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  • Paying for your education doesn’t have to be a scary undertaking. At Amberton University, our pay-as-you-go system allows students to graduate without any debt. However, for those who need to take advantage of student loans, we make navigating the financials as simple as possible.

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  • Many companies across many different industries incorporate project managers into their day-to-day operations and business models. They need a jack of all trades—someone who can analyze a problem, effectively strategize how to solve it, skillfully manage a team to execute the plan, and communicate efficiently to all players involved.

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  • Simply skating through college and getting the work done isn’t anyone’s idea of a great college experience - traditional student or otherwise. If you just want to tread water and get a piece of paper in the end, maybe college isn’t for you. As an adult learner, it’s safe to say you probably want to thrive and grow during the course of your college career.

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  • One of the most invaluable skills you can possess professionally and during your education is one of time management. It’s a buzzword, to be sure. And in the world of a working adult returning back to school, excelling in the art of time management is crucial.

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  • Choosing a master’s program is one of the most important steps you’ll take in your educational journey. Aside from simply offering the right program, you have to make sure the school has the appropriate accreditations, the professors are experienced and respected in the career field, and, above all, the program needs to adequately prepare you for the career ahead.

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  • Graduation is bearing down. Completing your studies and walking across the stage to receive your degree is incredibly rewarding and is an accomplishment anyone should be proud of! But what’s next? How do you make the most of your education and find success in life after school?

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