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What is a Packaging Science Degree?

Are you interested in a STEM career, but not sure whether to pursue an engineering degree? Perhaps you should consider the exciting field of packaging science? Here is what the Rochester Institute of Technology has to say about the degree.

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Germany’s Successful Apprenticeship System Finally Embraced By 10 U.S. States

–Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin– Parents of American high school students are rightfully concerned about the cost of their students’ college education. Most of us would agree, and data indicates that there

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Posted in Certificates and AA Degrees, Community College, Engineering, STEM Programs

The Overlooked Value of Associate’s Degrees and Certificates

Junior College Students Earn About 2 Million Associate’s Degrees Every Year According to Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce (CEW) students and parents are oftentimes overlooking the value of certificates and Associate’s degrees when conducting their college search.

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