“Don’t get a master’s degree immediately following your bachelor’s. Figure out what you love to do, start doing it and then identify a master’s program.”
Dr. Scott Wise, Chief Operating and Medical Officer, says “Most practicing physicians have a business manager to manage the business side of things. The degree helped me to do both.”
Mark C. Clark is the senior partner at O2Works, a company that specializes in implementation of Oracle software applications for a variety of businesses.
This “self-taught” computer technologist looks to higher education as the next step in battling cyber crimes.
Lori Vann is a licensed professional counselor in a private practice. She counsels teenagers and adults dealing with self-injury; and, she is also a supervisor for interns looking to become licensed counselors.
The web continues to dominate the way the world does business. As people become more comfortable with doing transactions online, more applications and the need for more technologists will continue.
Nursing has advanced and expanded to the point of doctoral degree programs being created to better serve the evolving health care system.
Cynthia Seskes worked in higher education for 18 years. During that time, she decided that pursuing a master’s degree would help balance her business and creative desires.
Dave Wilson is responsible for developing, maintaining, evaluating, and implementing curricular and extracurricular programs to drive student achievement and growth in the e-learning environment.
Educational director and counselor AmyCaron Halstead, of the Lake Highlands and Highland Park Mathnasiums learning centers, helps students understand and love math.
When someone needs help in Plano, they call 911; when the emergency operators need help they call Johnny Johnson, a systems administrator for the 911 System for the City of Plano.
Criminal justice has been a life-long commitment for Kevin Kolbye, recently named assistant chief at the Arlington Police Department.