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Brandon Pipkin, MBA from WGU It’s a noble pursuit to continually seek knowledge and understanding, especially of a challenging subject. We all have our favorite topics, but what about those elusive ones that draw us in and interrogate us? Brandon Pipkin found his subject—and it changed his life. As he

Far from the hospital where she works, Jill Howard is working in a hotel room. Handling meetings, taking this interview, and also managing to read the constant texts coming from her real estate agent (she’s selling her house—the task she’s most eager to check off her list). As the chief

Dominic Kanaventi has a unique story. But while the details of his journey may not paint a familiar scenario to most, his determination and positivity are certainly a common thread his story shares with those of many WGU alumni. In his native country of Zimbabwe, Dominic was a renowned stage

By Tyler McNiven WGU MBA Graduate While my journey is unique, it contains principles common to both current students and graduates. An unknown author once said, “Success requires sacrifice. The first step to a good plan is deciding what you are willing to give up.” We all made such decisions

Krystal Covington, MBA, is a woman who knows how to stretch herself. With a refined strategy in place, she’s going places—and it’s due to her purposeful goals and efforts. A sampling of her career accomplishments includes being founder of Women of Denver, a published author, a public speaker, and a

Medical records. Systems. People. Technology. The healthcare industry is made up of a lot of complex components and rapidly moving parts. In an ideal world, they’d all work together smoothly and seamlessly. Integrated healthcare is a game-changing trend in the healthcare industry, a discipline that combines business acumen, a passion

Theresa Taylor received respectable grades in high school, was awarded a scholarship for college, and enrolled right away. Although her career goals and aspirations were undecided at the time, it had always been her plan to obtain a college degree. Her father had been successful, but did not graduate from

Forbes recently published an article on the "10 Most Promising Jobs of 2015," and we found their list pretty interesting.

Statistics, the need for accountants is supposed to grow by 13 percent by the year 2022, and the average take-home pay for the job was more than $63,000 in 2012.

By Dr. Nancy Champion Cartwright Course Mentor, Teacher Education At WGU, each student is assigned a personal faculty member to work with them as a mentor throughout their time at WGU. Additionally, each course has its own course mentors, subject-matter experts who are available to help students get through course

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