The latest news on academics
Supply chain management and actuarial mathematics are two disciplines experiencing rapid growth.
Students with poor grades on their transcript should wait until regular admission to apply to college.
Combat a procrastination habit by focusing on taking the first small step toward completing assignments.
A new report says teens pick majors that don’t match their interests, but experts say that is OK.
Soldiers trained to protect and serve often study criminal justice in college.
A surprise call from my professor changed my perception of online courses.
Students can get both a bachelor's degree and a J.D. in 6 years at select schools.
Taking my first test, I realize how easy it is to cheat in an online course.
I scrambled to make my first discussion board deadline, getting my post in with 15 minutes to spare.
Beware of accreditation mills, which provide a false sense of legitimacy.