After I graduated university in an unrelated field, I decided I want to learn a couple of math subjects. So I’ve gathered the interned resources I could find and I studied them on my own. I’ve been doing this in order to increase my chances of being accepted to a masters program that would require these as prerequisites.
But how am I to prove in my application that I’ve been learning these subjects through self study? If it were coding, I could have provided some github projects, but regarding mathematics I find it hard to find some meaningful way to attest that you’ve covered some area unless you’ve taken a university degree in that field.
I’m currently a High School student that is looking at my options after school. I plan on joining the workforce in an IT field, and eventually, want to work in software development/engineering.
I have been certain for a while that I would go and do a computer science bachelors, but I’m not 100% sure I can get the ATAR score to do so. The most important thing for me is the potential for salary growth, for example as a leader of a software development team.
An alternative for me is the completion of a Certificate 4 in Information Technology at opencolleges. I’m unsure of what is more valued in the Australian job market, particularly in regards to the worth of money and time.
I want to get Certification for Internet Research Specialist is there any best Institute for this type of certification?
Are there any online certification courses for Qualitative Internet research?
I know about some Association that are offering that kind of Certification
CIRS Certification has thus far the most comprehensive curriculum and a well rounded subject matter that fulfills the industry requirements. Another option is a course offered by CIW called CIW Internet Business Associate. There are some universities offering short courses on online search but most are structured for librarians.
Please give me some suggestion.
I want to get Certification for Online Research is there any Institute?
I’am curious about proving certification as a competent AR (augmented reality), VR (virtual reality), MR (mixed reality) developer. I’am aware that I can obtain Unity3D certification from their website, which is a game engine used to build VR/AR apps; however, is it worth just going for a nano-degree in VR from Udemy, or would I be fine obtaining certifications in the following technologies that compromise of VR/AR development?
i am new to artificial intelligence .since i had experience to know getting certificates is more useful than getting PhD in computer science for follow up my career, i wondered is there any famous Artificial intelligence certificates exist to grab while it is quit new technology?
does anybody know any international certification organisation where it is possible to get a certificate.
It should be recognisable by employers and online.
Assuming someone has a PhD, MD, CISSP, CPA, CFA, MS, etc. etc. What’s the proper way to order them after their name and is the comma needed after the last name? (i.e. Jane Smith, PhD, MD, etc. or John Smith MD, PhD, etc.)
I am interested in pursuing a couple of online courses and certifications but I am not sure if they will count towards my university credits or in getting a job. I found some courses from this article but i need to make sure that they will actually be beneficial for me. They also have mentioned a couple of online degrees from University of People. Does it count as an accredited degree worldwide?
I am working as an UI developer since last 2 years and i have good knowledge in java but no hands on experience. Now my total experience is 2.5 years and i am looking for big product companies in java domain.
Can anyone suggest me which ORACLE certification i should go for?