Graduate Schools Want You

Michel, Christopher
March 2004
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Mar2004, Vol. 130 Issue 3, p112
Conference Proceeding
The article discusses the importance of a graduate degree. It states that a graduate degree is rapidly becoming a prerequisite for senior leaders in armed services and in corporate in the U.S. Fortunately, one's military credentials provides a ticket into some of the country's best graduate programs. One's experience is valued by admissions counselors nationwide and likely has equipped one to succeed in even the most competitive programs. Surprisingly, many people in the military continue to underestimate the value of graduate education and their ability to succeed in first-rate schools. A graduate degree can make a big difference in ones military and civilian careers. An advanced degree provides both a competitive and a financial advantage.


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