CSU Global alumnus Richard Berger’s story is one that is all too familiar: He was a dedicated, hardworking employee until he was unceremoniously laid off in his late 40s. He found himself competing with people half his age for lower-paying jobs simply because he lacked a degree.
Watching my middle-school-aged children switch from in-person to remote learning early during the COVID-19 pandemic inspired me to resume the master’s degree I set aside when I changed jobs more than a year ago. Little did I know that having all of us attend school online presented opportunities to cultivate some life lessons along the …
Teague said that the coursework provided him with a greater understanding of and appreciation for the intricacies of human dynamics in organizations.
The aim of the CSU Spur campus—and CSU System at large—is to create programming that makes a lasting, positive impact on our communities and the world.
If you ever consider fudging some numbers on an insurance claim—think again. Insurance companies have entire teams of highly trained professionals whose sole job is to identify fraud.