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When you come to Clemson, you are immediately welcomed home as part of the family offering a sense of place and lifelong connections.

Game-changing research, a focus on serving our community, rigorous academics, high-caliber faculty, spirited family. It s all in a day s work at Clemson. Our community of students, teachers, scholars and staff collaboratively anticipate and meet the needs of our rapidly changing world in whatever form that takes.

This is the place you will remember forever and long to return to years after you leave.

Undergraduate

Ask real questions like “What are your majors?” or “How is the weather?”

Come discover what drives you. Learn to be a leader, and connect with teachers who can show you what matters most and then help you land your first real job. Come see why we re one of the top-25 public universities in the nation.

Graduate

Clemson s commitment to graduate education has seen a 96 percent increase in doctoral enrollment in the past decade. Our students have the advantage of studying with top professionals in their field at a nationally ranked research university on Clemson s main campus as well as at sites around the state.

Alternative Paths

Not every path to Clemson is the same. We understand that. So whether you re starting our Bridge to Clemson program, are just getting around to starting your degree, are coming back to school or want to take classes for professional development, we have a path for you to reach your goal.


06/10/2017

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Liautaud MBA (U of IL Chicago) vs Kellstadt MBA (DePaul) –


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Things to consider between Liautaud (U of IL Chicago) and Kellstadt (DePaul):

  • Liautaud (U of IL Chicago) is more difficult to get in. (43.6 percent vs. 45.9 percent acceptance rate)
  • Kellstadt (DePaul) has a larger full-time entering class. (28 vs. 23 students)
  • Liautaud (U of IL Chicago) has a lower in-state total program cost. ($47,396 USD vs. $70,560 USD)
  • Liautaud (U of IL Chicago) has a lower out-of-state total program cost. ($69,548 USD vs. $70,560 USD)
  • Both schools have similar summer weather.

(73.5°F)

  • Both schools have similar winter weather.

    Continue exploring this page to learn more about these business schools.

    Rankings

    Admissions

    University of Illinois-Chicago (Liautaud) (IL)

    DePaul University (Kellstadt) (IL)

    Average Undergrad GPA

    Tuition

    In-state Total Program Cost

    $47,396 United States dollars

    $70,560 United States dollars

    Out-of-state Total Program Cost

    $69,548 United States dollars

    $70,560 United States dollars

    Student Body

    University of Illinois-Chicago (Liautaud) (IL)

    University of Illinois-Chicago (Liautaud) (IL)

    University of Illinois-Chicago (Liautaud) (IL)

    Average Work Experience

    Academics

    MBA/MMIS (Mgmt Info Sys)

    MBA Areas of Concentration

    Location/Contact

    601 South Morgan Street

    Chicago, Illinois 60607

    1 East Jackson Blvd

    Chicago, Illinois 60604

    Average Monthly Temperature

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    29/09/2017

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    College Visits and Tours for Families #planning #college #visits, #personal #assistant,


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    The professionals at Custom College Visits have the in-depth knowledge and experience to create amazing college road trip experiences for your family.

    Each custom designed itinerary includes all on-campus meetings and activities, as well as coordination of travel and hotel logistics.

    Itineraries are designed based on colleges that interest your teen and each trip is scheduled according to your preferred travel dates.

    Not sure what type of college will be the best fit for your teen?

    We will plan a multi-campus itinerary that will let you and your teen explore different types of colleges and universities all based on your teen’s specific educational interests and lifestyle preferences.

    Since 2009, Custom College Visits has been privileged to assist teens and families from around the world with their college tours.

    Summer college tours can be particularly challenging for parents or teens to organize.

    Call us +1 (650) 931-4515 or (800) 930-1701 for a free consultation.

    Please scroll down to read what parents say about our college road trip itineraries.

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    “Thank you SO MUCH for your involvement in the Splash Parents’ Program this weekend! I am just reviewing the feedback forms, and your presentation received rave reviews across the board; many parents cited it as the highlight of the program for them! Some verbatim quotes include: ‘The Planning and Preparing for College Visits was a great eye opener;’ Thank you for all the effort, energy, and enthusiasm you put into making the event such a success.”

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    09/09/2017

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    MSc Science Communication at Imperial College London on #masters, #masters #admissions,


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    MSc Science Communication

    AHRC-funded studentships at Imperial College – 2 Awards

    The Department of Humanities at Imperial College is pleased to announce AHRC-funded studentships. We have two professional preparation studentships to support study on the MSc Science Communication, under the specific subject area of Journalism and Publishing studies. This funding will cover tuition fees for EU students. UK students also receive a monthly bursary payment of approximately £900 for the duration of the course.

    Value of Scholarship(s)

    Eligibility

    To be eligible for funding you must meet certain criteria which are set out in the AHRC’s student funding guide: http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/FundingOpportunities/Documents/GuidetoStudentFunding.pdf

    Application Procedure

    Applicants who have already received an offer of a place on the course should submit a statement to Liam Watson (Science Communication administrator) at [email protected] demonstrating suitability for a studentship in the relevant subject area and explaining how the funding will benefit your future career. Applicants who have not yet applied for a place on the course must in addition complete the online application form by the deadline below.Further details on the course can be found at: http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/humanities/sciencecommunicationgroupThe deadline for submission of your statement is Friday 27th May, and you are likely to receive a decision by mid June.

    Further Information

    AHRC-funded studentships at Imperial College – Single Award

    The Department of Humanities at Imperial College is pleased to announce AHRC-funded studentships. We have two professional preparation studentships to support study on the MSc Communication, under the specific subject area of Museum Studies. This funding will cover tuition fees for EU students. UK students also receive a monthly bursary payment of approximately £900 for the duration of the course.

    Value of Scholarship(s)

    Eligibility

    To be eligible for funding you must meet certain criteria which are set out in the AHRC’s student funding guide: http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/FundingOpportunities/Documents/GuidetoStudentFunding.pdf

    Application Procedure

    Applicants who have already received an offer of a place on the course should submit a statement to Liam Watson (Science Communication Group administrator) at [email protected] demonstrating suitability for a studentship in the relevant subject area, and explaining how the funding will benefit your future career. Applicants who have not yet applied for a place on the course must in addition complete the online application form by the deadline below.Further details on the course can be found at: http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/humanities/sciencecommunicationgroupThe deadline for submission of your statement is Friday 27th May, and you are likely to receive a decision by mid June.

    Further Information

    Entry Requirements

    Candidates normally require a good Honours degree in a scientific or science-related subject from a UK or equivalent overseas university or college of higher education

    Course Fees

    To find up-to-date information on our fees please visit our Student Finance page (View Website )

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    07/09/2017

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    Career Facts – Accounting Program – Business and Economics Department –


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    Accounting Program Career Facts

    What They Do:

    Accountants and auditors prepare, analyze, and verify financial reports and taxes and monitor information systems that furnish this information to managers in business, industry, and government.

    The major fields of accounting are public, management, and government accounting. Public accountants have their own businesses or work for public accounting firms. They perform a broad range of accounting, auditing, tax, and consulting activities for their clients, who may be corporations, governments, nonprofit organizations, or individuals. Management accountants (also called industrial, corporate, or private accountants) record and analyze the financial information of the companies for which they work. Other responsibilities include budgeting, performance evaluation, cost management, and asset management Government accountants and auditors maintain and examine the records of government agencies and audit private businesses and individuals whose activities are subject to government regulations or taxation.

    Within each field, accountants often concentrate on one aspect of accounting. For example, many public accountants concentrate on tax matters, such as preparing individual income tax returns and advising companies of the tax advantages and disadvantages of certain business decisions.

    Increasing numbers of accounting graduates are working in private corporations. Management accountants analyze and interpret the financial information corporate executives need to make sound business decisions. They also prepare financial reports for non-management groups, including stockholders, creditors, regulatory agencies, and tax authorities. Within accounting departments, they may work in financial analysis, planning and budgeting, cost accounting, and other areas.

    Who Would Enjoy It:

    People with accounting jobs understand information systems and are skilled at working with computers to gather, report, and interpret information. Skills in human relations and interviewing are essential because accountants need to understand and solve financial problems for other people.

    Accounting covers a wide variety of jobs including Financial Reporting, Income Tax Research and Preparation, Information Systems Design, Auditing, Budget Preparation, and Cost Accounting. Levels of accounting jobs range from clerical bookkeeping to Vice-President of Finance/Chief Financial Officers.

    What They Earn:

    The average starting salary for someone with a bachelor s degree is about $35,000 per year, yet salaries ranged from $30,000 to $40,000. Those with 1 to 3 years experience will increase to about $50,000 a year, with salaries ranging from $30,000 and $60,000 in the higher management positions. After 10 to 15 years of experience in this field, one may earn up to $110,000 per year. Starting salaries with an associate degree vary with the individual s education and work experience. Bookkeeping jobs for students working on a degree vary from $8.00 per hour on up depending upon education and experience.

    How Many Jobs Available:

    Employment of accountants and auditors is expected to grow about as fast as the average for all occupations through the year 2014. Each year, several hundred thousand jobs for bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks will become available as these clerks transfer to other occupations or leave the labor force. The large size of the occupation ensures plentiful job openings, including many opportunities for temporary and part-time work.

    How Much Schooling, Training, or Skill Development:

    Most professional accountant and internal auditor positions require at least a bachelor s degree in accounting or a related field. However, many employers are beginning to prefer candidates who have earned a master s degree. A variety of bookkeeping and paraprofessional accounting jobs are available for people with less than an associate degree. There appears to be a growing trend for these jobs to request a minimum of an associate degree.

    Accountants traditionally have been detail-oriented and that is still important, but modern accountants require a much broader set of abilities. The modern accountant needs highly developed analytical skills to deal with the ever-changing business environment. Good oral and written communication skills are a necessity. Interpersonal skills are highly desirable. The ability to effectively work with computers is a necessity. Computerization lessened the focus on repetitive, detail-oriented work in accounting in favor of analysis and communication.

    Based on recommendations made by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, most states currently require CPA candidates to complete 150 semester hours of college coursework. Students already holding a bachelor s degree in another field who earn an associate degree in accounting may meet the educational qualifications for the CPA examination and entry into professional levels of accounting. In Michigan, the 150-hour law can be met with LCC classes if the student has a 4-year degree already.


    25/08/2017

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