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How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome When You Think “College Isn’t for Me”

Are you experiencing imposter syndrome? You did so well in high school or your undergraduate program and now feel you aren’t cut out for a higher-level program. Your mind may be flooded with what-ifs. You might be thinking, “college isn’t for me,” and worrying about doing well in the next chapter of your life.  The truth is that you are not alone, and there are ways to combat these feelings and successfully continue with your degree plans.
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Business

MBA in Accounting or Finance: What’s the Difference?

Whether you have an undergraduate degree in a quantitative field and want to continue your education or you’re ready to make a career change, earning a Master of Business Administration (MBA) can be an excellent way to achieve your professional goals.  MBA programs are available with different concentrations, and two of these concentrations are accounting and finance. An MBA in accounting and an MBA in finance are both great options. Learn what separates these options so you can choose the best degree program for your goals:
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Teaching and Education

How to Become a Teacher in Ohio Through a Master of Arts in Education

Are you interested in the field of education? There are pathways to becoming a teacher beyond enrolling in an education degree program straight out of high school. If you have already earned a bachelor’s degree—regardless of whether you’re working in another career field or focusing on other responsibilities—you can easily pursue your passion for teaching.
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Student Success Tips

Testing 1, 2, 3: Understanding College Admission Requirements

Many colleges require entrance exams as part of their admissions process. However, some colleges, including Mount Vernon Nazarene University (MVNU) Online, have chosen to forego these requirements. Learn more about college admission requirements and why we don’t require standardized test scores at MVNU Online.
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