Continuing Education

It is no mystery that continuing your education is an investment of both time and resources. Explore the following infographic which can help you start formulating your equation with basic research on some of the factors that can play critical roles in your overall estimate. Plus find out a few intrinsic benefits of having a bachelor’s degree that can give you the confidence you need to achieve your dreams. Read more

As the U.S. economy continues to stabilize, you may ask yourself what is the benefit of going back to school to further your education.  Check out this infographic on the ROI of a Graduate Degree and decide for yourself if the extra education is worth it. Read more

All too often, a college degree becomes a means to an end, a way to make more money, advance your career, or earn prestige. While an education can do all of these, it’s important to realize that you are investing in your greatest asset – yourself. By balancing your work, school, and life, you will be able to dig deeper into your studies without allocating more time for them.Read more

There was a time in the not-too-distant past when young adults completed high school, moved swiftly into a job or trade apprenticeship, started a family, or - entered a four-year traditional university to work toward their college degree. Enter the modern age, where higher education has received a much needed facelift.Read more

“The number one benefit of information technology is that it empowers people to do what they want to do. It lets people be creative. It lets people be productive.” This statement is just as true for business mogul Steve Ballmer as it is for students all over the world. Whether your classes are fully online or on campus get information you need to leverage some of the best free online tools to help you succeed in college.Read more

What is the greatest quality that is attributed to a lifelong learner? Colleges and universities believe in the power of education and employers often filter candidates by level of degree attainment. However companies also place high priority on proven skills, abilities and overall intelligence. We’re taking a closer look on the dynamics of each and how they may be mistaken for one another in modern day.Read more

There is an array of resources out there that help traditional students get ready for the first day of school, from dorm room decor to the latest tech and fashion trends. But how do nontraditional students prepare? Brandman is here to help year-round scholars and professionals get ready for their busy back to college seasons with this essential checklist.Read more

“Family…where life begins and love never ends.” Our loved ones are the most important people in our lives, and oftentimes they are near the top on the list of reasons why many people go back to school to earn their degrees. They support us, motivate us and inspire us to always do our best. But once class has started and papers are due, how do we ensure we are still giving our family the quality time and attention they deserve?Read more

We all have goals we want to achieve – finally getting that degree, getting in shape, eating healthy, raising healthy, happy, well-educated children. The dream of doing it all is nice but the reality is that life gets in the way. So how can you continue your back to school focus and still meet your other obligations?Read more

Mothers who dedicate themselves to achieving their professional goals while they set positive examples for their kids are some of the most inspiring people. Working and raising a family on your own is challenging enough, but adding college to the mix pretty much bedazzles the cape of the supermom outfit. To help out the best way we know how, here are some tips for those going back to school as single parents.Read more

Just as the world tends to do, academia has changed drastically over the past 20 years. Even the most established brick and mortar universities have transitioned into the digital age, and more adults are going back to school than ever. But how do these nontraditional students return to the classroom or cloud after such a long hiatus?Read more