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Azusa Pacific University

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  • Azusa Pacific is a leading Christian college ranked as one of the nation?s best colleges by?U.S. News & World Report?and The Princeton Review
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Western International University

Western International University

  • Lower Tuition Cost Than Many Other Universities. Classes Start Soon.
  • Specializing in Business, Accounting, Information Technology, and Behavioral Science
  • Curriculum developed by academic and industry professionals
  • Engaging, manageable 8-week courses start every month

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  • Offering career-focused degree programs designed for employment.
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  • Plus?you get a laptop computer to use while in school and keep when you graduate.

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A bachelors degree is a post-secondary (after high school) undergraduate academic degree. The bachelors is often referred to as a four-year degree because most programs require completion of roughly 120 coursework credit hours which takes about four years for persons who are in school full-time. However, in a changing economic environment many employers wont hire job candidates who have no experience and as a result, students are forced to work while they go to college (possibly through an internship), turning what was a four-year degree into five or six years of part-time study.

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A master's degree is a graduate level academic degree that consists of approximately 30 credit hours beyond the undergraduate bachelor's degree. Masters programs focus study on a specialized area of a discipline, delving into intense examination of theory and applied knowledge. Masters students gain skills in research, analysis, writing, and critical and independent thinking in order to solve complex problems, discover new knowledge, and provide written or verbal communication of these problems and solutions. The most common master's degrees are the Master of Arts (M.A.) and the Master of Science (M.S.).

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