Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by me again, Mar 26, 2012.
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I'm former military, will start working as a political/governmental policy consultant in May. So in a nutshell, yes. Hope that helps! :naughty:
I work as a manager (PhD in Business/Management) and manage mostly IT teams (MS-ITM) in the healthcare industry (Graduate certificate). I also work with the marketing team (MBA in Marketing) so yes on all counts.
Ummm...which degree again?
Degree in management: Check
Job in management: Check.
Working in logistics, degree in progress in logistics.
I voted no, but my degrees are somewhat related.
My BA is in Ministry. I'm not a minister, but I work for a religious college.
My MA is in Human Services. I work in student services, so it's close but not exactly the same field.
I will begin an EdD in Higher Education in May, and that will be in my field.
It seems that I get closer with each degree.
Yes, at least for three of my degrees.
I just had my 24th anniversary of being appointed as a police officer, so my Criminal Justice degrees have been quite relevant and useful.
My degrees will be in Social Sciences and Business. I work neither in the social sciences nor in management, but since every job in the world has both a social and business aspect to it, I'm not sure how to answer. That is, however, my reasoning for choosing these majors. My job skills always have been, and likely always will be, independently learned. The degrees are set to match any resume I will need to put together for any potential job.
I have a BS in Behavioral Science. I do not work in my degree field. For the past 12+ years I've worked in the pharmaceutical industry, primarily in a technical role. I currently work in the promotional operations department. However, like MC, I feel that my degree is broad enough that it applies to just about any field.
I am currently submitting applications to Master of Public Health (MPH) programs, with the goal of eventually working in my degree field (either at my present company, or elsewhere).
MBA in Management, Ph.D. in Organization/Management - teach Management at a small liberal arts university. Yep.
I haven't finished my degree yet, but yes I do. Of course, I worked in my degree field prior to starting my studies.
No, I'm not working in my degree field.
My Bachelors is in Behavioral Science, and I currently work at a food co-op where I enjoy assessing the behavior of it's patrons.
I also work at a psychiatric hospital as a Mental Health Worker, so I guess it applies there too
I have worked for two years as a Mental Health Counseling intern for my Masters degree, and will hopefully be paid a wage to do counseling once I graduate in a month. We shall see!! If not, the food co-op is not too bad of a back up. And I guess that I wouldn't be the only person who works there with an advanced degree.
I have a master's in Ed Tech and just finishing up an EdS in Curriculum and Instruction. I'm a teacher, so that's a pretty good fit.
My Bachelor's is in Mechanical Engineering. I never worked in that field. I am working as a software programmer since last 13 years
Nope, not by a long shot. I work for my state government as an analyst/troubleshooter. My undergrad is English, my MBA is in Health Care Admin, and I want to work in Homeland Security/Public Health/Emergency Preparedness, so NOPE. Not close *sigh*
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