Supply Chain Mgt. is a HOT new Major! Most undergraduate students enter business school barely even knowing what supply chain management is, instead setting their sights on more comfortable and well-trodden paths like finance or accounting. That is starting to change as supply chain management, a once sleepy subject that used to be the…
Among the key messages of the Institute of Medicine’s Future of Nursing report released last fall is that, “Nurses should achieve higher levels of education and training through an improved education system that promotes seamless academic progression.” Related recommendations set goals to “increase the proportion of U.S. nurses with a bachelor’s degree from 50 to 80 percent; and to double the number of nurses with a doctorate by 2020.”
If you’re considering going back to school to get a master’s degree, law degree, or MBA, you might be looking into student loans to help pay tuition — especially since many graduate programs cost $50,000 a year or more. Yikes!
This is a choice to not take lightly. Taking on debt of this magnitude (possibly on top of undergraduate loans you’re still paying off), will affect your finances for years to come. So, if you’ve done your research and know that grad school is the best way to advance your career, let me walk you through the ways that grad school loans differ from undergraduate loans.