I'm not sure if I should pick just business in general or be more specific such as finance, marketing or accounting. I'm hearing it both ways from people, some say be pick one specific major and some say keep it broad so I have more options when I graduate.
I was undecided until I got accepted into the School of Business at University of New Haven. Just making sure I chose the right major or if I should continue being undecided for a while longer.
I think I want to go in to publishing but I want to explore other options in music business.
I have completed 9th Standard...I will become a good business give me guidence
I am the type of person that enjoys history and writing...not exactly the "business" type. However, I feel pressured to study that in college and I want to know just how creative the major can be.
I was wondering what this encompasses.
How can I better develop myself as an incoming college student trying to learn business and finance. I feel that I'm relatively new to the area but am very interested in learning and pursuing a degree in that type of study
I am going into the field of business and I would like to get more information about what I am entering into.
How hard is it to become an interior designer if you are a person who puts a lot of effort into things?
I am finishing up a business degree, and would like to ask for those who plan to stay with a company for a decade or two: "How can I leave a great, positive mark on those around me?" How do people contribute an everlasting message of success, motivation, and satisfaction?
I'm asking this because I want to know if I can do less college to save money
I'm asking because I'm not sure if I want to spend my whole college career trying to become an event planner if it is not something I'm up to the challenge for!
This is important to ask because it can help influence others why they should join the business world.
How hard is it to set up and run your own business?
I want to start my own business with a physical therapy clinic to give back to athletes in Compton and Inglewood in California.
I am planning on creating my own business someday during college to pay for my college tuition and fund for my hobby. Although most of the people I know or talked to doesn't really explain the process of creating a business. So I'm curious as to how hard it is to create a business? How do you create
I am interested in working in NYC upon graduation
I think I would prefer a job in the business industry, but I am not sure what specifically
Well, I went to the California State Convention, and many of them had me advised to apply for internships. But what I'm more curious about is, how big of a role does internship compare to extracurricular when applying for a job? I know it depends on what type of job and what type of internship, but
I am unsure what to study, but I still have time, Since, I'm a high school senior about to graduate.
Unsure what to study in business
Would having my doctorates help me climb the chain faster?
These are the majors that I want to study these topics in college and would like to know more about job opportunities.
I'm curious about what you have to go through.
I want to start college on a very high note. I'll be attending Saint Joseph's university in philly and want to have a very successful college experience.
In my quest on becoming a business major university is in the near future so one needs to brush up on this knowledge.
I want to own my own business and want to know the do's and dont's.
I am about to start high school soon and I am doing this assignment for my 8th grade class and want to know more about this question for my assignment.
I am interested in one day opening my own firm or startup. I would like to be prepared and am not sure what i can do to get on that track.
I want to major in business and I want to know how tough it will be for me to enter the work force.