“Degree Programs”. . .
“Going Back to School When You’re a Military Spouse” gives you a summary of what to consider when you make the decision to pursue postsecondary education.
Knowing the basics of what to look for in a college can help you make a decision that is right for you.
Search for colleges by sector, tuition costs - lowest, highest and net - and costs of career and vocational programs.
Search a database of accredited schools and programs offering distance learning options. Filter by courses of study and degree levels to get a list of schools matching your qualifications.
Search colleges by any one of ten different factors to find the college that is best for you.
Explore available resources and talk to a SECO career coach to find a college or career school option that works for you.
This table illustrates the average total costs of attending an undergraduate institution for first-time, full-time students.
Your installation employment readiness specialist can meet with you face-to-face to discuss licensing and certification and determine whether obtaining credentials will help you advance in your chosen career path. He or she can also help research state regulations for your existing or new duty station.
Explore a comprehensive online graduate school database of thousands of accredited programs representing a wide variety of disciplines. Filter by subject areas, specific programs, degree levels and locations based on your interests. Receive a list of programs matching your qualifications.
Are you looking for a portable career, or are you interested in funding to help you earn or renew a certification or license in your current field? If eligible, the My Career Advancement Account Scholarship program can help you get the credentials you need to achieve your career goal.
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