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5 Steps to Get Jobs with a Criminal Justice Degree

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If you are interested in a career in the criminal justice field, there are a lot of options available to you. Whether you want to work in law enforcement, corrections or the courts, demand for trained criminal justice professionals is on the rise. For example, employment of law enforcement professionals is expected to grow five […]

Student Henrietta Fuller Discusses How to Make Your Credits Count

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If you want to go back to school but are unsure how to transfer the credits you already have, you’re not alone. According to Student Clearinghouse, about one-third of college students transfer schools at some point during their education. Still, many students wonder, “How do I transfer colleges?” At King University, many of our online […]

Your Information Technology Salary Guide

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This is the Information Age, and it’s reflected in the job market. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in all computer-related occupations is expected to increase 22 percent by the year 2020. That’s why earning a degree in information technology (IT) is a smart career move. Getting a job is not the only […]

What is Health Informatics? Everything You Need to Know

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Chances are you’ve heard of the informatics field. In general, it’s the science of information and includes the practice of information processing, as well as the development of information systems. However, you may not realize that this technology-driven discipline is also being implemented into today’s health industry. A health informatics definition is interdisciplinary and complex, […]

Professor Nick Edwards Discusses IT and the Benefits of Online Learning

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Earning an IT degree is a great choice for your career, giving you a practical, real-world, in-demand qualification. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the information technology field is thriving, with demand for computer and information systems managers expected to grow 15 percent through the year 2022. With King University’s online IT program, you […]

Misty Gilliam Discusses How to be a Successful Online Student

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It can be hard to know what to expect when you are going back to school. If it’s been a few years since you have completed coursework or taken tests, it is easy to feel intimidated by the idea of earning a degree online. In a field like information technology, however, an online format is […]

Everything You Need to Know: King’s Masters in Nursing Online

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If you are interested in advancing your nursing career, earning your masters in nursing online is a great way to get started. King University’s Master of Science in Nursing degree (MSN) is designed to prepare professional nurses like you for a specialty role in advanced practice nursing. Because the program is online, you can study […]

A Match Made in Tech Heaven: Online IT Courses

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Far from being an isolated industry, the tech world has expanded into every single field in the market today—from healthcare to business to education, all types of companies and organizations rely on technology to function. And because new gadgets and technologies are being developed and released every day, now is a great time to pursue […]

Top 3 King Online Programs for Transfer Courses

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  If you’ve started a degree program before, you most likely have transfer credits to bring with you. These credits can help take care of core requirements and allow you to finish your degree faster. But navigating the world of transfer courses can be confusing. That’s why at King University, we’ve created a transfer process that […]

5 Nursing Jobs in Tennessee

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The growth of nursing jobs is among the biggest trends in healthcare. With the Bureau of Labor Statistics projecting a 19.4 percent increase in employment by 2022, there is a wealth of opportunity for nurses looking for a new job.     To advance in your career, however, a graduate degree may be necessary. The […]

How to Prepare for Information Technology Careers in Tennessee

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Tech is big in the Tri-Cities area. The Tennessee cities of Johnson City, Kingsport and Bristol are home to a thriving medical technology culture that makes it a great place to live and work as an IT professional. When it comes to getting started in the IT industry, you need to take three key steps: […]

Everything You Need to Know About King’s Transfer Credits

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Did you know that about one third of students transfer schools at some point in their education? If you are considering going back to school, chances are you have some transfer credits to bring with you, meaning you can complete your degree more quickly and spend less money. Maybe you took advanced placement classes in […]

Just the Facts: King’s RN to BSN Program Online

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  Nursing professionals have higher expectations placed on them than ever before. With advances in technology and changes in both patient demographics and approaches to care, employers are looking for nurses who have the knowledge and experience to lead. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is quickly becoming the new standard for nurses as […]

You Know You’re an IT Student When…

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  Does any of this sound like you? Of course, these are only humorous stereotypes about people who study information technology, but there are actually are some characteristics that ring true for individuals in the IT field. According to a survey of IT professionals conducted by Computer Weekly, for example, 21 percent of those working in IT […]

8 MSN Scholarships for Nursing Students

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  One of the most important aspects of the decision to go back to school is making sure it fits into your budget. At King University, we strive to offer tuition that is both competitive and affordable. However, you may still be looking for ways to finance your education and if so, we have good […]

Spotlight on King’s Transfer Process

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If you are thinking about going back to school but aren’t sure what to do about previously earned credits, you’re not alone. About one-third of college students transfer schools at some point during their education. Transferring your previously earned credits is a great way to get started on the path to your continued education. At […]

Tech Industry Jobs in Tennessee

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  When most people think of the tech industry, they think of places like Silicon Valley. However, you may be surprised to know that the Nashville metropolitan area is experiencing considerable growth when it comes to tech jobs like information technology. In Nashville, tech employment was up over 65 percent in 2013, with a 160 […]

Your King University Transfer Checklist

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  College transfer credits are how schools like us measure your prior learning and experience. They are accepted in credit hours or course units that can be applied to your transcript. Transferring your credits can give you a good idea of where you stand in terms of your new degree and how long it will […]

Cashing In: Understanding Salary Progression in Nursing

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  Working as a nurse is a calling that requires a passion for helping others and love for what you do. On the practical side of things, however, it is important to understand how salary works in the nursing profession. There are many factors that contribute to how much a nursing professional earns, and among […]

Women-Owned Businesses Are Booming in Tennessee

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In Tennessee, women have a real presence in the business community. The number of businesses owned by women in Tennessee has grown faster than the national average across nearly a 20-year period, according to a recent report. The Volunteer State ranks 14th nationally in the growth of women-owned businesses from 1997 to 2013. The number […]

MBA Scholarships and Tips You Need to Know

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  Scholarships aren’t just for high school graduates starting their academic journey. Adult learners, including those seeking additional degrees such as an online MBA degree, are eligible for scholarships, which could help ease the financial burden often associated with continued education and the rising cost of college tuition. There are a plethora of scholarships available to […]