Imagine Paying Thousands Of Dollars To Get Fired
On October 10, 2004, Sixty Minutes (a CBS-TV news program) interviewed a woman whose degree got her fired: she was sent packing after she began referring to herself as "Dr. X," honestly believing she had earned a Ph.D.
Turned out her university had a reputation as a diploma mill. Putting that degree on your resume could be the kiss of death for your career.
You probably won't make this mistake. Most degree programs are not diploma mills.
But even legitimate, accredited university programs will waste thousands of dollars and years of your time if they aren't geared to your goals and objectives.
As a former college professor, I got to know many students whose education choices would actually limit their future opportunities - after they paid serious money as a well-intentioned investment in their careers, often with considerable sacrifice.
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About the Author
No one else could write this book! Cathy Goodwin, Ph.D., spent many years in the classroom as a student and even more as a professor. She's taught in mainstream traditional programs as well as online degree programs. She has advised students completing dissertations in programs all over the world. And she knows the score.
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