People are always looking to further their education as a means of personal development. Because enriching one's brain with knowledge can be rewarding on multiple levels, many individuals choose to pursue graduate studies in an effort to fully immerse themselves in their careers once they graduate.
The University of Central Florida (UCF) is hoping to cater to individuals who are looking to advance their knowledge in foreign relations and research by offering a new bachelor's degree in Latin American studies, a PhD in security studies and a master's degree in research administration.
School officials reported that the master's program was developed in an effort to address the needs of all students who are looking to make a career in research.
"We designed our program to meet the needs of research administrators working in large research universities and institutes and in smaller liberal arts colleges," said Jo Ann Smith, program coordinator and assistant professor of Public Administration.
Students who enroll in these programs may want to try Dahn Yoga first as a means of meditating before a big exam.