PRESS RELEASE – Wednesday, December 21, 2011 CGST SIGNS COOPERATION AGREEMENT President of CGST, Dr. Las Newman (2nd left), and Rev. Hugh Elliston (right) signing MOA. Looking on are Dr. John Keane (left), Dr. Alfred Sangster (centre), and Rev. Florizel Allen (standing) The CARIBBEAN GRADUATE SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY (CGST) today signed a Memorandum of Agreement with … Continue reading
-What’s the difference between a British vs. American philosophy of education?
In Britain, they have a pre-professional mentality. Thus, grad degrees are considered bad, because you should’ve learned your trade as an undergrad. If you are doing a grad degree, it means you did poorly as an undergrad.
In America, it’s just the opposite. The more degrees, the better. That’s because we have a concept of “liberal arts” as undergrads—you can study anything, and do anything else later on in life; your major has no necessary correlation with your future job. So it’s almost like Americans have to go on to grad school in order to learn their trade. Continue reading
Master’s Degrees Programs Graduate education is the term used in the United States for studies undertaken after the award of a bachelor’s degree. It corresponds to what is called post-graduate or advanced education in some other systems. Education at this level in the United States can be of two types: (1) professional studies that require … Continue reading
Theology Studies Degree Program &Information Students enrolled in an undergraduate theology studies program will gain a thorough understanding of the Bible, Christian doctrine, Holy Scriptures, and a host of other general subjects. Completion of an undergraduate degree program in theology studies qualifies graduates for various vocations within the church, such as ministers and associate pastors. … Continue reading
This info from Yorker International University. HONORARY DOCTORATE:The Honorary doctorate degree Historical origins The practice dates back to the middle ages, when for various reasons a university might be persuaded, or otherwise see fit, to grant exemption from some or all of the usual statutory requirements for award of a degree. The first recorded honorary degree was … Continue reading
St.George’s Grenada 18th Aug 2009–Former election National Democratic Congress (NDC) candidate Ingrid Jackson has described her latest academic achievement as “another milestone in God’s purpose’’ to be fulfilled in her life. Jackson ran and lost to incumbent Dr. Keith Mitchell in the St. George North-West constituency in the 2008 general election. She was able to … Continue reading