are you a military student in an online master's program?

Discussion in 'Military-related education topics' started by xgoddessx, Jul 21, 2006.

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  1. xgoddessx

    xgoddessx New Member

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    If so, and you would like to be interviewed for an upcoming news article in a newly launched magazine called, "Military Advanced Education", please contact me with your information ASAP!

    Thank you and have a great day!
     
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    I'm about half way through a DL Master's degree program with Morehead State University. What are you looking for, and what will you do with any information you gather?

    SFC W Parker
     
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    I am half way through my DL MBA at Bellevue University. I'm an Active Duty Navy Chief Petty Officer.
     
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    That's funny, Ray....I did my educational progression at the same schools you did, just backwards in order. I'm an active duty AF MSgt, finished my undergrad at Bellevue, and enrolled (starting in Oct) in Touro's MSITM.

    I'm aiming for an MBA after, and might go through Bellevue again. Any advice about Touro, and what do you think about Bellevue's MBA program?

    Dave
     
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    I need to start a new thread--Military students enrolled in DL education. Also, I am glad to see Senior NCOs pursuing advanced degrees. I am flying tomorrow for a one year vacation, lol, and I may or not be able to log in. If not, I wish all of you your best pursuing your educational goals, and also to our military students, for changing the dynamics of todays NCO Corp. From a Light Fighter in Hawaii.

    SFC William Parker
     
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    Dave,

    You'll enjoy your studies at TUI. TUI was a much better fit for my busy travel schedule. You will have assignments due every two weeks at TUI and when you work on them is up to you. At Bellevue I have deadlines throughout the week that I must meet in each class. My travel schedule (2-4 weeks a month away from home) makes it very hard to meet these deadlines.

    I am learning a lot at Bellevue and the experience has been rewarding. I am looking forward to finishing my final five classes.

    Ray
     
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    I did four courses towards a PhD while I was in the box in Baghdad. Not easy, but it kept my mind off of other things. I am also an E7, but I'm in the Guard.
     
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    Buddy, if you did four courses in the box in Baghdad and still managed to NOT get your ass shot off, you're definitely in the club, Guard or not. The Guard is certainly carrying their share (if not more) of the load nowadays. My hat's off to you.

    Dave
     

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