Tom Greco is a professor and the director of the Criminal Justice Online Program. He’s also a retired Army Colonel and former Chief Operations Officer for Central Christian College.
Professionals with a bachelor's in psychology learn essential skills such as mental health counseling, diverse world views and social psychology that allow them to assist individuals and communities in optimizing their well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic and offset long-term consequences for young Americans and vulnerable populations.
Is an online degree worth it? Even with the flexibility, accreditation and convenience that reputable online degrees offer, many students may wonder if an online degree will be taken seriously by employers.
Organizational leadership jobs help bridge the gap between business and leadership by employing professionals that examine the psychological and sociological variables that affect organizations, as well as practical skills like accounting and human resource management.
In this article, we explore the return on investment that an BBA degree can bring, including the boost in skills and salary, to underscore why this degree should be an accomplishment that you consider as you set yourself on course for professional growth. We also offer some strategies to balance your commitments to family and friends with your professional aspirations so that earning your degree can fit into your life.
A great way to launch your career in the world of business is to earn a bachelor of business administration (BBA Online). With a degree like this you’ll have the in-demand skills necessary to pursue a number of business-related careers.
McPherson Chief of Police, Mikel Golden (CC ’15) has been named the 2020 Outstanding Young Alumni Award (OYAA) recipient