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In college, I majored in sociology and Spanish. After teaching English as a second language and two years as a college access counselor, I've realized I want to do a MAT or MEd to become a high school English teacher. However, I need much more content knowledge because I didn't major in English--are there MAT or MEd programs that would allow me to complete my content-area coursework as well as the ed-focused coursework once admitted to the program? I would like to apply for Fall 2018 and am concerned that I won't accepted to any programs because of my lack of English background. SOS! I did a Fulbright Fellowship and have 3.7 undergrad GPA (competitive liberal arts school).
One of my mentors informed me that all I needed was a Bachelors Degree to work in schools (they only have it labeled as SLP but min requirement is bachelor's), similar to a SLPA job. Any fellow Idahoans out there that have been through this process or are considering this? I'm curious to know how it works and what it's like. Thanks for the help
There are other exciting and lucrative options available for med students, nurses, pharmacists, and most with a life sciences background! Sollers institute helps train individuals who are unable to get residency and guides them towards rewarding careers in the health care industry. If you have a life sciences or related background and would like to enter into a high in demand healthcare field, where career growth is possible, then either Pharmacovigilance or Clinical Research is right for you! Professionals working with backgrounds in medicine, pharmacy, nursing, life sciences, and health sciences will benefit the most from these programs. Study in class or attend sessions live online for approximately 20 hours a week for 15 weeks. Sollers is an accredited institute by the Council on Occupational Education. Placement rates are above 70% and some of the organizations Sollers graduates have been placed in include: Pfizer, Novartis, Sanofi, Baxter, Boehringer Ingelheim, Astra Zeneca, Celerion, Columbia University Medical Center, and many more! What gives Sollers the edge is hands on training with software's like Oracle and Argus. Sollers is the only place globally which gives its students the access to train with Argus. We are also partners with Oracle University. Medical graduates and Foreign medical graduates can leverage their medical backgrounds by working in drug safety roles with pharmaceuticals and CROs. Clinical skills and training as a physician can be applied in the field of clinical research and pharmacovigilance and drug safety. Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety Who hires drug safety associates? -Pharmaceutical Companies. -Contract Research Organizations (CROs) -Biotech companies. -Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPOs) such as Accenture, Cognizant technologies, iGATE etc. -Regulatory Authorities such as FDA & CDSCO What are the popular career paths for foreign medical graduates? 1) Drug Safety Specialist/ Drug Safety Physician 2) Risk Management Specialist 3) Drug Regulatory Affairs Specialist 4) Medical Director Why Do This Program? 1) Pharmacovigilance (Drug Safety) is a market expected to reach USD 5.51 billion by 2020. There is a huge demand for trained professionals in the field! Which is why entry level positions are paying generously. Some of our previous student have entered into the field making 70-100 k right away and have also seen career and pay growth in their careers. 2) With more and more novel drugs being produced with large market sizes, an increasing number of expertly trained professionals are required to monitor these drugs and report adverse activities to meet international compliance and regulatory guidelines. Sollers programs meet those high demands! Clinical Research 1. Why do this Program? • Clinical Research is ranked as one of the hottest jobs with the second highest salary in the life sciences sector • Increasing chronic diseases and a fast-ageing population globally has resulted not only in higher investment into registered clinical trials by pharma companies, but also increasing demand for trained professionals 2. Who is this program suitable for? • Anybody with a minimum undergraduate degree in life-sciences or related fields, who is looking for exciting career and growth in healthcare industry. REFERENCES: 1.Yau, Promising Futures for Scientific and Clinical Research Professionals, 2014 2.https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/resources/trends 3.http://www.biospace.com/News/the-highest-paying-life-sciences-jobs/415366?type=email&source=CI_042116 Why choose Sollers? -Nationally accredited institute(accredited by COE) -Hands on training on tools like Oracle Argus, Oracle Clinical, SAS, Oracle Empirika. -Faculty includes highly experienced industry practitioners -Certified course material provided for training -Assistance for placements Sollers has a dedicated career services team which will assist you in: 1) Resume reconstruction 2) Mock interview preparation 3) Applying for suitable position Our programs are designed to meet the need of the industry and we would like to help you in bringing a perspective to: i) Your career goals ii) Skills required to achieve your goals iii) How we can help you in achieving your goals We are offering you: - Advanced Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance(300 hours) - Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance(150 hours) - Advanced Clinical Research (150 hours) - Clinical Trial Management (300 hours) For more in depth information and inquiries please call or email 331-999-0061 or email@example.com Jasmine S. firstname.lastname@example.org 331-999-0061 sollers.edu SOLLERS 848-299-5900 100 Menlo Park, Suite 550 Edison, NJ 08837
I'm about to finish my bachelors in speech and hearing science (concentration in slp) at the University of Illinois. I decided to take a gap year instead of going straight to grad school for slp and wanted to get licensed to be an SLPA so i could work as one during my gap year. I just read somewhere that in Illinois you can only get certified as an SLPA if you complete an associates degree program with the certification. That makes no sense to me. If I have a bachelor's degree, I feel like I should be able to obtain certification and work as an assistant. Does anyone have any knowledge on this situation? Help me!