what's the best qualities for students who will finally face the carrier life? Especially for the Science and Technology PhD student, who has learning in a very deep area of one subject. Most of them have to change the direction while finding a job
I am a graduate student in Electrical Engineering who opted for the non-thesis option in order to avoid the uncertainty of the time of graduation that is associated with the thesis option. However, I am also planning to pursue a PhD in the future and I have heard how not choosing the thesis option c
Is it possible to get a job in the research industry, not academia, with a PhD in biomedical science?
I'm interested in pursuing a job as a researcher and was wondering about whether it would be possible for me to work in research in the industry.
I'm interested in getting a PhD in biomedical science, but I'm not sure how to earn money working as a researcher while still having to pay for school.
I need a time limit so I can plan out my future.
I consider working as an academic. In this regard, I have a bachelor degree of International Trade and Logistic. I need some suggestion about it.
I am a high-school junior In the San Francisco Bay Area. I am interested in obtaining a phd in the area of dentistry.
Is one more valuable than the other in terms of finding a clinical psychologist job or making more money? Is one easier to get than the other?
How much of an income difference is there between a Master's in Psychology and a Ph D in Psychology?
I'm taking a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and considering graduate school. I'm wondering how much more money someone with a Ph D would make vs. someone with a Masters working as a counsellor/therapist?
I wanted to do psychology but my mom and friends say that maybe engineering is where I need to be. I just don't know anymore. I know for sure I want my PhD but I don't know what topic to get it in.
This has been bugging me.
is better to go right into graduate school or should i wait to get a job with my bachelors?
And by higher education I mean graduate school. Is it even possible to become a psychologist if I don't plan on going into graduate school?
HI i am doing msc in mathematics from a named university. i want to know that what are the options or what are the opportunities after Msc other than Ph.d ?
Does studying abrod help you when it comes to appying to medical schools or is there something more important I should devote my time to?
I would like to attend medical school once I graduate college, but so many schools have the opportunity to study abroad. I was wondering where it would be best to spend my money.
Is studying biology or biomedcial engeneering as an undergraduate beter if I want to attend medical school after college?
I am visiting colleges this summer and trying to determine my course of study in college. I currently want to be either a Orthopedic Surgeon, Cardiologist, or Neurologist.
I need to know what major I should strive for
I need some more information to what degree I have to strive for
What advice would you provide a para-professional that is looking to enter the field of Higher Education Student Affairs with an interest to become a university Provost?
I am looking into obtaining my Master's of Higher Education Student Affairs and currently serve as a College Advisor. My long term goals include becoming a motivational speaker for higher education and working with students who are in that transitional part of high school and college. I would like t
I don't want to set my self up for failure
I want a PhD in English, and I want to be a college professor. However, I would like to know some of the other options for that careers with that degree.
I plan on getting a PhD in English in the future, and some colleges require a students to be fluent in multiple languages. I want to know if that's true for all colleges, and about how many classes one needs to take to be considered fluent.
When I am studying, and if I receive and internship, Is there any possible chances of pay? What specific skills should I keep in mind for my future career in nursing?
I am a sophomore, and I am truly dedicated to the idea of one day becoming a nurse, Doctor, or any kind of health professional. I want to be able to earn these chosen careers because my goal, dream is to be able to live a life of helping people. I want to ensure a safe and healthy world. My parents
I plan to get a doctorate degree in Psychology and would like a time estimate so I can plan financially.
I will soon need to take the G.R.E, a needed examination to enter a Master's Program, my question, How much do colleges take this to consideration? Does a high score really define your eligibility to enter great school's?
Currently in college; deciding on my career path towards a PHD.
How difficult would it be to create a dissertation for a PHD? Does difficulty depend on field of study?
I am in college currently, hoping to pursue a PHD someday, just want to be prepared for when it happens.
I am a college student looking for guidance, I wish to see if this field is worth pursuing.
Hi, I'm an undergraduate student pursuing a Bachelor's degree in English Literature and Spanish Translation & Interpretation and I'm interested in pursuing a Doctorate after I graduate. However, I've heard a number of different explanations of what a PhD program entails and I am honestly so conf
I really want to be a doctor and I am wondering how long it will take me to get through college.
I am a high school senior, and will attend a four-year college starting in the fall with declared majors in Physics and Astronomy. My ultimate goal is to earn a PhD in Theoretical Astrophysics. Rather than performing research, per se, I like to think and to be around those who have the luxury of