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These first two websites are comprehensive search engines designed for students who are interested in learning more about Criminal Justice programs and careers around the country.

Justice Degrees

Discover Criminal Justice

County Office.org It has a great number of local county and state offices with phone numbers, addresses and directions nationwide .

master-of-education-in-teacher-leadership.aspx Master of Education in Teacher Leadership programs designed to develop instructional leaders who know how to design curricula, implement research-based instructional strategies and effectively motivate students at all grade levels

ASVAB practice test website The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test is a required test administered to anyone interested in enlisting in any of the US Armed Service branches.

We provide a completely free path to receiving free college credit for students across the country. Students can take 15 college–level courses on a variety of subjects with pathways for potentially receiving up to 44 units of semester credit at participating accredited universities or at over 1400 universities and colleges in NCCRS network. This is hugely important for Alternative Education students…in addition to saving money, they can test drive different courses and subjects on their own schedule and be better prepared for college-level coursework at a university. Here's a little more about us and the Academic team: https://www.onlinedegree.com/about-us/

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Math Models and Economics

This site provides free tools for students and lifelong learners to develop their careers in education, including career outlooks, program ratings, licensing information, and expert advice. We also provide resources for recent graduates and current teachers such as our guides to earning master's degrees in education and our jobs board, which displays new openings in teaching, administration, and learning support positions every day.


MBA Exam Resource Series

It’s our goal at OnlineMBA.com to foster such success as it pertains to our students, and as a step towards this goal, we’ve built a suite of open-use reference guides to MBA exams. Our guides discuss in detail fundamental considerations in the exam process, including study tips, exam formatting, and research practices. We’re hoping to get this information in the hands of as many students as possible so they can make their academic decisions and progression with ease. Take a look at some of our guides below:

GMAT Fundamentals – https://www.onlinemba.com/resources/gmat-guide/

GRE Basics – https://www.onlinemba.com/resources/gre-guide/

Online Research Best Practices – https://www.onlinemba.com/resources/online-research-guide/

Capstone Overview – https://www.onlinemba.com/resources/capstone-guide/


The decision to go to graduate school is more and more common these days. If your goal is to go far in any professional career, a master's degree will almost surely be required. If you are in the business world, you will certainly want an MBA. There are many reasons for pursuing an MBA, but the chief concerns are that today's business environment is increasingly complex and competitive. Globalization and the rapid expanse of technology has created a business landscape that is vastly different from what undergrads found as late as the mid 1990's.

GMAT Guide for Online MBAs : https://onlinembareview.org/resources/online-mba-gmat-guide/

GMAT Guide for Online MBAs Texas: https://onlinembareview.org/states/texas/

These were just updated with newly published data covering the instructional education & learning industries. I’ve included them below:


A site dedicated to providing the most up-to-date college test preparation resources for exams - including the GMAT!

Practice makes perfect, and one of the best things students can do before test day is take practice exams. However, it's important that the questions they are studying are exactly like what they will see on the actual test.

We've created a GMAT Test Preparation page for those looking to take the necessary steps to accomplish their goals:



Grantham University provides secondary online education.

All of our programs are online and are an affordable option for students across the US (especially with the uncertainty of campus-based schools right now)


A resource that highlights 20 common grad programs that don't require the GRE, as well as other ways to get around the requirement, like GRE waivers.

Graduate Programs with No GRE Requirement: https://www.publicservicedegrees.org/college-admissions/grad-school-no-gre/

A research guide on the Best Online Schools: https://www.ireviews.com/best-online-schools/