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Amily533 views

What does it take to become or get into a Computer Science/Computer Engineering Major?

I heard that getting into a Computer Science major is somewhat getting harder. What does it take to increase your chances of getting accepted to that major/school? Is there a certain volunteer or community service that has to be done? Something related to computers? Are there prerequisite that should be taken in high School?

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Are there any prerequisites I need to/should take for psychology at a community college? Should I find a community college with a good psychology program?

#highschoolsenior #psychology #prerequisites #communitycollege

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What prerequisites are necessary for a Music Teaching Education major?

I want to major in Music Teaching Education, and when I looked up the required classes I saw that there were no basic English, History, Math, or Science classes on the list. I was under the impression that those basic core classes would be required, at least for a quarter or two of each, in order to get any degree. Was I wrong in my assumption? #college-major #music #prerequisites

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Janeth678 views

What classes would i be taking in college if i want to become a dietitian?

#professor #prerequisites #health #career-paths

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When applying for Med school how important is the school from which you took your pre-requisites from?

As my goal is a path that takes me onto medical school, I want to make sure that the choice of college doesn’t hinder my options too much. For example, can you take pre-requisites at a community college? #community-college #prerequisites

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Jack1174 views

College? Minors, Majors, and coursework?

I know I may be a little young (ninth grader here) to be asking such a question, but I am curious as to how college really "works". I would love to attend a specific college and I'm going to make sure my grades are good for it, but I wouldn't know what to do after graduating and going off to college. I think getting the prerequisites out of the way freshman year seems like a good idea, but what comes after that? Majors, minors, and everything else comes into play. Its all so confusing to me. Can someone help explain how and why we need majors and minors? And how long would it possibly take to obtain a masters degree? How can I figure out what I want to do in the future? I know that I would love to somehow look into gender, sexuality, and women's studies, but how can I get to that point? Is there anything I should knock out in high school to help me make my way up to that point? Thank you!! ~Jack :) #college-majors #majors-and-minors #masters-degree #gender-studies #prerequisites #college-minors #sexuality

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Which businesses/jobs have prerequisites of Microsoft Office experience?

I am currently studying to obtain my Microsoft Master Certificate for 2013 Word, and will be obtaining my Excel Expert later on. I really was wondering about how often MOS experience is needed and who would be impressed by it. #business #office-management #microsoft-office #prerequisites #microsoft-excel #microsoft-word #microsoft-master

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What is a GRE exam? Is it similar to the SATs?

What does this exam actually measure? #college #college-admissions #testing #prerequisites

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Choosing a post-baccalaureate program vs. masters degree vs. non-matriculation to improve my grades before applying to vet school?

I am in a position where the degree I am receiving (BS, MS) does not directly apply to veterinary medicine. I have taken some pre-requisite classes ("pre-vet reqs"), but in some I have received less than stellar grades. I am also completely missing some pre-requisites like upper level biology courses or have only taken half of a sequence (eg: organic chemistry) because of the requirements of my current undegrad program. I would like to re-take some courses and take some new courses before trying to apply to vet school. However, I cannot tell if a post-baccalaureate certificate program is most appropriate versus just enrolling as a non-degree seeking students to complete my pre-reqs. For a lot of post-bacc programs, I apparently have 'too many science' courses to apply to them. Does anyone have any advice? Does anyone know anything regarding which program is more expensive, generally? #college #career-path #graduate-school #veterinary #medical-education #academic-advising #graduate-recruitment #prerequisites

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What classes do I need to take to become a Registered Nurse?

I was wondering what pre requisite classes I need to take before entering the Nursing program. Thank You! #nursing #nurse #classes #prerequisites

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