Career Questions tagged College
I have a college interview coming up and was told to prepare questions. What are unique ideas of things I could ask, mostly pertaining to UCLA's music industry major? Also, do you have interview tips?
I´m currently ending my bachelor´s degree on Agronomy, but also I love microbiology. For the past last two years I started been an assistant for a phytopathologist and it has been the greatest time. I want to know with academic path do I need to do to become a plant pathologist and to know if...
What universities or colleges should I look into/research as someone looking to go software engineering/AI?
I know that I want to have a career as a software engineer or a career that has something to do with AI (although I'm not sure what). Are there any colleges that specialize in this that aren't as well known? Or colleges that you all recommend? Saying this because I recently discovered RIT...
I know it's normal to switch majors in colleges more than once but I want to find something I love so I don't have to switch multiple times
I have done my college applications and don't know which line of work or which major I would like. I know that there is an undecided category, but I was wondering whether different majors would get me better chances of getting into a good college.
I try to get a good scholarship to help my family in the future because I don't want them carry about me
I've heard that college is a time for hard work but great fun. What is your personal experience with this?
Should you go straight into college if you're not completely sure what to major in, or should you take some time away from school?
When should one prepare and get ready to create a college application. I want a sufficient amount of time to create one so it can be professional and not sloppy.
I think I can do this by getting involved in clubs as soon as possible so I am exposed to this. Another way I can do this is to research different schools that provide these options.
College seems like a big waste of time and I'm someone who doesn't really like school.
My school offers college credit courses like Math 110 and Math 111 (general and stats) but also offers non-ap classes like pre-calc and calc. Which math classes should I take if I am pursuing a psychology under-grad (psychiatry end goal)?
I am in the 10th grade and have taken geometry and algebra II/trigonometry already. Next year I will have the option to take college credit courses.
I'm currently a junior in high school and researching possible internships.
How do I get into being a space engineer? What classes should I take in highschool? What college should I think about going to? What can I do to make sure I make it to where I want to be as a space engineer for N?ASA?