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Highest Paying College Majors: Get on the right track

There are some subjects you can study and major in during your college education which would leave you that much more likely to get out of college with a good, well-paying job.

By Brendan Conway updated on May 09, 2014

What can you get for your money?

A college education ain't cheap, and looking at some figures on the differing costs of college degrees can help you get a good read on what paying for a college education might mean for you.

By Brendan Conway updated on October 14, 2013

Why Apple iTunes U Can Help To Educate Students

In this age of rapidly-changing technology, new computer applications are being created every day.  Apple education tools are leading the way.

By Peterson's Staff updated on June 25, 2013

Interesting College Courses: Unique Choices from Education's Bounty

Colleges are places of learning, of discussion, and thought, about things like basket-weaving. Yes, there are some interesting college courses out there. Find out about some of the most interesting right here.

By Brendan Conway updated on April 10, 2013

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Choosing College Programs That Suit You

Choosing a college isn't all about its ranking -- it's about whether or not the school fits you. If you want to know how to make sure that the school fits you, then you should check out this article of advice.

By Peterson's Staff updated on January 30, 2013

What to Look for When Choosing Pre-Med College Programs

It's important to choose your pre-med school carefully and give some thought to both your major and your minor as potential launch pads into the curriculum you'll face in med school.

By Peterson's Staff updated on January 29, 2013

Planning Ahead for College Programs: Medical School

Going to medical school is a worthwhile goal, but it's also not the easiest path. You're going to have to work hard and study the right subjects to get there. This article, with its tips on how to plan your undergraduate education to get you into medical school, can be a major boon to your overall path to med school.

By Peterson's Staff updated on January 28, 2013

Planning Ahead for College Programs: Law School

If you're planning on attending law school, then you may want to plan your college career accordingly. There are some pieces of advice that can help you better pave a path for you to get into the law school of your choice, and this article has them.

By Peterson's Staff updated on January 28, 2013

Most Politically Active Colleges

Political activism is often one of the most important parts of a college campus's culture. If you're interested in going to a politically active college, then you'll want to check out this list of some of the most politically active colleges out there.

By Brendan Conway updated on January 28, 2013

Mobile Apps by Colleges: The Mobile College Experience

Many colleges offer some kind of mobile app for students, parents, faculty members, and more. These apps often provide news and information about the college. Read here to find out about some of the best college mobile apps out there.

By Brendan Conway updated on January 28, 2013

Major Dilemmas in Choosing Colleges and College Programs

Choosing your college program doesn't have to set your choice in stone -- you can always change programs, if you find out that you'd rather be studying something else. Transferring is a legitimate choice, and you should take that into account in your college decisions.

By Peterson's Staff updated on January 28, 2013

Free Online Courses: Resources, Lectures, and More

Believe it or not, there are plenty of free online courses available across the Internet, if you know where to look. Here's a compilation of some of the best.

By Brendan Conway updated on January 28, 2013

College Programs Require You to Make a Major Decision

While you're at college, thinking about and choosing a major will be pretty important. If you want to know more about college majors now, before you enter college, then read this article to get the run-down of what you need to know.

By Peterson's Staff updated on January 28, 2013

Deciding on College Programs to Major In? Consider Where the Jobs Are

Want to pick out a college based on what programs and majors will best help you get a job in the future? Check out this article, then, for all the information you'll need.

By Peterson's Staff updated on January 28, 2013

College Programs and the Pre-Med Curriculum: Get Your Science On

Being pre-med, taking courses to prepare yourself for medical school, doesn't necessarily mean what you think it means. If you want to find out the best course of action for going pre-med, then read this article for tips and advice.

By Peterson's Staff updated on January 28, 2013

College Programs: Do I Have to Declare a Major?

You don't have to choose your major while you're in the midst of looking for the right college or university for you, and it's important to keep that in mind. Check this article for more tips on what you should be thinking about for choosing majors while you're looking at colleges.

By Peterson's Staff updated on January 23, 2013

Look at College Programs when Choosing a School and College Major

The specific program you take part in at a college or a university is as important as anything else. You'll want to make sure that the college or university of your choice has the appropriate majors or programs to fit your interest.

By Peterson's Staff updated on January 23, 2013

Ask the Experts: College Programs

Read actual questions from students about college programs and see answers and advice from college planning and admissions experts.

By Peterson's Staff updated on January 23, 2013
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