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An Online Master’s Degree For Only $7,000

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The online master’s degree business is booming big time. Graduating students are looking for that additional push to get an MBA to try and secure that top spot at a worthwhile company. Top colleges are willing to give you a masters degree – for a hefty price tag.

Georgia Tech is doing things a little bit different, charging only $510 for a three credit class. You can get a master’s in computer science from an accredited, top ranked school like Georgia Tech for about only $7,000. Why would anyone even go to a four-year college anymore? Why would you go to Syracuse and pay over $50k?

The online program at Georgia Tech enrolls about 4,000 students which are mostly Americans, whereas on-campus students average about 300 students or so and are mostly from other countries.

For more information on this emerging program, explore the master’s program at Georgia Tech.



Jeff Foxwothy’s Education Background

Jeffrey Marshall “Jeff” Foxworthy was born on September 6, 1958 in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the son of Jimmy Abstance and Carole Linda Foxworthy. Foxworthy attended Hapeville High School. He went on to attend Georgia Tech in Atlanta, but did not graduate. Foxworthy spent five years working at IMB, where his father worked, in mainframe computer maintenance.

In 1984 Foxworthy entered and won the Great Southeastern Laugh-Off at Atlanta’s Punchline Comedy Club. That was the springboard to launch Foxworthy’s extensive comedy career. As a stand-up comedian, Foxworthy was well received. He became known for his “you might be a redneck…” one-liners. Foxworthy published his first book titled, You might Be a Redneck If…, in 1989. In 1990 Foxworthy received the award for “Best Stand-Up Comic” at the American Comedy Awards. By 1993 he released his first comedy album. You Might Be a Redneck If… sold over three million copies and turned the catchphrase into a fad.

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College Football Week #2 Recap

footballWith the second week of college football in the books, the BCS picture already seems to be forming, as Ohio State and Alabama have emerged as the clear favorites at this point. But did they make the list of the three biggest story lines of the weekend?

1. Better late than never. It took Virginia Tech a week longer than they wanted, but the Hokies may have destroyed Boise State‘s National Title hopes. With a 21-16 defeat at the hands of D-IAA James Madison, Virginia Tech not only dashed their crystal ball hopes, but took the Broncos’ with them. Now, Boise’s best regular-season victory in years looks, well, not so special. The Broncos stayed at #3 in the coaches’ poll, but the distance between them and #2 Ohio State grew.

2. The weekend was pretty much a disaster for the ACC as a whole. Their marquee programs were taken out one by one, and right now, the conference looks wide open. Read the rest of this entry »



2010 NBA Draft Roundup: Kentucky Steals the Show

The NBA Draft took place in New York last night, and the first overall pick, John Wall of Kentucky, set a tone for the first round. Every time you looked up, there was another Wildcat walking up to the podium.john-wall-washington-wizards

After Wall went at #1 to the Washington Wizards, fellow freshman DeMarcus Cousins went to the Sacramento Kings at #5, junior Patrick Patterson went to Houston at #14, freshman Eric Bledsoe went to the Thunder at #18 and freshman Daniel Orton went 29th to the Magic giving Kentucky an astounding five first-round selections.

It was reminiscent of the 2005 draft, when four North Carolina Tar Heels were selected in the first 14 picks.

When I think about the group of Kentucky players, a thought creeps into my head: has the class designation lost all meaning in D-I college basketball? Read the rest of this entry »





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