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Every college offers a degree to a student who completes a predetermined set of requirements. Some careers will expect an employee to have a degree in whichever field they have applied in. For more information, please read below. Read more Show less
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Dee129 views

Will major airlines accept degrees like associates degree?

I want to become a commercial pilot. I have read on a bunch of websites that in order to stand out and be hired by a major airline, they would want you to have a college degree. Many of them say bachelors degree. But will they hire you, even if you have a associates degree?

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which is a good form of art in collge?

arts in college tips

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what kind of master's degree must you obtain to become an art therapist?

this is important to know because i don't want to shoot for the wrong degree.

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What can I do to make me successful in my grade ?

I am a freshman in high school. What do I have to do to get a good degree at a college/university of my choice? What classes will I have to take if I want to get a degree in, for example, meteorology?

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How relevant will geoscience major (geophysic and geology) be in the future of Construction and 3d Constitution technology 🚧🏗️?

How relevant will geoscience major (geophysic and geology) be in the future of Construction and 3d Constitution technology 🚧🏗️

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How relevant will geoscience major (geophysic and geology) be in the future of Construction and 3d Constitution technology ?

How relevant will geoscience major (geophysic and geology) be in the future of Construction and 3d Constitution technology 🚧🏗️

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How relevant will geoscience major (geophysic and geology) be in the future of Construction and 3d Constitution technology 🚧🏗️

How relevant will geoscience major (geophysic and geology) be in the future of Construction and 3d Constitution technology 🚧🏗️

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What will I have to do to get a good degree?

I am a freshman in high school. What do I have to do to get a good degree at a college/university of my choice? What classes will I have to take if I want to get a degree in, for example, meteorology?

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I am interested in being a psychologist. I work best in an environment with a chance to work one on one or alone, with a nice routine, and knowing what my responsibilities are for my work. Is this a good fit for me ?

I have already gotten responses on my last question that think psychology is a good choice so I'm wondering if it's still true with new information.

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Meteorologists, how would your degree be applied to the scientific research community, if it would?

As a sophomore who just changed to an Environmental Science A.A., I'm exploring B.S. options that will open up more specialized job opportunities. I love considering how weather patterns change or maintain ecological activities, or even interact with the ocean ... but won't I be pigeon-holed into weatherman positions if meteorology is my major?

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Should I switch to a business degree? Or something entirely different? I don't know what to do. Help!

Hello! Soon-to-be college freshman here. I need honest advice. Embarassingly, I am still a little bit confused on what I want to do. Recently, I was considering on changing my major to Business Administration (thankfully, the first day of classes haven't started yet, so changing majors probably won't be that much of a problem compared to the students who decide to switch majors in the middle of the year). I selected BS Psychology when I did my application to my community college. Why I am considering a business degree: - I have an entrepreneural spirit. I love making sales, crunching numbers, budgeting, being independent, marketing/creating marketing material, packing items for shipment, interacting with people, the entire process of it. I love the idea of making a living from my own hard work. - Past experiences. I was in charge of an entrepreneurship project in high school. We had to set up our own physical store, and also promote it; we sold baked goodies. I loved it! It doesn't mean much, but I got the highest mark on my report card in Entrepreneurship. I also currently have an online shop where I sell clothes and have had great success with it. I also setup garage sales by myself here and there. I am able to earn and spend my own money. - I would love to avoid working for somebody in the future (at least in the long run). I want to start my own small business/es. An online business, a café, a salon, etc. I have many ideas. I especially love the creative side of business. I also want to be a professional photographer/artist on the side. It's my true passion. However, advice on the internet all seem to suggest avoiding spending 4 years on a photography degree—just master the craft and make it your side hustle until the time & money is right. Besides, photographers don't make that much. That's what they say. So, I am thinking of freelancing as a side hustle, earning a photography certificate, and maybe start a photo studio business in the future. - I want many career options (I am okay with working in PR, HR or Marketing. Not my ideal dream, but.) - I do well under pressure - I love being a leader However, - People are telling me I can do any of the above without a business degree. Well, what do I do instead, then? - Apparently, the classes are boring? - Business majors get a bad rep. I admit that I am slightly worried about being perceived, although I know I shouldn't be. - The internet says business administration is too broad, and that I should do Finance/Marketing/MIS/Economics, etc. instead (something focused on one subject) - In general, it's "not a good major" The reason why I selected BS Psychology in the first place is because I am interested in the brain and human behavior. I was drawn to a rewarding, intriguing career. Arguably, psych is more interesting than business, but I know I wouldn't have many opportunities with a Bachelor's in Psych without getting a Master's. And I am not thinking of getting a master's, to be honest. So business seems to be more a realistic option. With this in mind, should I minor in Psychology when I transfer from community college? Is that possible? I read that a minor in Psychology can give me a leg up as a business major. Should I switch to a business degree? What do I do?

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Can I study MBBS in Canada if I get a Bachelor's degree in Biochemistry from Bangladesh Will Canadian universities accept me??

I am a high school graduate from Bangladesh. Many advised me to get a Bachelor's degree first and then go abroad. What should I do?

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What is the difference between BA and a BS when it comes to business Which one would be better for entrepreneurship??

When I researched business majors I found that there are two different types of degrees, BS and BA. I'm not sure which one would be better for me.

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Lizzie266 views

How can I make sure that I can still work in education with a computer science degree?

I have a degree

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Syeda317 views

How can I make sure that I can still work in education with a psychology degree?

I'm in college currently taking classes for psychology major. I wanted to do education but in order to do education, I needed to double major. I don't want to double major, but I still wanna work in a school.

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MK760 views

What is your job and what is your salary?

Just want to know what everyone does, If you are retired what did you do before. If you're no longer doing it why did you quit. If you have had multiply jobs before, name them. Thank you.

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Does it matter if I go for a Master's Degree or a Bachelor's Degree?

Is there any difference between the two? Depending on the major.

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Gerardo600 views

Do I need any degree to become a facility manager?

I want to be a facility manager and I'm wondering if it'll be worth going to school for a degree.

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Joo386 views

How much is it ?

Should be able to get it back to jsr

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Yuren824 views

What degrees do you need to go into this business field?

I was wondering is having a degree better before entering the business field

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Ian274 views

how can been respecful help me be a good farmer?

i like animals

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Lauren426 views

What do i need a culinary arts degree to become a chef? if so which one would you prefer a associates degree for two years or a bachelors degree for four years

What do i need a culinary arts degree to become a chef? if so which one would you prefer a associates degree for two years or a bachelors degree for four years

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What will be the best way to determine what major I would focus on for graduation if I graduate with an undergraduate degree in sociology ?

I am interested in leading a career in academic advising. I have been studying sociology for my undergrad as I knew it was a broad major, but now I am concerned that it will not be enough. I want to do graduate school since I want to do academic advising eventually. This way, I can focus on my career path directly.

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Jay960 views

What is the best degree?

I'm thinking of the best degree to major in college, i'm currently in 12th grade

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Linda680 views

how to i can be a web developer?

is it safe for future??

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Alan535 views

how i can be a seo expert?

is this good for future?

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Natalie542 views

How many jobs are there for criminology?

What degrees do you get? What skills should you have?

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Christian608 views

Should I go for a APICS cert before I graduate?

Hello all, I am currently in my senior year pursuing a BS in SCM. I have been rejected from multiple internships and I’m wondering if it’s because I am not at a top school for SCM. To help me out with job prospects once I graduate, I’m thinking of paying for the ASCM CSCP cert and begin working on it now, so I can have it done by the time I graduate. Is this a good idea? Will it help my job prospects or will my degree be enough? I want to graduate and hit the ground running!

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What bachelors or associate degree do I need to become Bariatric healthcare provider/ surgeon? What are some beneficial knowledge that I should know going into this field?

Do you guys know any scholarship/Grants info for future Bariatric?Do you guys know a good free virtual high school for future doctors. What degrees do Bariatricians have?

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Lydia659 views

Is it worth it going to college to get your masters degree for medical?

One of the career choices I'm debating on requires a master's degree, and I know that getting a master's degree will not be easy and expensive.

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