“Go to college so you can get a good job!” is what we have always been told. While this is true, the meaning has shifted. In recent years, an undergraduate degree has been touted as “the new high school diploma.” This is due to a phenomenon known as degree inflation. So many students now have college educations that the value of a bachelor’s degree has limited potential … [Read more...] about Why you should consider grad school!
By Garrett Nevels, MBA student, Graduate Assistant Life as an Industry As a business student, I often look at individuals as a company and life as an industry. Perhaps this is an over simplified view of the world. However, this simplification can sometimes lead to answers that often get overlooked in the hustle and bustle of today’s society. Often in business if a company … [Read more...] about Master’s before a PhD, a Sound Investment
Dr. Larry Frey, Professor and Associate Chair of Graduate Studies in the Department of Communication at the University of Colorado-Boulder will be on campus Feb. 25, 3:30-5:00pm, Craig Hall, Room 204 to give a special Q&A presentation about graduate school. Dr. Frey will discuss application processes, and how to write letters and research statements. Undergraduate and … [Read more...] about Guest speaker, Dr. Larry Frey to present a Q&A session about grad school!
Whether you are a freshman, sophomore or upperclassman who is contemplating the idea of going to graduate school after earning your Bachelor’s degree, the time is always right to start researching, inquiring and planning ahead. Especially for the more competitive programs like Physical Therapy, Psychology and Communication Sciences & Disorders. The Graduate College at MSU … [Read more...] about It’s never too early to plan for grad school!
Graduate faculty, if you have an outstanding grad student who you would like to nominate for this new Graduate College event, the deadline to submit completed nomination forms and slides is Feb. 22, 2016! The competition is open to any graduate student with a research project, thesis, or non-thesis (seminar) project. … [Read more...] about Time is running out to enter the 3 Minute Thesis Competition!