Category: Regent Life

JD vs. M.A. in Law: The Nitty Gritty

“Law.” Does the word conjure images of courtrooms and crime shows? (Queue the “Da Dum” of NBC’s Law and Order.) If you’re thinking about going into the field of law, you’ll be happy to know there’s a lot you can do with a law degree. That isn’t to say, however, that all law degrees are …

What is an MBA in Healthcare Management?

By Philip Reynolds As the Oregon Trail beckoned droves of Americans westward in the 19th century, so healthcare calls many seeking a stable and secure field in which to anchor their career. Surpassing the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics’ estimate that it would be the largest career field by 2020, the healthcare industry did just …

3 Ways Your Law Degree Can Make a Difference

Not all law degree programs will land you in a courtroom. You can apply a law degree to a wide spectrum of careers, whether you want to work in the nonprofit sector, for a corporation, a municipality or civil works center, even a ministry. Here are three ways a law degree could help make a …

How Do I Know What College Entrance Exam I Should Take?

By Brett Tubbs Beginning the college application process can be completely overwhelming. To make matters worse, not all university admissions requirements are created equal. Standardized tests are oftentimes a big part of the college application process. Wondering which of the college entrance exams is the right fit for you? The guide below will help you …

Top College Terms You Should Understand Before Starting Your Program

  If you’re looking at colleges, you’ve probably got a lot on your mind. There’s a multitude of choices, and chances are, a multitude of terms you’re not quite familiar with. We get it. To help, we’ve constructed some simple explanations for terms you need to know when eyeing potential colleges and universities. Here are …

5 Qualities of the Most Effective Teachers

By Nicolas Reynolds There is no secret formula to what makes an effective teacher. But as you take your place at the front of the classroom, certain qualities can aid you in growing into the person you are supposed to be — progressing as the teacher you are supposed to be. Here are a few qualities …

What is Your Learning Style (And Does It Spell Success)?

By Sarah Nguyen We all have certain ways that we learn and process information. Some prefer lectures and small group discussions. Others learn better through hands-on activities. And still others by seeing a picture, diagram or other visual. So which learning style is best when it comes to your success? The answer is: yours. We’re …