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MBA the Key to ‘New Doors of Opportunity’

For Florida Tech grad Sam Lea, a production planner with a North Carolina chemical company, the quest for self-improvement is inextricably linked to education.

College Degree is Reward for Veteran’s ‘Hard Work’

Larry Middlebrooks dropped out of college to join the Army, serving as a bomb tech in Iraq and other places. But when his military service ended, he knew he needed to return to school in order to progress in the civilian market.

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Jackie Acosta Interview – The Road to a Special Agent Career

Florida Tech Adjunct Professor Jackie Acosta began her law enforcement career with the Melbourne Police Department, rising to the rank of detective before joining U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE), Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) as a special agent.

Richard Ford Interview – Catching the Cybersecurity Bug

A comprehensive approach to protecting online networks must start with a reassessment of expectations about cybersecurity, says Florida Tech Professor Richard Ford. “If we keep trying to build a computing Utopia it’s not going to work.”   

Job and Salary Outlook for Accountants

Demand for qualified accountants is being fueled by several factors, including tighter financial regulations and globalization of the economy, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Women in Aviation Management

Increasing numbers of women have been entering the aviation industry in recent decades, including in high-level aviation management roles across the country.

Guide to Majors in Business Management

A comprehensive online guide to business management major degree programs and careers from a regionally accredited university.

Application Development Manager Career and Salary

Information on the employment outlook, job duties, degrees and salaries for application development manager, a hot career in computer information systems.

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Women Climbing Law Enforcement Ranks

Although they remain underrepresented as sworn officers nationwide, women are overcoming the odds to attain law enforcement leadership roles with major agencies.

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Marshals Service Answers Call for Justice

From apprehending fugitives to transporting prisoners and protecting judges and witnesses, Deputy U.S. Marshals have played instrumental roles during defining moments in the nation’s history.