Do you ever ask yourself, "What if…?" No matter how hard we try to live in the present, it’s human nature to think about what might have been if we’d made different choices. Sometimes, "what ifs" come in the form of “if only.” Fortunately, though, today we’re not talking about

For stay-at-home mom Marion Brooks, earning a degree in teaching math online has proved to be exactly what she was looking for: a flexible, affordable way to pursue a high-demand job as a math teacher despite the demands of being a busy married mother of two young boys. Marion, who

Say the word "student," and many people will think of kids. School kids on a playground; high school kids hanging out by their lockers; there’s even the common phrase "college kids" to talk about young adults at a university. But at an online university built for busy working adults like

Last month, during National Nurses Week, we introduced you to online MSN-Leadership and Management degree student Gladys Adjei-Poku, a Ghanaian-born nursing manager at the University of Utah Hospital who helps organize a yearly humanitarian medical trip back to Ghana. Gladys was honored by the University of Utah College of Nursing

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