May 15, 2019

Should I Continue My Education?

By B&SC Blog Team

Should I Continue My Education?

Research shows that salaries and success in a career are directly correlated with levels of education. It is important to take time while you are in school to research what it takes to be successful in your field. Sometimes, this means continuing on with school after you obtain your first degree. If you are interested in continued education, planning should start prior to graduation.

Advanced Degrees

Bryant & Stratton College currently offers four Bachelor’s level degrees in dynamic and growing fields. Many of our current Associate’s degrees transition into a corresponding Bachelor’s degree. Because of this, you could finish a Bachelor’s degree in two years following the successful completion of a related Associate’s degree!

Contact your Academic Advisor and have a discussion about your educational options following graduation; whether it’s a Bachelor’s degree with us or a higher level degree elsewhere!

  • Bryant & Stratton College offers the following Bachelor’s degrees:
  • BBA: Bachelor of Business Administration in General Management (not available in AR) Specializations in eCommerce, Marketing, Human Resources and Project Management are also available.
  • BSHSA: Bachelor of Science Health Services Administration (not available in NY or AR)
  • BBA in ACCT: Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting (not available in NY, OH or AR)

Adult Education Programs and Certifications

Once you have completed your associates and/or bachelors degree, you may also want to look into specialized certifications based on your precise career goals. Bryant & Stratton offers certification and professional development programs for the Finance, Healthcare and Information Technology fields. A few of the programs available include:

  • Financial Securities Certificate
  • ICD-10 Courses in Medical Coding
  • Certified Pharmacy Technician
  • Certified Phlebotomy Technician
  • Property and Casualty Insurance Courses
  • Coaching Essentials

Professional development courses can help you advance your career even more. If you are interested in any of these programs, contact your advisor or the Admissions office.

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