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Scholarship designed to create a more diverse health care industry
Sep 20, 2011
The Association of American Medical Colleges states that in 2010, only 6.7 percent of medical school graduates were African American, while 7.5 percent were Hispanic. Read more
Tuition savings exist through unique promotions
Sep 07, 2011
When students need help lowering the cost of their graduate education, they may apply for financial aid or look into what scholarships they are eligible for. Now, individuals who are looking to make their path to earning a Masters of Arts in Teaching a little more affordable can turn to a new option - social media. Read more
Grants are available for nurse educators
Aug 16, 2011
The country currently faces a nursing faculty shortage, according to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing. This lack of health care educators is due in part to various factors including the retirement of current professionals and budget constraints. Read more
Teachers can receive financial assistance for advanced degrees
Aug 10, 2011
When working teachers set out to expand their knowledge at the graduate level, they not only stand to enhance their career prospects, but also improve the quality of education that their students receive. Read more
Veterans are eligible for graduate scholarships
Aug 01, 2011
After earning their college degree, some individuals decide to serve their country as a member of the Armed Forces. When these individuals complete their tours of duty and decide to continue their education at the graduate level, they are often eligible to take part in veteran scholarship programs. Read more
Some schools offer location-based scholarships
Jul 29, 2011
As prospective students research different graduate schools, they should also look to see if they qualify for specific scholarship programs. Read more
Scholarship to provide medical students with financial assistance
Jul 27, 2011
A career as a physician or surgeon can be rewarding for those who wish to use their skills and knowledge to help others lead healthier lives. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, these professions require four years of medical school, followed by three to eight years that are devoted to an internship and residency. Read more
Financial assistance available for advanced humanities degrees
Jun 29, 2011
A graduate degree in the humanities can provide students with a broad knowledge of the ways in which people perceive and share the human experience. Individuals who have an interest in this particular academic discipline may focus their studies on the arts, English, history, language or philosophy. Read more
Doctoral students can receive help funding their dissertations
May 17, 2011
In many doctoral programs, a dissertation is required before earning a degree. Depending on the field of study, some doctoral candidates may be able to receive financial assistance. Read more
Scholarships available for doctoral students of oriental medicine
May 16, 2011
In order to advance their careers in specific fields, many professionals must obtain a degree at the graduate or doctoral levels. However, some individuals may have difficulty funding their return to academia. Read more
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Queens College
Queens College offers more than 100 master's degrees and advanced certificates in the liberal arts, sciences, social sciences, and teacher education.