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How to Convert a Degree in Decimal Degree (DD) Form to Degree-Minute-Second (DMS) Form
by ShifterMSK in Education
Accuracy is important when calculating a position on a map, globe or GPS reading, as is the proper format. In some situations, you may be looking for a latitude or longitude coordinate in degrees, minutes and seconds, but your device or directions gives the reading in decimal degrees. With a little basic multiplication, you can convert decimal degrees to a degrees-minutes-seconds format.Difficulty

Will You Need a High School Diploma, College Degree or Advanced Degree if You Want to Be a Teacher?
by BeeBoop in Business
A teacher has the privilege of watching children and young adults learn new concepts and grow in their understanding of the world. If you are considering teaching as a career, you are wise to plan your educational future early to avoid unintentionally limiting your choices by not receiving the required education. If you currently work in another field, you may be able to move into a teaching caree

What Type of College Degree Is an Associate Degree in Medical Office Systems?
by jrok96 in Education
Medical office staff bill patients and insurance companies, organize and maintain patient records, schedule appointments and work with budgets. Most medical offices today use a variety of computer systems for record keeping, so medical office systems workers must be able to use such tools appropriately. An associate degree in medical office systems gives students such skills. ProgramsColleges a

Can a Person With a Bachelor's Degree in Business Get a Master's Degree in Social Work?
by Mariocki in Personal Finance
Earning a bachelor's degree is the basic requirement of most graduate social work programs, meaning a degree in business will qualify students for admission. Although business students might lack some fundamentals that undergraduate social work students have, they can offer business insight during their graduate social work courses. Students hoping to earn a bachelor's in business and a master's i

Differences in Competencies Between Nurses With an Associate Degree & Baccalaureate Degree
by tamizhvendan in Education
There are several paths to becoming a registered nurse. You can earn a bachelor's degree (a baccalaureate degree), a three-year diploma or an associate degree. While there are similarities among the programs, a bachelor's degree takes two years longer than an associate degree and, therefore, teaches some competencies the shorter programs do not. Broad KnowledgeBachelor's degree programs teach b

What Kind of Teacher Requires a College Degree Plus a Graduate Degree?
by chuck1723 in Education
To be a teacher in a preschool, elementary school or secondary school, you need a bachelor's degree, as well as a CTC (certified teaching credential) issued by your state. For a post-secondary school teaching position at places like colleges, universities and trade schools, a master's degree, and oftentimes a Ph.D., is required because of the higher level courses and research involved. Post-sec

The Differences Between an Associate Degree Vs. a Bachelor's Degree for a Registered Nurse
by dawp in Careers & Job Searching
Deciding to become a nurse is only the first step in choosing the right path of education for you. You must still choose whether to pursue an associate's degree or to enter a bachelor's degree program. Each has its advantages and disadvantages that you need to be aware of before picking a program that will meet your future career needs and expectations. Differences in Subject MatterMany of the

How to Switch From an A.A. Degree to an A.S. Degree at Central Florida Community College
by Drift King in Education
The College of Central Florida, formerly known as Central Florida Community College, offers dozens of different degree programs all culminating up to either an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree. An A.A. degree prepares students to transfer to a four-year university or college in their junior year, and an A.S. degree prepares students to enter the workforce or to enter a bachelor's d

How to Receive a Degree or Credits Toward a Degree for Work Experience & Other Training
by Gerle in Education
Most learning happens outside of the classroom. Thankfully many colleges and universities recognize this and are willing to work with students who have obtained education and training in real-life situations.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions When researching a college or university, you should consider whether the institution offers credit for life learning, as well as the program or degree you a

Salary Differences Between a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting & a Master's Degree
by uo7 in Personal Finance
Most accountants hold at least a bachelor's degree and many become a Certified Public Accountant, or CPA. Approximately 1.3 million accountants and auditors are employed across the U.S., according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and work for government agencies, businesses or financial services firms. Earning a master's degree in accounting may lead to a slightly higher annual salary for accoun

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