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Almeda University offers doctorate degrees in both business and theology. For more information about any of Almeda's doctorate degrees, click on this link. Our business doctorates combine the academic study of business administration principles with the analysis of real world processes and practical management situations. Our theology doctorates address many diverse theological concentrations, ensuring that our graduates are well-versed in a wide range of theological areas and religious doctrinal approaches.
This month's featured Doctorate program: DBA in Management Information Systems. Do you know how to apply today's technology to maximize a company's efficiency and profitability? Then Almeda University's doctorate in MIS will help you secure the position of your dreams, managing a firm's global telecommunications and internet commerce. One Almeda graduate, James J. works for a major electronics manufacturing company on its 26th floor world headquarters in Chicago, overseeing both Lake Michigan and his team of highly-skilled professionals. Earning an annual salary of $128,000 + benefits and a generous expense account, James J. often spends 2-3 days a week working from his condo near Wrigley Field. Another Almeda graduate, Robin S. sings the praises of her calm and quiet life in Decatur, Georgia, supervising her small team of like-minded web designers and graphic artists for a highly-creative niche market design firm. Her $83,000 per annum salary (plus benefits) is more than enough to satisfy her rural tastes-paying the mortgage on her little dream house in the country, just a short 12 minute commute from her cozy, but uptech office in town. Why don't you join the growing number of Almeda University alumni whose degrees have paved the road to the life to which they've always aspired?
Almeda University offers Master Degrees in both business and theology. For more information about any of Almeda's Master Degrees, click on this link. In order to attain a position as a business executive or a church Pastor-just to name two potential career paths-an MBA or MA in theology is often required. Some companies and congregations will not even consider applicants unless they have a Master degree. Almeda's MBA and MA in Theology programs are conceived as a blend of academic study with the analysis of real world processes through the demonstration of practical experience.
This month's featured MBA program: Master of Business Administration in Human Resources Management. Do you have a knack for evaluating a person's talents, strengths and weaknesses? Have you attained some experience hiring, placing, and managing people? If so, then you can kick start your career into the stratosphere with an Almeda University Master degree in HRM. Pamela C., a very recent Almeda graduate, almost immediately secured a position as the Assistant Director of Human Resources for a major retailer with 27 stores throughout the Southeast. Located in the heart of beautiful and dynamic Atlanta, Pamela C's company pays her $43,500 per year (plus benefits) to work with current and potential employees on a variety of tasks and issues in addition to interviewing and counseling. Pamela loves her job and recently told this writer that she couldn't have secured it without her degree from Almeda University. Paul K. feels the same, crediting his Almeda MBA for opening the door to one of America's foremost dairy companies, where he now earns $55,000 a year (plus benefits) as that firm's Supervisor of Employee Relations. In his wide-reaching capacity, Paul works with all the firm's employees, from those on the dairy line, to the drivers and sales reps. His many talents-empathizing with people to facilitating group training sessions-are put to good and rewarding use in this excellent position.
Almeda University offers Bachelor Degrees in many areas, including Arts, Business Administration, Divinity, Theology, Social Work, and Commerce. For more information about any of Almeda's Bachelor Degrees, click on this link. Many government and industry studies have ascertained that people with college degrees make on average over $1,000,000 more in their lifetime than people without college degrees. Bachelor degrees from Almeda University open doors and dramatically improve job and promotion prospects over those unfortunate folks who don't have a college degree.
This month's featured Bachelors Degree: BBA in Management. Are you skilled and experienced at helping people reach their own greatest potential? Do you enjoy troubleshooting, taking charge and solving problems? If so, then an Almeda University degree in Management just could be your ticket out of a humdrum dead end job and into the driver's seat. Just ask Davina G., a recent Almeda University graduate whose yearly hourly earnings leapt from barely $20,000 to a healthy $34,700 salary as she went from just another store clerk to Assistant Store Manager practically overnight. Living in her beloved hometown of East St. Louis, Davina G. is now the pride of her family, being the first to attain both a college degree and a prestigious professional position for an independent upscale fashion retailer at the area's best shopping mall. Doug B. isn't the first in his family to obtain a college degree; in fact, he's the latest and the pressure was on him to do so. But with limited time working 60 hours a week for low pay, Doug found it extremely difficult to make ends meet until he turned to Almeda for an answer to his dilemma. Now he makes upwards of $40,000 a year in salary and bonuses, plus benefits, as district manager of a paper supply company in Dallas. He'd been a driver, a sales rep, and a warehouse supervisor for the same company, yet couldn't get the big promotion until he earned his Management degree from Almeda University. Now the sky's the limit for Doug!
Almeda University offers Associates of Arts (A.A.) degrees in many areas within Arts (including Education, Social Services, and Liberal Arts) and Associate of Sciences degrees in Accounting, Business Administration, and Computer Science. For more information about any of Almeda's A.A. or A.S. degrees, click on this link. The benefits of an A.A. or A.S. degree are enormous. You can position yourself for a raise, a better job, and more respect within your field. Often, it's just a matter of that A.A. or A.S. degree keeping you from taking the next step in your career.
This month's featured Associate degree: A.S. in Automotive Technology. Do you have some knowledge and experience with cars? Are you a mechanic or just someone who's always loved tinkering with engines? If so, your Almeda University degree could result in major lifestyle improvements. Dwayne T., for example, made a giant stride forward in earnings and self-esteem when he parlayed his AlmedaUniversity Automotive Technology degree into nearly doubling his earnings-from $23,000-$41,000. Although he's a skilled mechanic, no matter how hard he worked, Dwayne couldn't adequately support his family until he got the promotion he'd been fighting for for years-from line mechanic to service writer at a leading car dealer in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Able to use his knowledge and skills to greet and help customers by pre-diagnosing their cars' ills, Dwayne no longer does the dirty work-he just cashes big paychecks! Anthony S. was stuck behind the parts counter at another car dealer, doing alright but beginning to think he'd never get out. Then he got his Almeda degree in Automotive Technology and started looking for a new job. Within a few weeks, he moved to another dealer across town, accepting the position of Parts Dept. Manager for a hefty $30,000 salary + benefits, bonuses, and incentives. He has a lot of control over setting his own hours, hiring his staff, and even choosing his own vacation time. Talk about a better life! It can be yours with an Almeda University Associate degree!