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Getting a master’s in curriculum and instruction can help you advance in your teaching career, whether you want to improve your lessons or to advance to an administrative position.
By Emily Dennison
MEd stands for master's in education. With an MEd, you can advance your teaching career by gaining insights into new approaches and technologies that inspire learners and transform students. You might be surprised to learn that an MEd also gives you the opportunity to apply your knowledge in other settings – including in charter schools and home schools, nonprofit education programs, higher education and corporate environments.
By Krysten Godfrey Maddocks
Ask any CEO about the key to a successful business and you’ll probably hear a lot about people. No company can thrive without skilled, committed employees. But ensuring that a company finds the right people, and gives them the training and support they need to succeed, isn’t easy. That’s where human resources professionals come in.
If you're interested in becoming a graphic designer, you'll want to consider earning a bachelor's degree in graphic design, where you can develop a solid foundation in design principles such as color theory, typography and image creation. You'll also want to work on communication, problem-solving and collaboration skills.
By Dr. Marie Morganelli
Southern New Hampshire University is a nonprofit, regionally accredited university with an 80-year history of providing high quality education to students online and on campus.
Our 300-acre campus in Manchester, NH is home to over 3,000 students. We also offer affordable, accessible degree programs to over 135,000 students online.Visit our about us page to learn more including our mission, accreditations, leadership team, national recognitions and awards.