Former Air Force captain turned CEO of Brainband, a Dallas technology services company, discusses the benefit of higher education in the field.
Anthropology is the study of humans and their cultures, religions, sexuality, and languages. Ken Myers parlayed his passion for anthropology into a career teaching others.
A volunteer opportunity as a teenager at a local Lubbock hospital sparked a lifelong interest in the care of others for Bryan Bigham.
As DFW experiences record-breaking business growth, new opportunities to grow in real estate also benefit.
Licensed marriage and family therapists help clients learn how to navigate life’s ups and downs. Therapist Dianna Bigham credits her master’s degree with success in helping her clients.
Jack Benage is an external auditor at KPMG in Dallas, and discusses how his master’s degree has helped him along the way to success.
Ron Nieman, a business executive for Sanford Rose Associates discusses his career path into the booming technology field.
Mandy Dirickson is passionate about the prevention of strokes, especially in women at UT Southwestern University Medical Center’s Comprehensive Stroke Center.
Daniel Ibarrondo is a living example of how advanced degrees can lead you to success in any career path you choose.
Dallas Business Journal, U.S. Department of Labor Statistics and Forbes all rank Dallas and surrounding Texas cities as top cities in the country for job growth.
Mireya Mata develops training courses for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, in order to find solution-based communication tools for the company’s supervisors.
Joe Herrera says, “Having a master’s degree helps open up other career paths no matter what line of work you are in.”