GED CERTIFICATION PREP PROGRAM
This course covers the GED prep tips and information on the actual GED test. GED stands for General Educational Development. It’s an academic test that checks whether you’re ready for college. The test covers four major subjects: math, science, language arts, and social studies.
If you pass the GED test, you can use the credential to apply for jobs or for college. Your GED certification is recognized in all 50 states and in Canada, too. It is the only high school equivalency test result being recognized today by colleges and institutions.
SHRM CERTIFICATION REVIEW PROGRAM
SHRM certification is the only HR certification offered by the world’s largest HR membership organization. As the industry leader in HR professional development, SHRM has supported more than 100,000 employers representing 140 million employees worldwide.
Our course will expand and test your knowledge, along with providing practical, real-world competencies in areas critical to your HR career success.
An associate degree is an undergraduate degree awarded after a course of post-secondary study lasting two or three years. It is a level of qualification between a high school diploma or GED and a bachelor’s degree.
A bachelor’s degree is a four-year degree meaning it typically takes four years of full-time study to complete your bachelor’s degree. You’ll need to complete a minimum of 180 quarter credits to earn an accredited bachelor’s degree. The bachelor’s degree remains the standard for entry into many professional careers. Getting a bachelor’s degree can be the ticket to a more promising career.
A master’s degree is the first level of graduate study. To apply for a master degree you usually must already hold an undergraduate degree (a bachelor’s degree). A master’s degree typically requires a year and one-half to two years of full-time study.