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The Complete List of Online Master of Divinity Degrees

The master of divinity, or MDiv, is a professional graduate degree for people pursuing vocational ministry—usually a career as a pastor or theologian. The MDiv is the most common graduate degree for people pursuing a calling in ministry. Almost half of all students attending an ATS accredited college or seminary are pursuing a master of divinity. In some denominations, this professional degree is a prerequisite for leadership positions. It provides a thorough education in subjects that pastors and ministry leaders need to have an in-depth understanding, and it opens the door to…

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Quick comparison of BA and BS degrees

If you’ve been looking into a bachelor’s degree, you probably noticed there are two main kinds: bachelor of arts (BA) and bachelor of science (BS). But BA degrees aren’t just found in art-related fields and BS degrees aren’t relegated to science-related fields. So is there a difference between a BA and a BS? The short answer is yes. The long answer is . . . kind of. Quick comparison of BA and BS degrees A bachelor of arts and a bachelor of science are both four-year college degrees, and there…

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Differences Between IT, Computer Science, and Computer Engineering Degrees

If you want a degree that leads to working with computers, there are three main paths you should explore: computer science, information technology, and computer engineering. These are the pillars of the technology field, and most other tech degrees are iterations of them. These fields are highly interconnected, so many of the foundational courses, principles, and skills you’ll learn in these programs will overlap. And while you can probably land a job in computer science with an IT degree, and vice versa, each program has a different focus. To give…

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