According to pirate lore, Georgia's coastal Blackbeard Island was one of Edward "Blackbeard" Teach's hideouts. Tales of buried treasure persist even today nearly 300 years after Blackbeard's death. After terrorizing the Atlantic Coast for nearly two years from 1716 to 1718, Blackbeard was finally brought to justice at the end of a sword. As a sworn law enforcement officer in Georgia, you'll find your share of action in growing cities like Atlanta.
PHOENIX, AZ – Officials at the wildly popular University of Phoenix have announced their newest online learning program for obtaining the Doctor of Medicine degree. Students will complete the four-year degree completely online with as little direct patient contact as possible. A hyper-accelerated program will be offered and enable students to complete the degree in one year. The dean of the new M.D. program, Dr. Gilburt S. Wikilove, proudly declared that, “The future of medical practice is a virtual one. We are providing innovative education to create truly knowledgeable and capable web M.D.’s.”
These online college profiles can help you understand your options and choose a virtual program. All online colleges in this directory are regionally accredited, the most widely accepted form of accreditation in the United States.
Criminal justice systems are complex and require an understanding of crime as well as the institutions and professionals that operate within these systems. The curriculum offered by Athabasca University's Criminal Justice Program will provide you with a variety of courses that address the operation of the adult and youth justice systems, examination of criminal justice policies, procedures and programs, and the roles of criminal justice professionals (for example, law enforcement) and other stakeholders (such as victims and offenders). Our degree teaches students to think critically about criminal justice policies and practices. Students receive academic training that prepares them for career advancement in the field of criminal justice as well as graduate studies.
The decade following independence in 1947 was witness to a surge of innovative ideas to build a fledgling independent nation into a model democratic state committed to growth with equity in the development of its people. The establishment of Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA) was the outcome of one such innovative initiative.
For Tara Chang, an MBA was destiny. Her father has one. Her two brothers each have MBAs on their resumes. Even her grandmother holds the distinction that is the modern day near-guarantee to wealth and professional success. For Chang, it wasn’t an “if” as much as a “when.” And the when came this past year. It also came via the less-talked-about one-year route.