Posts Tagged ‘Online Universities’
As a single parent raising 2 kids while working in a 12-hour shift at the police station, pursuing a degree seemed like an impossible feat. But I also knew that getting education was something I had to do, not just for me, but for my children and their future.
I understood that in order to be promoted at my job and to earn a better income, I needed a degree. A regular school meant regular classes, which I didn’t have time for. A friend suggested that I enroll for an online degree programs and after some research I decided to enroll myself in one. So I applied for an online associate degree in Criminal Justice at MUST University and began my path to a better future. It was a very different experience. Unlike a regular school, I had much more flexibility; I didn’t have to worry about missing class and could study whenever I had time.
Soon after completing my degree I was promoted to the position of a police officer. I can’t tell you how proud I felt of my accomplishment. I wanted to show my children that education can create a better life for us, and I did.
It was a great experience to study at MUST. The faculty is great and the online resources were an added benefit. I didn’t have to go running to a library as everything I needed was available online. Now, I am planning to return to MUST University soon for a bachelor’s degree as it will help me climb up to a higher post. Thanks MUST!
I had been working as a full-time cashier for a few years at a neighborhood super market and didn’t have time to attend regular classes in a traditional university. I knew that to make it in today’s competitive job market I needed at least a bachelor’s degree in Marketing as a start and maybe later, if things go well, I could do my MBA and move on to bigger things in life.
A few friends suggested that I enroll in an online university as that would allow me the flexibility which a normal college will not be able to give. After a bit of research for my subject of interest I came across MUST University. I visited their website and even contacted a few alumni, just to be sure. Once satisfied, I registered immediately for BBA in Marketing. One of the best things about the degree program was that the study schedule was flexible and I could easily continue my job with it.
To be honest, initially I was afraid that the course would not be comprehensive enough and perhaps the teachers at MUST would not be concerned with the quality of work that the students produced. But boy was I wrong!
Now that I have a steady job in a firm, I am glad I decided to take up my bachelors from MUST. It was the best decision I ever made!
After my high school, I was desperately looking for a job as I wanted to become independent and take charge of my own future, without relying on someone else. However, in such a competitive job market, finding a good job seemed almost impossible without a bachelor’s degree. I knew that once I got a job I would no longer be able to attend a university and complete my graduation. After a detailed discussion with my friends and family, I decided to pursue my degree online and work part-time to gain some experience.
And the university I chose was MUST University, a premier online institute. I visited the institute’s website, so user-friendly and informative, and got all the details relating to the programs, schools and majors and financial aid options. The admission process was quick and the counselors were professional and supportive. Satisfied, I started taking classes in my chosen program right away. Thanks to the flexibility and ease the university offered, I successfully managed both my job and studies at the same time. Today, I have a bachelor’s degree in my field and am working with a prestigious organization. I urge my dependent friends to get a degree from MUST University and do something worthwhile on their own—just the way I did. I’m glad I made the right decision and chose to study at the world’s largest online university, MUST.
I am in my final year of bachelor’s at MUST University. I am majoring in Criminal Justice and currently working on my thesis. My experience at MUST University has been simply terrific. The knowledge and exposure that I gained, the relationships that I made and the guidance that I received have all contributed towards making me the person that I am today. I consider myself extremely lucky to be in the company of such highly talented and qualified teachers who helped me realize my potential through their guidance and support. Additionally, the structure of the university’s degree program is very sound; it comprises all academic theories related to a particular field of study. Read the rest of this entry »
If you ask me to define MUST in few words that would be: affordable, self-paced, and effective. I can’t think of a better way to learn. I came across MUST University when I was looking for an online university to pursue my bachelor’s in nursing. Enrolling at this University is the best thing I have ever done. The online capability that MUST University offer is simply superb. It offered me the flexibility that I needed as a full-time worker. Read the rest of this entry »
I think that MUST is an amazing university. Everyone who works here works for you! The university is very good at making sure that it does everything it can for you. All of my classes so far have been very informative. I have a sick husband and have to work to make ends meet. To get a promotion in my job, I wanted to develop my skills in computers. I learned about MUST University and its affordable and flexible study programs from a colleague. I talked to their online consultant who was very friendly and supportive. Read the rest of this entry »
Hello, I am Andrew Raymond from California. I work as an Assistant Manager in a marketing firm here. When I joined this organization, I only had Bachelors degree with me, but now I am Masters in Marketing. All thanks to MUST University! The world of marketing is very fast-paced and is changing every now and then. In such a competitive environment, one needs to outshine others in terms of knowledge and expertise. Read the rest of this entry »
I moved with my family to the Middle East many years ago due to my father’s job. Ever since, I’ve missed studying in the US even though I’ve attended good schools here in the UAE. When I found out about MUST, I was a bit skeptical and was reluctant to give it a try even though I liked the courses being offered at its business school, I was just not sure about the idea of studying online. But my friends urged me to give it a second thought and suggested that I visit MUST University’s office in Dubai. I was pleasantly surprised to know that MUST had an office so close to me and decided to pay it a visit. The counselor at the office provided me with comprehensive guidance with regards to the MBA program at MUST and explained to me how the online classrooms work. I put forward all the questions I had in my head, and after listening to everything very carefully, the counselor helped me get rid of every apprehension I had about enrolling in an online MBA program at MUST.
Now that I’ve been enrolled at MUST for a couple of months, I still visit the MUST office occasionally for help with different issues and any paperwork. And I get the same, warm feeling every time I step inside that office, I feel like I’m home.
Life has been good to me. After my father died, he left his garage to me when I had just graduated from high school. Young and devout, I made it my passion, and my mother resumed her job as a school teacher, so the two of us helped each other make ends meet, until recession hit America and the garage went out of business. I got a job at a more established car repair shop as I struggled to prove myself to my boss - something I found really difficult because I was not used to working for anyone else. My boss mentioned opening another garage as his operations increased and how he wanted someone with formal education to help him run his business. I believed I had the aptitude for the job but lacked ‘formal education’. Depressed at my fate, I went home and searched online for a university I could attend while I continued to work. I found MUST and enrolled myself in the B.E. program for a bachelor’s degree in engineering. During this time my boss hired someone to help him run the second garage but he was all talk and no action. In the end, my boss had to let him go despite his credentials.
One evening, I was sitting with my boss when he was exhausted from working double jobs and I mentioned how I was about to complete my degree, he stared at me in disbelief. I shared some details of the courses I was being taught and the things I was learning – many of which didn’t even apply at work – but it was enough for him to assign me the role of an acting manager. Now I was exhausted, as I was trying to prove myself at work and complete my degree at the same time, but I managed to pass the tests, and my role was made permanent. Now I am chasing the American dream and planning to reopen the garage my father had left me with the same name, only bigger and better. What’s more, I even encouraged my mother to go for a masters degree in Education so that she can improve her job quality, and earn some much-needed computer/Internet skills.
Education has always been my passion but after becoming a housewife, it became increasingly difficult for me to continue my studies. Though I’d enrolled in an MBA program before I got married and wanted to continue my studies, my household and other responsibilities kept me from doing so. I, then, learnt about online education programs which helped me realize my dreamâ€”to pursue a quality and affordable education.
I was glad to learn about the institutes which offered online education but was really disappointed when I came to know that my previously studied courses were of no value because not all universities consider prior learning as a part of their degree programs.
I was almost half way through my MBA program before marriage and was demoralized and dejected when I got to know that my credits cannot be transferred. At that time, MUST appeared as a beacon of hope as its unique feature of accepting credits for already studied courses helped me continue my educationâ€”with ease.
I cannot be more thankful to MUST for coming to my rescue and helping me accomplish my long-held dream attainment of a quality, flexible and reasonable education.