i intend to pursue a masters degree in the field of environmental sciences. what low cost...
universities should i apply to?
Apparently, diploma mills (pay a few dollars, get a "degree" from a "university" with no credentials") are perfectly fine for any environmental agency, including the CARB (California Air Resources Board). I have a hub with a video story explaining how they kept someone with a fake degree secret until the rulings based on what he headed were enacted.
So, apparently, a diploma mill, and a willingness to write false reports is all you need to earn a great paycheck in the environmental field.
by Grace Marguerite Williams24 months ago
Does anyone intend to pursue graduate studies soon and why?
by Marcus T Caine6 months ago
Which is better, to get your masters degree or to get experience?Would it be better to get a degree or to get experience?
by DowntroddenInDC6 years ago
I want to go back to school for a masters degree. What field will be most relevant in four years?My undergraduate degree is in economics and mathematics.
by mel228 years ago
What's everyones expertise. Name your academic certificate?PHD in?BS in BS?associate's in ?I never went to college but got course certificates in construction mamagement/blueprint reading and drafting from the...
by Paula3 years ago
Are you satisfied with your Level of Education, or do you feel you should have gone further?
by cfin3 years ago
I am working in an accounting position, but I'm not an accountant. I hate working with numbers. Going to work doesn't need to be so drab. I have experience in Human resources, Payroll and business management including...
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