So you didn't hit the books as well as you should have.
Fear not, all is not lost. There are still plenty of options available to you.
You may want to consider enrolling at a local 2-year community college where you can begin to discipline yourself to study and perform at a level that a college student should be performing at...Read Full Article
If you are seeking a fast-track education that will lead you on a new career path, you should look into community colleges.
You might be surprised by the wide variety of occupational fields you can study at community colleges, such as Dental Assistant, Information Technology, Network Security, Technical Support, Business and Business Administration, Accounting, Medical Office Administration, Billing and Coding, Administrative Assistant, Paralegal, and hundreds of other subjects...Read Full Article
Loren G. Yamamoto, MD, MPH, MBA
Who should read this chapter? All those who are interested in pursuing a career requiring a college education.
Summary: College educational requirements are highly variable for different career paths.
Having a basic understanding of these college requirements permits a student to make a more informed career choice decision and better college planning...Read Full Article