Discover Business Degrees: In-Depth School And Career Resources
We offer a comprehensive listing of MBA programs and resources available in each state. Many business schools offer online MBA degrees in addition to traditional on-campus degrees. Select your state to find out more about MBA degree programs in your area.
Varsity Tutors is committed to connecting students with top tutors capable of providing an incredible learning experience. Our experienced academic directors assess every student's unique needs and learning style, and help students identify a tutor that is the best fit. This elite group of tutors brings students a wealth of experience in their individual fields of academic expertise. The tutors individualize lessons and present materials and concepts in engaging, easy-to-understand ways that keep students motivated and on the road to academic success. Throughout the entire tutoring process, our academic directors are available for support and committed to facilitating the best possible experience to students and their families.
This is a free service designed to allow students, parents and educators throughout the world to communicate about mathematics. It includes tutoring, live chats, and a message board, among other features. Questions and discussions relating to all levels of mathematics are welcome.
Career Information - It's never too early to begin thinking about a career. This site is aimed at helping students explore the possibilities. Students can click on their areas of interest to learn about specific occupations and find information about careers in those fields. Topics for each occupation include: What the job is like, preparing for the job, pay, future, where to look for more information, and much more.
An interesting and informative site! Click on any element in the periodic table graphic to learn all about the properties of that element. Great for budding chemists!!
The College Profiles site is a very valuable resource for students and parents who are in the process of choosing the right college. They have a wealth of information on everything from academic programs to athletics, to campus life and financial aid, and much more. There are several ways to find the needed information. The Custom College Search provides users a list of options for making the right choice and returns information on in-state and out-of-state tuition costs, size of school and a link to the school's website. If that isn't enough, there is an interactive map for choosing a school in a particular state, directories for specific groups of schools (Catholic, Women's, African American, Christian or Two Year) and a handful of digital video campus tours.
High School Hub is a free online learning center that features subject guides for English, Foreign Languages, Math, Science and Social Studies. Great online learning center for high school students.
Rose-Hulman's Homework Hotline
Rose-Hulman's Homework Hotline provides FREE math and science homework help to Indiana students in grades 6-12. Students may contact the Homework Hotline from 7pm to 10pm (EST), September through May toll free at 1-877-ASK-ROSE or online at www.askrose.org
Trip to College has been developed especially for parents. At every age, there are key steps for parents and students towards your college goals. This site will help you with all of those steps.
With a database including 9734 colleges, this site can be searched by state/city, major/degree, or school name. There are also financial aid links, occupations guides, and online colleges.