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Temitoro844 views

What HBCU'S would be recommended for girls interested in majoring in Political Science?

I'm interested in majoring in Political Science and minoring in business for my bachelor's degree. I'm officially at senior so I need to start figuring out what college I'm going to.

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What should I expect at an HBCU?

I've heard some good and some bad things about HBCU's and especially about students going there from out of state so I want to know what's the tea?? #hbcus

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What type of careers can you get into with a Mass Comm degree?

I'm trying to get more of an idea of what is out there for incoming freshman at my university. I am a mass comm major and I have received a few questions but they're not pertaining to my concentration within the major. #tennesseestate #masscommunications #hbcus #communications #marketing-and-advertising

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Why aren't there more high school programs centered around promoting Historically Black Colleges and Universities?

Growing up I had no idea about the labels "Predominantly White Institutions(PWIs) and Historically Black Colleges and Universities". My first time being exposed to HBCU's was in a somewhat negative light. These institutions provide quality programs and diversities just like any other institution but High schools lack information on these programs unless a professional staff member has had the pleasure to attend one and pass their experience on to the students. North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University has one of the top engineering programs in the country, Howard University has an esteemed medical school, and North Carolina Central University has a prestigious law school, but there are a lot of students that are unaware of these opportunities because they are not encouraged to expand their research. #spreadtheword #equality #human-rights #HBCUs #college-admissions #college

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