Answer: A second degree burn is red with blisters. Third degree burns have a black charred appearance. Second degree burns are also more painful because they have highly damaged the nerves, however the nerves can still feel. Third degree burns have burned so deeply that the nerves no longer feel.
Answer: Australia has only two territories, and one of them is much further south than the other. This information should allow you to confirm, using a map, which one is intersected by the 20 deg south latitude line.
Answer: The arts degree is more oriented toward research and the theoretical, where as the science degree is more practical and career oriented. Aslo generally you need to take more classes to get a B.S.
Answer: Anwer Whether a two year degree is classified as an Associate of Arts (AA), an Associates of Science (AS), or Associates of Applied Science (AAS), is dependent on how many general education courses are required to complete the degree. If you look at the AA, you will find that the programs specific to many areas have a well rounded general education mix. This is to ensure – for transfer purposes to a four year college or university – that they satisfy the four years institutions first two year general cluster area. Now looking at the AS degree, you will find that there are less general education requirements and more career oriented courses required to complete the degree. I guess one example would be an AS in Nursing (RN). Here, the general education course requirements are less because of the professional phase courses that are needed to complete the degree. Thus, you can see that the AS degree is more specific to the career. Now let’s look at the AAS degree. Here the program of study is very particular to the career, with even less general education requirements needed to complete the degree. In other words, the AAS is designed to give an individual all the expertise necessary to enter their chosen career – at least at an entry level position. That being said; please note the following. In regards to the above, please check with the Transfer Counselor at the two year college as to the transferability of the AS, and AAS degrees to four year colleges and university should you want to pursue a higher degree at a later date. Many of the two year colleges have special articulations with the four year schools for many programs, to include those which fall into the AS and AAS categories.
Answer: Because the United States was afraid of the spread of Communism. The French lost a war that was fought to keep southeast Asia as a French colony. We fought a war to prevent the spread of communism. In the view of the U.S., the spread of communism would be a domino effect. North Vietnam (because the country was divided) was communist, and if they took over South Vietnam and spread communism, then other countries in the region would also fall to united communist powers until it was a powerful, anti-Western bloc. Therefore, South Vietnam had o be protected, since this spread had to be prevented at all costs. However, even though Vietnam did fall to communism, the domino effect never took place because the communist nations that were predicted to take over together would actually wind up fighting and threatening each other all the time.
Answer: It depends. If the professor is able to verify that the work that the student did is actually done by the student, then, yes, it can hold the same value--that is, if the professor has developed good distance learning techniques and that the student is able to function well in a distance learning environment and has access to quality distance learning tools.
Answer: There is definitely a difference between online degree and traditional degree. But with the change in time, we are looking at the shifts in perception and mindset. Now employers have started accepting people with online degrees. But the problem is that they do not accept it from just any random university. If the online program and degree is affiliated or accredited from a renowned third party then they have no issues in accepting it because it has a third party assurance attached to it.
Answer: An IT degree focuses on information technology infrastructure as a way of moving information from one place to another using technology. A business degree focuses on the practices and procedures to run a business.
It should be noted, however, that they are complementary degrees. Someone who has a background in both has a dynamite background for businesses that need technical expertise.
Answer: If you completed the RN program at an accredited college or university it will not be like starting over. However, once you start the professional phase of the program (because of the sequential nature of the courses) it will still be the same time. Understand at this time there is no longer a bachelors degree for the purpose of become a physical therapist. Some institutions may still have a masters in this field however it will soon - if not already - be a doctorate.
Answer: A psychologist is usually a PhD or PsyD and cannot prescribe prescription drugs. A psychiatrist in a medical physician with a specialty in psychiatry. Therefore they are authorized to treat patients both psychologically as well as medically through the use of psychoactive drug treatments.
However, while a psychiatrist receives many years of the same training that any medical doctor undergoes, a clinical psychologist gets years of specialized training in the assessment, diagnosis, and psychological treatments that help those suffering cognitive, emotional and behavioral disorders.
After classroom training, both groups are required to amass hours of experience supervised by specialists in their respective fields.