomware, malware, and DDoS attacks are all things that come to mind. But what about the vulnerability that your business faces due to the ongoing cybersecurity skills shortage?
Once you enter repayment on your loans, you may receive phone calls, letters or see posts from companies asking you if you would like to consolidate your student loans. Even if you are not in repayment, you may have heard radio ads or seen Facebook ads from companies offering to consolidate student loans. It is very important to understand that many of these ads can be misleading.
When you open your financial aid offer letter, you may find that you have been offered more than your owing tuition and fee invoice. Each year, students are offered the maximum amount they qualify for, based on federal guidelines, even if it is more than their tuition and fee invoice. With this in mind, ask yourself what your long term goals are with borrowing your student loans.