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Using the GI Bill to Advance Your Future

Posted December 14, 2011 | By csponline

The Post-9/11 GI Bill is an important piece of legislation that grants soldiers the opportunity to achieve their collegiate goals by paying their tuition. Some soldiers return from duty with a clear vision of their future post-service, including prospective career opportunities and how they will reach them.… Read More

Discover Real Value Using Social Media for Business

Posted December 14, 2011 | By csponline

Business owners and managers can no longer consider social media to be just another fad trending among Generation Y. Social media has proven itself to be a valuable business tool for generating engaged customers, increased sales and focused company branding. Developing practical social media strategies can positively affect a business’s bottom line while fostering a community of consumers.… Read More

What are the top trends in educational technology?

Posted November 30, 2011 | By csponline

Educational technology for the 21st century provides leaders an ability to implement the right kinds of technology into the education system. Online learning, classrooms, or other teaching communities can all benefit greatly with the latest trends in this regard. For students that are interested in earning educational technology degrees, there are institutions that offer either traditional or online methods based on whatever the prospective student would like to choose.… Read More

iPads and the Classroom

Posted November 30, 2011 | By csponline

The rise of educational technology has transformed the look of the modern school. Where the educational process was once primarily focused on listening to a single instructor and passively absorbing his knowledge, information technology now makes it possible to effectively teach even large numbers of students on an individual basis.… Read More

Sports Management Majors Have Many Career Options

Posted November 16, 2011 | By csponline

Students who participate in athletics, either as a player or a spectator, have many career options in store for them if they pursue a degree in sport management.… Read More

Why a Master’s In Sports Management Is a Great Investment

Posted November 16, 2011 | By csponline

For someone who loves sports and is fortunate to have a job in the field, there are opportunities for them to make themselves more marketable. One of the best ways to do this, no matter what job this sports enthusiast currently has is to get a master’s degree in sports management.… Read More

Technology in the Class Showing Positive Effects

Posted November 2, 2011 | By csponline

Reports of increased motivation, participation and achievement. Technology continues to play an increasingly critical role in the workplace, marketplace and even local school systems. With the integration of technology in the class, students have displayed increased motivation, participation and achievement.… Read More

Concordia Student Honored with National Teaching Award

Posted November 1, 2011 | By csponline

Technology in the classroom pays, just ask Concordia University, St. Paul graduate student and Wayzata Middle School math teacher, Seth Brown. Brown was recently awarded the Milken Educator Award – a $25,000 teaching excellence award given to top teachers nationwide.… Read More

What is the difference between a BA in Business and a MBA?

Posted October 12, 2011 | By csponline

While a Bachelors of Arts degree in business will open many doors, some people may desire to build a career with the added benefits of a Master’s degree. There are a few real distinctions between the two types of degrees that should be considered when planning out education and setting professional goals.… Read More

Minnesota Online Degree Programs Growing in Popularity

Posted October 12, 2011 | By csponline

Statistics from Minnesota State Colleges and Universities indicate demand for online degree programs has grown exponentially over the past decade. From 2005 to 2009, there was a 186% increase in online enrollment, compared with only a 6% increase in demand for traditional brick and mortar schools.… Read More