Tag: Degree Planning

How do people experience being ill, and how does it change their lives? Children, parents, family, friends, and even we, ourselves, will struggle with sickness, disease, and death. People do not simply suffer from diseases, but from the emotional, psychological, social, and cultural dimensions of being an individual or a patient with a disease. What …

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A capstone course is required in each undergraduate degree at Excelsior College.  Don’t be intimidated by the name of this course.  A capstone is a class in a course of study that is to be taken towards the end of a student’s degree.  It is a class where a student demonstrates all that has been …

POL 210 Controversies in International Law is a new course which explores the theory and practice of international law and international organization in an era marked by American power.  The course examines selected contemporary controversies in international relations that deal with legal issues and the relationship between power and justice.  The course analyzes the concepts, structures, and …

Accelerated courses can be ideal for working adults trying to fit higher education into their busy lives.  But completing the work for a three-credit course in about half the time of a traditional term can also be very challenging.  In this brief video, Excelsior’s Kendra Jones shares eight tips for success in eight-week courses.  The guidance …

  *Update: The recording of this webinar is now available: https://connect.excelsior.edu/p36hs8fho5c/   Are you a History major, do you have a depth in History, or are thinking about focusing on History? Do you wonder what career options are open to those with a degree in History? Are you considering applying to graduate school? If so, please …