College education has skyrocketed in price over the past ten years, and while this prevents many people from attending, it also means that those who can attend may opt not to do so unless the education they receive is both of the highest quality, and significantly increases their chances of meaningful employment on the other side. School Choices is a website dedicated to addressing the needs of this new generation of college goers by giving them the answers they need to the most important questions. They have recently published new editorials for Journalism and Criminology.
The site has created a list of the top journalism schools in the U.S. (http://www.schoolchoices.org/colleges/major/73) and ranks them from one to ten, followed by a complete list of universities with accredited courses in the subject. The top ten rankings offer direct links to find out more information about the university and the course in question.
For those interested in attending one of the top criminology schools (http://www.schoolchoices.org/colleges/major/109), the same listings have been created for this course topic too, and School Choices plan to do the same for every subject students might be interested in capable of leading them to a lucrative career.
A spokesperson for School Choices explained, “We are providing this information because students now have to think extremely carefully about whether to invest in college education and, if they decide to do so, they have a right to get the best education possible for their money. The top ten listings are also followed up with a comprehensive list of all the universities that run journalism courses in the US in the event the top ten are prohibitively expensive, so those who will pursue their vocation no matter what can still find the right place to do it.”
About School Choices:
School Choices was created while classmates Ben Koch and John Lee were researching colleges for undergrad. They realized that as tuition prices soared, choosing an educational program wasn’t just about picking a school. This site was created to help students from all walks of life make intelligent choices about their educational journey, and helping them choose a life path that will still make sense 4 years, 10 years, 20 years down the road.
Visit http://www.schoolchoices.org/ for more information.
Name: Joe Bragg
Organization: Brand Outreach
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