Great share friends. I feel that the person taking your interview, can judge you based on various factors like your university, college, degree you got. after that he/she will analysis you based on your skills and performance in interview.
No doubt, accredited colleges are highly impact-able and the reputation is also a important factor. I must say if you looking for any course you have to find out some good college. you have to collect complete information about college, their degree and other important details which can impact your degree. Their are some good career options in-fact some new areas, which getting students attraction like ultrasound and sonography. you can find some good job option after earning these degrees. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), sonogram technicians working for colleges, universities and 'professional schools' earned the highest median income of the diagnostic sonography field at an annual salary of $64,760. However, only 590 career options at such institutions exist within the U.S. By contrast, the next-highest paying career option in physician's offices--with a median salary of $62,870--provides options for over 12,000 sonogram technicians.
You can also start your career in sonography and ultrasound industry. find some good college list and request free information at SonographySchoolsU.com and UltrasoundSchoolsU.com