My degree has helped me gain a job in my desired field within weeks of graduation. My minor was in marketing and I am now a marketing coordinator for a mortgage firm. I still have a lot to learn but I also obtained a lot of information from my degree program to get me started.
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I am currently in the occupational therapy program at Baker College (our program is structured as a combined bachelors/masters program that is approximately 3.5 years long. I have enjoyed my experience so far, and believe that most of the professors are very knowledgeable. Already two semesters into the curriculum, I have taken courses such as Disease & Conditions, Theory of Occupational Therapy and Pediatric Conditions. I believe that the program is what you make of it to some level, but there are mentors available to provide resources and point you in the right direction.
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I recently enrolled at Baker to study for my master degree in marketing. I finished my bachelors degree at Baker in December of 2015. The teachers were thorough and checked regularly to insure that I was learning and held me accountable to articulate what I learned through course assignments. It us because of the wonderful experience in the undergraduate program that I decided to return for the graduate program. The online classes are perfect for me because I am a mother of 2 and I work full time. Unfortunately, graduate school is very expensive. While I am taking a huge step and investing in myself, I hope that I will be able to obtain a higher paying position once I graduate so that I can pay all the loans back without jeopardizing my children's education. Becoming a mother motivated me to go back to school. I hope that my children watch me and have learned that education is important and not to put it off like I did. I will be almost 37 years old when I graduate with my masters degree. Just before my youngest child turns 10 years old and 1 year before my oldest becomes a teenager.
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