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Is there a downside to getting a specific undergraduate degree?

I want to go into genetics, and instead of getting a biology or chemistry degree, I'm looking at a genetics degree. If I find out that genetics isn't what I want to go into, what will I have to fall back on? #undergraduate...

#genetics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Mia B.
Aleksandr Pevzner | Skillful Neuroscientist - Enterprising Researcher Hi Mia, excellent question. Most universities won't have a specific degree ...

How do you get internships with a major in apparel design?

Because I'm going to major in apparel design and I want to know how you get the internships on your own without being referred by your professor? #design...

#undergraduate

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:25

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Posted by A'Briana L.
Vivian Urata | Senior UX Designer at LinkedIn Hi A'Briana, I have friends in the fashion design industry and ...

What major is best for an aspiring veterinarian?

I want to become a vet and I am unsure of what major to choose. #veterinary...

#undergraduate

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Active Oct 05 '17 at 16:49

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Posted by Julia Z.
Dr Jill Stetz Narberth Animal Hospital | Veterinarian Hi Julia, Congratulations on your vocation choice. You really can major ...

Late graduate student chance of work?

Am an undergraduate student who is a bit worried that I am looking to graduate at my late 20's. Is that going to negatively affect my chances of employment? #undergraduate...

#professional

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Active May 14 at 18:03

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Posted by Abdulwahab A.
Austin L. | PwC Experienced Associate, Advisory Hi Abdulwahab, Great question. It's great that you are in college ...

What is considered as an undergraduate program?

I am currently a high school sophomore, and I am enrolled next year for dual credit for Spanish lll. Does this count as an undergraduate program? #undergraduate...

#college

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Active May 05 at 07:45

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Posted by Rohit S.
Daniel Moy | Google Software Engineer Sorta yea. If what you did is similar to what I ...

What are some good minors with computer science?

Thought it would be nice to study another subject along with my major #computer-science...

#undergraduate

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:50

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Posted by Kemi L.
Jeff Sloan | Software engineer - firmware Retired Hi, Kemi! Very good question. Since computers are integrated in almost ...

What is better: going into a four-year university as "undeclared" or going to a community college for the first two years of school?

I am a senior in high school, and I don't know what I want to study in college. I'm currently taking IB classes which should cover my freshman year in college. I have an easy access to a community college system. I also have a high probability of getting into a 4 year school, economically...

#undeclared #undergraduate

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:39

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Posted by Jesus V.
Anup Sareen | Professional Dan Johnston does college aid presentations and workshops at over 50 ...

What are potential jobs from a marketing undergraduate degree?

I was wondering about this major. #jobs #marketing...

#undergraduate

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Active Feb 15 at 13:41

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Posted by Amy Z.
Kim Gravell | Principal at Gravell Insights, LLC You have been given some great guidance from professionals that demonstrate ...

What are the most common undergraduate degrees under a pre-law path?

I am interested in the law career path. #law #lawyer...

#undergraduate

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:39

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Posted by Amy Z.
Erin McClarty | Attorney working with nonprofits, Blogger, Speaker, Writer and ... The most common route is to major in Political Science, with ...

What should a college-bound student do in the summer before their first fall semester?

Hello, everyone! I'm a recent graduate of an early college program. I've an Associates in Arts degree and high school diploma under my belt, but I have no idea what my next move should be. There are tons of resources at my disposal, but frankly I'm not sure where to start. I've been...

#college #college-student #undergraduate

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:33

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Posted by Loren S.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi Loren: Here are some ideas that you might want to ...

When should undergraduates take the MCAT?

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Active Oct 08 '17 at 11:37

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Posted by Jenny A.
Gabriel Fig | Experienced Higher Educational Professional & Certified Appreciative Advisor Hi Jenny, Thanks for the question. I encourage you to review ...

Is it hard to get admission from American Universities as an international transfer student?

I'm a high school senior who's intending to apply to American universities for fall 2019 after that I study the first year of my undergraduate studies in my country Morocco..and I heard that it's going to be really hard to get admission as a transfer student ,especially as an international...

#undergraduate #college-transfer

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Active Sep 29 '17 at 13:35

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Posted by asmaa H.
Clara Gao | Risk Assurance Associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers Hi Asmaa, I do know a couple international students who transferred ...

Does it matter where I do my undergraduate degree?

I am conseidering if to stay in my country for my undergraduate degree or to go abroad to a higher ranking school to pursue it. #college #undergraduate...

#college-choice

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Active Apr 20 at 21:56

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Posted by Vicky R.

How useful is it to go to an elite university for undergraduate school?

I know some of the best universities in the country are usually really expensive and competitive. I am planning on going to medical school and am wondering if it is worth it to go to an elite university for undergraduate school or is it better to go to a smaller name school where I would have a...

#undergraduate #graduate-school #college

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Active Apr 23 at 00:15

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Posted by Ream G.
Paul Miller | Hi, nice to meet you RG, think about it this way. Only a small fraction of ...

How important is it to build relationships with your professors?

I will be attending college in September of this year as a freshman undergraduate student. I have heard from many that some college professors may not be as hands- on as others but it is always good to connect with them in terms of networking. I wonder how beneficial this type of networking...

#professors #undergraduate #college-advice

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Active Apr 17 at 16:15

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Posted by Raabia C.
Tucker MacLean | Sales Mgmt at Okta I think investing the time in building relationships with your professors ...

What advice would you give to current undergraduate students?

Whether you have graduated decades ago or recently or are nearing graduation, what are some tips and things you wish you knew earlier? It can be any sort of advice from volunteering more, focusing more on your health and diet, or time management. As a current undergraduate student, I do think...

#advice #undergraduate

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:32

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Posted by Anudari A.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Go to class and review your notes later on in the ...

Good criminal justice college programs?

What undergrad programs are best for a career in criminal justice? Are there schools that have healthy relationships in the field? #criminaljustice #undergraduate...

#career-counseling

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Active Apr 03 at 08:56

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Posted by Lundyn R.
Eva Brune | Museum Fundraiser I live in New York City. The John Jay College for ...

What can I do to feel more excited about, and less scared for, my college transition in a few months?

I'm very close with my family, but my top school is over five hours away from home. Everyone tells me that college will be one of the best times of my life, but I can't help but feel more terrified than excited. Is there anything I can start doing now to start easing myself into the idea?...

#college #undergraduate #life-transitions

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Active Mar 03 at 14:24

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Posted by Mallory C.
Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps I would say set up a ritual for yourself for once ...

Other than classes and/or location. What are major differences between undergrad and graduate school?

I have just received my Bachelor in Science in Computer Science. I plan on attending graduate school this Fall to receive my Masters. I'm not your typical person who likes surprises. So I would like to have an idea of what I should expect attending graduate school in the Fall. #college...

#graduate-school #undergraduate

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:33

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Posted by Ameera V.
Frank Lemmon | Sr. Test Engineer at Chegg Inc. Whew, I'll try and keep this short - and since you're ...

What do you do when you don't know what to do?

For the past few years, I've told family, friends, and members of the community that I am interested in medicine. I spent all of eleventh grade consuming chemistry and biology classes; I've had family members approach me and say that I simply fated to become a the cancer- and...

#college #biology #undergraduate

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Active Mar 12 at 22:55

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Posted by Loren S.
Lisa Milani | Leads North America Demand Generation, HANA Enterprise Cloud ... I don't think this question or type of questioning will ever ...

Should I choose a college specifically because it is strong in a specific major even if I am not certain that I want to pursue that major?

I am thinking of studying business as an undergraduate and some colleges have strong business programs but are otherwise average in quality of education. If I am not confident that I will pursue this route, should I choose a college like that to attend? #college-major #college-bound...

#choosing-a-major #undergraduate

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Active Apr 04 at 13:21

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Posted by Amy Z.
Bethany Obert | Product Specialist Hi Amy, It sounds like you have done a little research ...

Is it unnecessary to go to an expensive and prestigious undergraduate college when planning on attending medical school?

If you need a high GPA to get into medical school, would it be better to choose a state school with the potential to get a higher GPA? #medicine #pediatrics #medical-school #undergraduate...

#gpa

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:41

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Posted by Amy Z.
James Garza | Owner, Self-employed at Garza Medical Association hi amy, my advice is to go to the college where ...

What role does undergraduate school play in applying for graduate school?

What do graduate schools look for in an applicant? Are undergraduate programs significant in the application process? #college #graduate-school...

#undergraduate

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Katie M.
Catrina Diggs | EOF Academic Counselor at Rutgers University Your undergraduate academic record is very important when applying to graduate ...

What are some of the best colleges for an education major?

I have no clue where I want to go yet and was wondering where are some places that would be good to check out. #college #college-major #college-bound #undergraduate...

#college-minor

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:25

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Posted by Kristina Z.
Syed Kashif | Tech Support Dell international services Hi Kristina, there are a lot many colleges out there, each ...

Engineering vs. Engineering Technology

What's the difference between these two majors from the stance of someone who has experienced practice in one or both? #engineering #technology #graduate...

#undergraduate

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:26

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Posted by Sydnee C.
Luis "Lou" Herrera | Principal Mechanical Engineer at Jabil To expand on Mr. Clay's comment, engineering training tends to be ...

What are potential undergraduate degrees on the career path to a premed track?

I am interested in being a pediatrician but would like to major in something more versatile as an undergraduate degree. #college #pre-med #pediatrics #degree...

#undergraduate

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:35

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Posted by Amy Z.
James Garza | Owner, Self-employed at Garza Medical Association hi amy, i graduated med school in 1993 and have been ...

Are Ivy Leagues REALLY worth it?

Although there is already debate regarding this around the country, I decided to bring the discussion here. Is going to an Ivy League and/or prestigious school REALLY beneficial to one's career? #college #undergraduate #ivy-league...

#entry-level

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Active Feb 27 at 08:08

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Posted by Emily R.
Gary Stephen Petito | Career Guru Hi, You have a very good and detailed answer above. My ...

Which minor should i choose?

I am a 12th grade student nearly in the verge of joining a university. I am interested in computers as well as math. If i choose computer science as my major, what do you think will be a suitable minor that will help me get a better job in the future? #majors #students #undergraduate...

#parents

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:04

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Posted by Sumnima S.
Jenn Hatfield | Education Research Assistant I would think about it in terms of what you like, ...

What careers are available for someone with a Bachelor's degree in psychology?

Is it possible to get a direct entry and paid in the field of psychology for someone who has just an undergraduate degree? What would those jobs be? What specific attributes would they look for when selecting someone with an undergraduate degree? #career #psychology #undergraduate...

#hiring

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:20

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Posted by Danielle D.
John Cohen | Senior Recruiting Consultant at Dell We live in a world today which is driven by Data. ...

If I study business strategy, what sort of jobs would I be aiming to go into at the end of my studies?

Commerce is a broad program, and strategy seems to be one niche that appeals to me, but I don't know what careers can be led after studying in such a program. #undergraduate #strategy #commerce #career-path-planning...

#career-details

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Active Oct 28 '17 at 13:25

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Posted by Brandon H.
Christan Lambert | Management Consulting - Associate at PwC Look at the various consulting firms and their strategic or management ...

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