Career questions tagged college-majorDuring their college education, students must declare a major or a focus area of study. Choosing a college major can be difficult if you are unsure about what you are passionate in. It is common for students to change their majors more than once throughout the... Read more Show less
If I'm Certain of a College Major and Career path should I ask professionals who studied the major or work in the Career path I'm interested in questions about what it's like and what I need to do to get there?
I'm a Sophomore Student in High-School I'm interested in Biomedical Engineering I'm starting to look at College that suit my needs and major
As a high school student, how do I know if computer science is the right college major for me?
I'm a 16 year old rising high school senior, and I've been learning how to code in my free time for the past year or so. I've decided that I want to study computer science in college, but I'm still not entirely sure about my decision.
Greetings friends. My name is Busani. I'm intending to do a Master's degree in order to further up my knowledge. But I'm stuck between three options: 1) M.Bs Administration 2) M.Sc in Project Management 3) M.Sc in Marketing. I studied B.Sc in Tourism & Hospitality Management as my 1st degree. Which one amongst these 3 would you recommend most?
Inquiring for advices regarding which Master's program to choose.
How can I start getting internships since I just decided a major?
What do you recommend for a junior student studying business admin, operations and supply chain management that just decided their major looking to get internships such as non profit consulting and management consulting?
What are some extracurriculars I could do that is stem/medicine based?
I’ve had a lot of ideas on what Extracurriculars I want to do but they just seem too much for me to accomplish as a 16 year old. Some ideas I had was formulating an eco friendly sunscreen using chemistry principals but I would assume you need to have a degree in chemistry. Another idea was creating a skin cancer detecting app, or starting a program by going around to different schools, and/or community centers providing information on skin cancer and hosting events with the help of volunteers from my school. Honestly this all just seems really complicated for me to do especially without a mentor. I plan to start volunteering at a kidney center next month and get a part time job on the weekends. At the moment I am applying to stem/medicine based internships. I need some advice. I am 16 and in 10th grade. I plan to major in chemistry and I aspire to be a dermatologist.
Can I work in corporate as a psychology-neuroscience graduate?
What are the possibilities of working in a corporate job with a bachelor's degree in Psychology and Neuroscience (double-major)? As far as i've seen, all of the job opportunities in this field take place in laboratories, research centers or educational institutions.
Do you think it is worth doing the IB program to get into a top 20 school?
I selected my classes for next year and chose to do the IB program. I am starting to regret that choice. I would rather do partial IB. Do you think It’ll look bad if I drop out of the IB program to do partial IB? My goal is to get into a top 20 school. Also my school is an IB school so they do not offer AP classes. I am currently in 10th grade.
If I'm certain about a career path when should I start looking at schools that offer the major that ties into the career?
I'm a high school student very interested in Biomedical Engineering and I don't know when I should start looking at schools that provide the major for Biomedical Engineers.
What do I do when I get there?
Hi I'm Khylah and I'm in 11th grade I'm planning on doing running start and I'm super scared if I'm being honest I don't know my path or where i should go I already have a dream college so I just need help on what classes i can take?
I want to pursue a career WAYYYY out of the scope of my college major. (Dance to Cybersecurity) What sort of work or opportunities should I look for?
I have reached a point where I'm about to graduate from college and I have found the need to make a very hard and fast pivot out of the dance industry. I've always had a knack for computers and tech tinkering. I recently stumbled across Cybersecurity and got my CompTIA Security+ certification. What else should I do? Apply for experience? Go to grad school? Just a little stuck looking for suggestions.
What skills are necessary for your job?
I am a sophmore in high school and looking at going into zoology or being in some type of therapy. I want to try to and figure out my major before making applications next year and curious what skills I would need for either of those jobs.
Does it matter if I go to a private or public college?
I'm in 10th grade and I am looking at different colleges that I might be interested in. I am not sure what type of college I will choose but I am wondering if it matters what type of college I choose for my career of choice.
Is law school hard? What do I major in to become a good lawyer?
Hello! What is the best major/s to choose for an aspiring lawyer. Is law school hard? I'm a freshmen in college and feel lost a little... I would love to become a lawyer but I heard it's difficult. I also don't know where to start because I'm switching my major and realized that the only passion I somewhat have is something in law/forensics/etc. I also don't want to obtain a degree in a useless major or in something where the pay is bad. I don't know. I could use some advice.
What's the best college plan to get into a management field?
Say I want to get a management position in the Software Development field. Should I get a bachelor's degree in Computer Science first, and then get an MBA? Should I do this while working/internship or focus on just getting the MBA?
As a high school student, how do I know if a finance is the right college major for me?
I'm a 17 year old rising high school senior, and I've been learning basics about taking spending and investments in my free time for the past year or so. I've decided that I want to study finance in college, but I'm still not entirely sure about my decision. #finance #University #College