The flexibility of studying online frees you from the constraints of a physical classroom and allows you to schedule study time around work and family commitments. But all this convenience and flexibility leaves you with too many options for when and where to study.
One question that many students ask is, “What job will I get if I pursue a master’s degree in defense and strategic studies?” The truth is that there is no “typical” career path for DSS graduates.
Using your time efficiently can be the difference between succeeding and struggling in your online college classes.
All too frequently, countries around the globe are faced with complex, multidimensional security challenges. These include the spread of nuclear weapons, terrorism, cybercrime, political conflicts, religion-based disputes, civil war, food security and environmental degradation.
Last month, we asked UTEP Connect professors to share the strategies of their most successful students. We received so many responses that we decided to share more of their insights in a second post! Read on for even more of the inside scoop from the people grading your papers.
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