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Good day everyone. I'm 2nd year college student and I'm planning to transfer to another school and shift to another course/major this 2nd semester. I'm currently taking Bachelor of Science in Psychology and I plan on shifting to Bachelor of Science in Management Accounting or Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering. To all of those Industrial-engineering and BSMA students, I'm asking for your thoughts and advice about this one. Do you think it's a good idea? Thank you in advance for those who will respond. Have a great day ahead!

I'm from Philippines. I'm planning to transfer in Batangas State University JLPC Malvar. I'm a fast learner but ofc this majors would still give me a headache. I badly need your advice guys😭. Additional question. Which one do you guys think has more job opportunities in the Philippines, Management Accounting or Industrial-engineering?

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How difficult is your life as a lawyer?

I am a newly graduate from high school. I have been accepted into community college for basic teachings for my gpa to increase. Then I plan to transfer somewhere to get my bachelors. I want to know how did you do in law school, and how it has effected your work. Do you ever feel threatened as a prosecutor?

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Kailey496 views

Why do college credit transfer and not degrees?

I am a freshman at a community college

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Nadia511 views

What are the most suitable majors for transitioning from engineering?

Suppose a person has completed the physics I-III sequence, the calculus I-III sequence, differential equations, probability and statistics, linear algebra, along with several engineering-specific credits. Which majors should they consider transitioning to where they have already met many of the required courses? Unfortunately, transitioning to one of the business majors is less feasible due to the amount of required courses & lack of overlap, and their IQ probably isn't high enough for a mathematics or physics major.

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How do you know what college to transfer to?

If I would like to transfer to a different college after community college should I pick only based on academics or should I consider the size of the campus and other aspects aswell.

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Paula441 views

How do business majors work?

I am currently a graphic design student at Mt. San Antonio College planning to transfer to a four year university in the fall of 2025. However, I realized that I want to switch my major to business since I heard it is one of the best majors to do. I still feel unsure what I want to do in my future

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Can I get an associate's in psychology and transfer to a four-year university to receive a bachelor's degree?

I'm planning on attending community college for 2 years and doing another 2 years at university. I'm hoping I can get an associate's degree in psychology while at community college and then transfer to a university. Can I get an associate's in psychology and transfer to a four-year university to receive a bachelor's degree?

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College Credit Transfer?

Hi, I plan on taking college classes my senior year of High school. I plan on doing these both semesters. Will they transfer to colleges. If so, How do I transfer them?

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If you were a transfer student (community college to a 4-year university), what was your experience like?

This is part of our professionals series where we ask professionals what they think students should know

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Hi I'm planning to shift course but I only got into a ladderized course (Diploma in Industrial Facilities Technology) and planning to get a BS Customs Ad, Is it possible for me to shift course from Ladderized to BS?

Hi I'm planning to shift course but I only got into a ladderized course (Diploma in Industrial Facilities Technology) and planning to get a BS Customs Ad, Is it possible for me to shift course from Ladderized to BS?

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Kelly832 views

What are the disadvantages of transferring into a 4 year university from a 2 year?

#college #college-transfer

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I need to know which classes can assist me in as a History Ed Major.

I am transferring from a community college to a four year college. I have completed an Associates Degree so I have my general education prerequisites completed. Upon transferring to a four year college next year, I am not able to transfer into the History Education Department until I take one semester at their college and obtain a 2.8gpa. Until then, I am wondering what classes would probably enhance my ultimate goal of completing my Hist Ed degree. #college-transfer #history #education #history-education #classes #courses

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I have recently changed my major to Public Relations and begin the program in this upcoming fall. As a transfer student what are some tips you recommend for students entering into the College of Journalism and Communications?

#public-relations #college-transfer #journalism

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Do transfer studnets adjust to their new college well?

I will being going to my local community college and then hopefully to an four year school out-of-state but I am worried about how I will able to adjust. If anyone has had experience with transferring some advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! #college-transfer #transfer #twoyearcollege #fouryearcollege #college-advice

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Best way to prepare for the transition for a 2 year to a 4 year institution?

I am going to be transferring to a university this fall and am afraid I'm not going to know what to do and how to juggle my classes. The past 2 years I haven't had to study very hard and my schedules weren't difficult. #college-transfer #agriculture

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What are the chances of getting a degree in one thing at one school, and majoring at something completely different at another school?

I really want to be a computer animator but can't exactly afford the money to pay for a prestigious art school. My second interest is psychology, and I was wondering if I got a degree in psychology, how easy it would be to get accepted and graduate with a computer animation degree from the art school, since I could then support myself with a job in psychology? #college-transfer #artscollege #psychology

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What is it like to transfer to a school out of state?

I went to Middlesex Community College in New Jersey for my first two years of college and I will be transferring out of state to St. John's University in the fall. I've lived at home my whole life and this will be my first time away from my family and I am curious to know how it will be. #college-transfer #college #college-advice

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Can you change your major after you transfer to a four-year institution?

I am transferring to a four-year institution this Fall 2018, and I would like to know if I can change my major from one science to another if needed or if I desire. #transfer #college-transfer #college-major #college-advice #college

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If I were to work on my prerequisites at a local public university for two years and then transfer too a public university out of state, is it worth it?

I have never really wanted to go to a local college because its too close to home and I love to travel. I only chose it because it was cheaper than any others and my parents are not helping me pay for college. Would it be worth it to switch colleges after two years or should I just stay with the college I am at? #college-transfer #college #community-college

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Should I transfer schools? [College transfer]

Hello CareerVillage community! I'm currently a college student in my second year. I'm about to complete my fourth semester at my public school, where I'm pursuing a BFA in Studio Art, concentration in Graphic Design. I just declared my major as Graphic Design, but the program that I am in is lacking in many, many ways. It's not rigorous enough for me, and I feel like it's not challenging enough for me. My university is definitely not known for this major. I did want to transfer out in my first year, and planned on transferring out after making a portfolio, but I stayed for the friends I made and the communities I became a part of. But with the major that I'm in, it's a bit of a tricky situation. Should I be looking to transfer to more professional art schools? I do feel confident enough in my ability, but I have no portfolio. It's too late to make one, and I don't have time to apply as a junior transfer. It's a bit of a pickle. I know it's late, but I really didn't want to leave my school right now, but after spending a semester in upper-level Graphic Design courses, I'm seeing how awful the program is. Should I stick to my college right now, in a very lacking BFA program, or attempt to transfer to a more expensive school and wait a year to apply? I'm conflicted. Thank you in advance! tags: #art #graphic-design #college-transfer #art-school #fine-art #transfer

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Wanda857 views

#college-transfer, How can I make it more enjoyable and smoothly for myself to transfer to another school?

#college-transfer It is so a dainty task to transfer from one school to another with all the paperwork involved. Schools should make it easier for students to do so. They always make the transfer students feel like freshmen right out of high school instead of professional students with experience!

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Ayanna643 views

What is the best way to find the perfect college after a two year college program.

Finding the perfect college or university, and finding a interesting place to progress a career is the difficult thing after graduating from a two-year program. Not knowing how to find a career because you cannot find the perfect college is a very hard thing to think about, so how would you go about finding a college to finish your major. #college-transfer

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How might I go about attending a foreign institution?

Over the summer, I spent time with a French family in a foreign exchange program. The mother of the family highly encouraged me to attend a French university or college due to cheaper tuition and housing options, but I wasn't sure where to even begin applying so I pushed it to the back burner. Now that I've applied to several American schools, I was wondering how, if it would even be possible, to keep the door open for transferring to a school in Europe and what advantages this might have. Especially if graduate school is about to become unattainable for the lower/middle class in the United States, would it be possible to complete my undergrad here and then study abroad for a Masters? #university-abroad #college-transfer #graduate-school

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How can I have an easy transition from a community college to a 4-year university?

I plan on transferring to an undecided four year University and am scared that the transition will be tough on me. Is there any way I can ensure that I will be able to thrive in and enjoy my new environment? #communitycollege #transfer #college-transfer #transition #social #mental-health #budgeting

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Aaron1099 views

Should I go to a safety school for now (financial safety/school safety), and then transfer after 2 or 4 years?

I want to complete my general education/major requirements, so is going to a safety and relatively cheap school advisable? Thanks! #college-transfer #college #college-admissions

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Is it a good idea to change college for junior and senior year?

I have an opportunity to work in my field if I am willing to transfer to another school 5 hours away from where I am now. #political-science #college #college-transfer #transfer

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Rebecca726 views

Should I transfer from a private university to a public one?

Right now I'm at a private university, and it's so ridiculously expensive. I love my school, I do, but is it really worth it to be in so much debt? Should I just try to transfer to a bigger, public university where I wouldn't be having to pay so much? #money #college-transfer #college #financial-planning #financial-aid #student-debt

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Liam691 views

Why do so many of my high level peers go straight to a 4-year university?

I’m in many high level classes with a high GPA and I feel a pressure to jump on the bandwagon to a university. But is it worth that? I am thinking about going to my local college and then transferring to a university, but is that a waste of my talents? #university #college #college-transfer #college-advice

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Organizations

When transferring, do colleges and universities look favorably when you belong to multiple organizations or clubs or it is less important for a transfer student. #college-transfer #college-admissions #college #student-activities

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Which universities have good business programs in Canada?

I am looking to transfer to another university.#college-transfer #business #college #canada-university #college-selection

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