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Applying to college may seem overwhelming at first and it might be hard to know where to start. The best thing to do is to start your search early and break the application process into simple pieces.
A stress-free college application process follows these simple steps:
- Taking admissions exams
- Writing personal statements and entrance essays
- Getting letters of recommendation
- Doing interviews and campus visits
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An undergraduate degree is a colloquial term for an academic degree earned by a person who has completed undergraduate courses. In the United States, it is usually offered at an institution of higher education, such as a college or university.
International applicants may be in the United States on an educational, worker or visitor visa, or be residing in their home country.
A graduate degree simply refers to higher levels of education after an undergraduate degree. Graduate Degrees – Master of Science, Juris Doctor, Masters in Business Administration, etc. Graduate degrees are higher levels of education that succeed undergrad degrees.
A doctorate degree is the highest level of academic degree in most fields. Typically a doctorate degree takes four years to complete, post-bachelor’s degree.
Through the College of Religious Studies Certificate program, University of Fort Lauderdale offers certifications in Theology, Church Administration, Christian Counseling, Pastoral Care and Counseling, and Multimedia — each designed to provide you with a solid Christian foundation and help you to become more intentional, more kingdom-minded, and more ministry focused as a leader in ministry.