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  • Diploma in Pastry Arts
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You can fire up a new career with help from  Auguste Escoffier Schools of Culinary Arts. We offer two programs for careers in the culinary industry, including culinary arts and pastry arts.


Locations:  Boulder, CO Austin, TX
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Pursue your education with American College for Medical Careers. We offer degree and diploma programs in the allied health field at our campus in Orlando, Florida.


Locations:  Orlando, FL
Programs:
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Wilkes University’s School of Nursing offers CCNE-accredited online degrees and certificate programs ideal for working health care professionals, instructed by experienced, respected faculty dedicated to mentoring and personalized support for every student. Our nursing degrees offer the cutting-edge professional knowledge and skills needed in today’s dynamic, evolving health care industry.

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It's no big secret that earning your degree is the best way to boost your earning and advancement potential. Those with advanced degrees, such as master's degrees, can expect to do even better, earning nearly $30K/year more than bachelor's degree holders each year, and a whopping $50K/year more than high school diploma holders. As we strive toward becoming a more educated work force, those who invest the most in their educations are faring best in the career world. Fortunately, online degrees and flexible campus programs have made earning your degree much easier to manage, even if you work full time and have a family. Choose a subject or degree to get started.

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Even if you already have a job, investing in your education has its benefits. Launch a new or better career, improve your advancement potential, or earn more money. Just how much more?

According to US Census data, the average bachelor's degree holder earns an average of $20K more each year than those with high school diplomas alone. Those with advanced degrees, such as master's degrees, can expect to do even better, earning nearly $30K/year more than bachelor's degree holders each year, and a whopping $50K/year more than high school diploma holders. That means that whichever degree you earn, your increased salary will likely offset its cost in a short period of time.

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Education may have its benefits, but it's still an investment of time. Fortunately, technological advances make earning your degree easier to manage than ever, even if you're working full-time or supporting a family. Online degree programs are booming, but in number and credibility. Many are accredited, and most allow you to work whenever and wherever you can. Even campus-based programs typically cater to a working adult's schedule, offering night and weekend courses.