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Welcome to the online resource center. Here you can explore trends in each field and discover the benefits of earning an online degree. We hope you find this information useful and instructional as you embark on this exciting educational journey.

Online MBA programs are a viable option for ambitious people seeking to fit higher education into their busy lifestyles. Read stories from real students!
Learn how you may benefit from enrolling in a SHRM-aligned master’s in human resources program, including hr-online.
Studies analyzed hundreds of HR job listings for people wanting a career change to human resources manager and found that one-third of them preferred candidates with an advanced degree.
Choosing between an MBA and MHA can be difficult. Use this visual tool to educate yourself on the benefits and help guide your decision.
With a Master of Accountancy, graduates have the knowledge and skills they need to successfully prepare for and take the CPA exam.
With a Master of Accountancy, graduates are prepared to accurately understand and use all accounting standards, domestic or international.
Are you thinking about returning to school, but aren’t sure if it’s right for you? A growing number of students are turning to online degree programs.
Less than 5 percent of the world’s business programs have earned AACSB accreditation, which is the highest standard of achievement for business schools.
Organizationally, financially, and legally, accounting is a core department in any organization, and the need for a highly trained accounting team is absolutely essential.
Although many accounting professionals acquire licenses for both Certified Public Accountant¬ (CPA) and Charted Financial Analyst (CFA) designations, there are note-worthy differences between the two.
There is one number that stands out to burgeoning accounting professionals and with good reason. The number 4—as in The Big 4—is linked to career stability, growth and prestige.
Your resume has to stand out in a pile of papers. Once it is noticed, it also has to demonstrate you know the accounting industry.
Management, tax authorities, lenders, and investors rely on accurate, detailed financial statements to make decisions about a company. Audits are crucial in helping to ensure such accuracy.
Writing a great resume is a balancing act. You need to outline your portfolio with professional keywords in your field, but also stand out from the pack.
If you’re looking for career advancement in accounting, consider exploring a professional development plan to enhance your professional pathway.