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Health and Medical Degrees
A degree in nursing or healthcare can lead to many opportunities for enlisted Navy personnel. Enlisted military can use this degree to advance in ranks, apply to one of the various * enlisted to officer programs or prepare for future employment when they transition out of the Navy.
Rates that enlisted Sailor would benefit most from a nursing degrees the include Hospital Corpsman but this does not preclude other rates that have an interest in getting into an education in the health field.
There is a strong demand in the civilian sector for nurses, physician assistants and healthcare workers in general so military personnel interested in this field should see career opportunities grow for the foreseeable future.
* Please ensure you check the requirements if you are going for one of the enlisted to officer programs.
• Business Administration & MBA Degrees Online
A degree in business administration covers many occupations and industries, in fact most medium to large companies employ personnel with business degrees to operate, administer and conduct business.
This degree has many core concentrations such as accounting, economics, financial management, human resource management, management information systems, marketing, operations management organizational behavior and quantitative techniques. These concentrations allow the student to gain knowledge in the administration functions of specific industries or offices within a business or industry.
An example of enlisted Navy personnel who could benefit from this degree include but is not limited to Aviation Maintenance Administrationman, Logistics Specialist, Mass Communication Specialist, Navy Counselor, Personnel Specialist and Yeoman.
This program also could assist those thinking about the officer to enlisted program which compliments any NECs obtained. This program is also an excellent choice for those going up for Chief and for those who are retiring. Most accredited schools accept the Montgomery G.I. Bill for this area of studies.
Science and Engineering
Science and Engineering
Criminal Justice & Paralegal Law Degrees
Criminal Justice Degree
A degree in criminal justice can help you start a career in areas of law enforcement such as police officer, detective, crime scene investigator, bailiff, and many other jobs in public safety, homeland security, and law and order. Master-At-Arms is most closely related to the criminal justice field but just about anyone who aspires to work in law enforcement can benefit from this career degree.
Some positions require the use of firearms and may have physical standards that the applicant must meet. Also background checks are used to help screen applicants for many positions, especially where social control and deterring crime are concerned.
Before using your Montgomery G.I. Bill benefits for a degree in criminal justice, you may want to ensure you qualify for any of those positions that you aspire for if qualifications are needed.
Paralegal Law Degree
With a degree in paralegal law, one can work in legal fields such as criminal law, immigration environmental and many other industries that require the expertise of a paralegal specialist. In the Navy, Legalman is nearly identical to this occupation and both assist lawyers with legal work. Also, they cannot practice law or offer legal services.
While paralegals cannot practice law, some use this occupation as a springboard to become a lawyer. With the complexities of law though, many paralegals are content in their chosen field. Many also choose to specialize in certain fields such as government or international law among the many specialties.
If you are interested in law and like to assist lawyers in preparation of legal proceedings this may be the program for you. Whether you decide to generalize or specialize, this career has many opportunities for those willing to learn and work hard.