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Have you given serious thought to pursuing a graduate degree. Most safety professionals find that returning to campus for graduate studies is a big challenge due to cost and scheduling difficulties. In recent years, however, many professionals and recent bachelor’s graduates are opting for flexible online master’s degree programs from some of the country’s best-known universities, including Columbia University, UCLA and Ohio State University, among many others. If are thinking of returning to school for a graduate degree, Reviews.com can be a resource that can help you search for a quality program.
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