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  • Weighing the Costs vs Benefits of Graduate School — Factors to Consider
  • Weighing the Costs vs Benefits of Graduate School — Factors to Consider
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  • From the obvious and important, to the critical yet often forgotten, this informative article will show you every factor you ought to be considering in your cost-benefit analysis of graduate school, including fees, graduation times, network growth, and the brand value of your degree.
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  • Commonly Overlooked Factors When Choosing A Degree
  • Commonly Overlooked Factors When Choosing A Degree
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  • What factors come to mind when you think about how to choose a degree? Cost? Prestige? Popularity? While those are all important, there are other equally important considerations that are often overlooked. Make sure you assess each of these dimensions before making your choice.
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  • Grad Degree Cost-Benefit Analysis Worksheet
  • Grad Degree Cost-Benefit Analysis Worksheet
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  • This cost-benefit analysis template allows graduate school applicants to compare various degrees, including MBA, JD, MA, MS, and more, by total cost, return on investment, and lifetime earnings.
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  • Which Graduate Degree is Right for You?
  • Which Graduate Degree is Right for You?
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  • Looking at which degree to pursue can make or break your entire decision about going to graduate school. Before you get your heart set on a diploma, take a look at the top 5 graduate degrees, including MBA, JD, MS, MD and PhD, and find out which one is the right next step for your career.
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  • Should I Get an MBA or an MS?
  • Should I Get an MBA or an MS?
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  • A lot of candidates grapple with the decision of whether to pursue an MS or an MBA. If that sounds like you, take this quiz for a quick answer! We'll look at your goals, GPA, and other factors to determine which of the two degrees suit you best.