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Information about SUNY Buffalo soil science, registering in a technical degree program to develop job skills, and taking free practice tests online. Which degrees will give you the best chances of landing a job after you graduate? Some students select a major because it teaches them practical skills that are valuable in the workplace. Other students choose their major because they love the subject. Concentration in a scientific field entails a lot of study, but the rewards are equally impressive. Job satisfaction, higher salary, and employment security are excellent incentives. The most popular college major is business, split equally between men and women. On the other hand, men make up the majority of computer science and engineering majors. For women, education, English and liberal arts dominate the list.

You don't have to be enrolled in a degree program to sign up for online courses. Colleges that are offering online courses may use focused, group activities as part of their broader online learning program, incorporating the real-time presence of an instructor. Online education can open up the opportunity to take difficult courses that won't show up on your transcript, if you so choose. Alternatively, you can complete additional credits for a grade.

Doing business online is a great option to supplement your income while still a student. By registering a domain name, pointing the name servers to your hosting company, then building an active website via a WordPress template, you're in the game. Similar to magazine page layout, website design success is governed by two factors, visitor traffic and online sales conversions.

Online Courses - MOOCs

SUNY Buffalo pagenameThere are over 6,500 accredited colleges and universities in the United States, which collectively enroll over 15 million students, granting two million bachelors degrees a year. Pursue your career interests, not high-paying starting salaries, and your overall job earnings will reflect the enthusiasm that you bring to your work, increasing over time as you gain business experience. If you focus your prospective degree choice on salary alone, there is the risk that you may suffer early signs of burnout, and be forced to change careers.

Technical training programs are a low-cost alternative to attending college, and you might end up earning a lot of money as a highly-skilled, technical consultant, or by starting your own small business. Massive Open Online Courses are known as MOOCs, and offer a variety of learning platforms, utilizing cloud-based software and Google apps.

An online degree may be just as marketable as a college degree earned on campus. Udemy online learning, a site which allows anyone to build (or take) online courses, is a new startup with backing from the founders of Groupon. Khan Academy now offers over 3,900 micro-lectures available via YouTube. Coursera, another online-learning software platform, has millions of enrolled students around the world. Through MIT Open Courseware online classes, educators can improve development of their curricula, making their instruction more effective.

Online Tests - Free Practice!

This section offers practice tests in a variety of academic subject areas. Each of the following multiple-choice tests has 10 questions to work on. No sign-up required, just straight to the test.
Business Tests

Nursing Tests

English Tests
Engineering Tests

Other colleges near Buffalo, New York:

Take a few moments to browse other colleges and universities near Buffalo. It's a good idea to compare all schools in the area, as well as consider taking some of your classes online, to save on tuition fees. By continuing your education, you can improve your salary prospects or train for a more interesting position. According to the Occupational Outlook Quarterly, from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, college graduates are twice as likely to find employment as those without a college degree in today's competitive job market. Further, it may be possible to receive degree credit via Advanced Placement exams, as well as through honors classes that you've taken.

Financial aid deadlines are typically scheduled well in advance of regular admission dates, so be sure to apply early. You may request free information from several different schools below, without making a commitment.

College GuidePhoneIn-state TuitionOut-of-state TuitionStudent Body SizeRequest Info
Villa Maria College
    Buffalo, NY
(716) 896-0700 $$$ $$$ small Program Info
National Tractor Trailer School Buffalo
    Buffalo, NY
(716) 849-6887 $$ $$ very small Program Info
University at Buffalo
    Buffalo, NY
(716) 645-2000 $$ $$$ very large Program Info
Canisius College
    Buffalo, NY
(716) 883-7000$$$$$$$$ large Program Info
Erie Community College
    Buffalo, NY
(716) 842-2770 $ (low) $$ very large Program Info
Medaille College
    Buffalo, NY
(716) 880-2000$$$$$$$$ medium Program Info
DYouville College
    Buffalo, NY
(716) 829-8000$$$$$$$$ medium Program Info
Trocaire College
    Buffalo, NY
(716) 826-1200 $$$ $$$ small Program Info
Monroe College
    Bronx, NY
(718) 933-6700 $$$ $$$ large Program Info
Jamestown Community College
    Jamestown, NY
(716) 338-1000 $ (low) $$ medium Program Info
NY College of Health Professions
    Syosset, NY
(516) 364-0808 $$$ $$$ small Program Info
Cazenovia College
    Cazenovia, NY
(800) 654-3210$$$$$$$$ small Program Info
Bank Street College of Education
    New York, NY
(212) 875-4400 $ (low) $ (low) small Program Info
School of Visual Arts
    New York, NY
(212) 592-2000$$$$$$$$ large Program Info
Sarah Lawrence College
    Bronxville, NY
(914) 337-0700$$$$$$$$ medium Program Info
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
    New York, NY
(212) 237-8000 $ (low) $$$ very large Program Info
SUNY College of Agriculture
    Cobleskill, NY
(518) 255-5525 $$ $$$ medium Program Info
Alfred University
    Alfred, NY
(607) 871-2111$$$$$$$$ medium Program Info


Engineering Testing and Certification

The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam, also referred to as the Engineer in Training (EIT) exam, is the first of two examinations that engineers must pass in order to be licensed as a Professional Engineer in the United States. The exam is open to anyone with a degree in engineering, or who is currently enrolled in the last year of an ABET-accredited engineering degree program. The exam is eight hours long altogether, split into two four-hour sessions. The morning session is a 120-question test, while the afternoon session consists of 60 questions and covers more depth. Topics include:

Probability and Statistics
Mechanical Engineering
Electronics Engineering
Material Properties
Fluid Mechanics
Electricity and Magnetism
Thermodynamics
Biochemistry

Results are mailed approximately 2 months after the test date, and students who pass are designated Engineer In Training or Engineer Intern, depending on each state's engineering license board. After completing an 4-year apprenticeship, an EIT qualifies to take the Professional Engineer (PE) exam, for certification. For study purposes, an engineering testing handbook may be downloaded from the NCEES website, the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying. Advanced Placement exams are offered in a variety of physical sciences, offering you college credit for honors-level classes that you have taken while still in high school. Test your skills with free practice exams, before visiting the College Board website to register to take your actual AP Tests. If you earn a score of 3 or higher on an AP Exam, you may be able to receive course credits, or advanced placement, when you start college. You must request that the College Board send your official AP score report to the colleges of your choice, either at the time of testing or afterwards, through a score report request.

Nursing & Medical Job Listings

Earning a CNA degree (Certified Nursing Assistant) is the first step towards becoming a fully-qualified nurse. Most CNA programs can be completed within a few months, allowing you to join the workforce quickly. The next step in a nursing career is to become a LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) or LVN ( Licensed Vocational Nurse). These are year-long programs, in which you'll work under an RN distributing meds, treating wounds, and providing basic patient care.
Nursing & Medical Careers
Each link lists current openings:
Starting Salary
(up to)
10 Year Salary
(up to)
Chiropractors$67,760$91,070
Clinical Psychologists$66,110$92,730
Dentists$68,850$115,040
EMT, Paramedics$36,390$65,280
Occupational Therapists$66,010$87,330
Opticians$42,220$69,630
Pharmacists$65,950$80,450
Physical Therapists$58,050$94,810
Physicians$92,220$182,220
Psychologists$50,360$87,840
Registered Nurses (RN)$49,730$83,440
Rehabilitation$49,350$72,940
Respiratory Therapists$68,610$94,190
Surgeons$104,150$184,150
Therapists$45,070$72,640
Veterinarians$81,490$133,150

            Source: Indeed.com
In order to become an RN (Registered Nurse), a bachelors degree in nursing is recommended. RN's command a greater salary, and are responsible for an enlarged scope of practice over LPNs and CNAs. Students will receive classroom instruction and clinical training in a hospital setting. A 4-year BSN program allows students to further specialize in the areas of pediatrics, geriatrics and mental health. After completing your nursing education, you must be licensed by the state in which you'll be practicing, given that state boards of nursing each have specific certification requirements.




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1300 Elmwood Ave
Buffalo, NY 14222

Phone: (716) 878-4000
Fax: (631) 451-4672



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SUNY Buffalo
1300 Elmwood Ave
Buffalo, NY 14222

Phone: (716) 878-4000
Fax: (631) 451-4672
Fill out the form to request SUNY Buffalo course info.
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Skilled Careers
Current openings:
Starting Salary
(up to)
Accountants$60,670
Advertising$51,350
Architects$69,760
Computer Programmers$75,500
Financial Analysts$71,240
Graphic Designers$49,400
Economists$63,500
Film & Video Editors$58,100
Journalists$44,520
Lawyers$57,200
Photographers$31,830
Psychologists$50,360
Public Relations$40,670
Registered Nurses (RN)$49,730
Stock Brokers$60,190
Website Designers$42,640
            Source: Indeed.com













 
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