(PRWEB) September 10, 2012
With the rising cost of traditional college degree programs, many students have started looking towards specialized certificate programs and career diploma programs. The certificate and career diploma programs generally take six months to two years to complete and are completed through online methods. These are the perfect educational option for full-time employees, entrepreneurs or for students wishing to go into specialized career programs. YourDegree.com will offer special search options and resources specifically designed for the specialized programs.
Market managing representative Jeff Giles discussed the expansion in a recent sales meeting of YourDegree.com. During this discussion he quickly covered what the expansion will entail and how students can go about searching the site and using all the resources to find the correct certificate and career diploma for them. “In addition to the many resources that YourDegree.com currently offers. We will be offering an expansion for nontraditional students seeking certificate and career diploma options. Many students find that they only need specific training for a job they already have or they want to get into. For example, a student wanting to move into the area of virtual assistant positions or starting a virtual assistant company may only need a certificate in specialized program such as social media and blogging. A full degree is not necessary, however finding the right certificate or career diploma program through a legitimate option or source is difficult for many students. That is where this expansion comes in. Yourdegree.com will offer the students the chance to find legitimate career and certification programs that fit their actual needs for the job they are looking for.”
This expansion is set to occur during the first days of September 2012. The expansion will also include specialized degree guide, career diploma guides and certification guides to help students narrowed down the certification or career diploma they will need for the job they are looking for. Mr. Giles did discuss how students may not be aware of the proper certification they need or what to expect with that certification.
An example given was a student wanting to receive a certification in medical billing and coding but being unaware if that's a certification was not all that was required and that many certifications only offer the training to prepare for a national certification test. The expansions will discuss these types of scenarios in detail and will offer students the chance to educate themselves on the career option prior to making a financial commitment to that option.
This is the first of several expansions that will be occurring over the next several weeks to months in order to offer a fully inclusive and top of the line resource for future students of available degree programs.