I'm contemplating on double majoring, and I have a general idea on the risks such as the time and energy commitment, as well as costs. However, aside from these basic risks, what are some other things I need to be aware of? If you are double majoring or have double majored, please share your experie
I'm considering taking a double major and want to see the pros and cons of doing so.
I'm a senior in High School and I was interested in Double Majoring in British Literature and Theatre.
I'm concerned about debt and want to do everything I can to keep it at a minimum so a part-time job would help a lot with that.
I am currently stuck between three different majors because they are all so similar. I know what career I want to pursue but I also know that it might take a while to get there. I want to make sure that I am choosing the right major so I can have enough versatility and not be at a stand still, or n
I am interested in two majors, however, they are completely different fields. I want to become a teacher, but also a PA in the future. Many advisors have told me to choose one for now, but how do I decide which one. Help!
Would it be too much to double major or double minor?
I really like two of the degrees offered at my college and they would both look very good for when I go on to graduate school.
While giving my choice of major a thought, it occurred to me that it may be a smart idea to minor in some other field, such as a language or business. Any thoughts?
I ask this question because I want to become a double major in psychology and business so I can start my own business in psychology?
I am asking this question because it will ultimately determine my future. I was planning on majoring in astrophysics because I find the subject matter simply fascinating. The reason why I have my heart set on this particular college is because I was planning on obtaining a double major, a bachelors
I am trying to decide what core classes I want to take and was wondering if some would be more useful or interesting than others.
I'm asking this because I'm interested in architecture and engineering, but I'm also interested in a few other career paths and I'm not sure whether it's better for me to just pick one and go to college for it (since I've been told that architecture is a very time consuming major) or try and go to c
I'm very interested in double majoring: in aerospace engineering and agricultural engineering, in particular. I am currently enrolled in a two early college programs that will allow me to graduate from high school with two Associates degrees: Associates of Arts and Associates of Science in Mathemati
I plan on majoring in music education with either a second major or minor in psychology. Doing something in the science field was kind of a big leap for me, but I have always loved discovering how the brain works. I thought that pairing my interest of music and/or multilingualism with the field woul
What type of classes do you take if you double major in Nursing and Computer Science.
I want to work as a pediatric physical therapist in a hospital with kids fighting potentially terminal illnesses. I was told that double majoring in athletic training and kinesiology on the pre-physical therapy track would strengthen my applications, both for graduate school and my future career.
I would really like to go after and tackle a double major but have been put under the impression that if I don't set up a four year plan to allocate time to do so it will become very hard to double major
I am in the 11th grade and would like to go to college for physical therapy. I feel as though the best way to do this is by starting off with a double major in kinesiology and pre-physical therapy. I am trying to figure out which school would make this as smooth as possible.
I was planning on obtaining this degree so I would have a back-up plan in life. If one career fell through, I could rely on the other. I find both subjects really interesting to me and I would like to make possible careers out of them. In the best case scenario, I could possibly find a career where
Many times i have looked and worked with FRC robots at school and thought i like all the aspects of making a robots. I believe i want to be a robotics engineer, but what do i need ? What is the difference between a robotics engineer and a double major in electrical and mechanical engineers? Are they
Considering a double major. Considering. As a person double-majoring, do you have time for anything else?
I'm interested in doubling majoring in marine science and biology next year and I was wondering how difficult the process is
I have a major for my undergrad but there is also another major that is closely related that I find very interesting as well. Would it hurt me if I were to pursue both majors? I think it would help me prepare even better for my future career but I do not want to have to stay in college longer and ac
I am currently interested in majoring in languages, however through research found that most majors are limited to specifics. For example I pick up dialect, word choice, and accent quickly and have put it in practice; more than volunteer requirements but as a career. I can't seem to find a major tha
What type of career opportunities are there for a person who double majors in computer science and journalism?
I'm currently an high school junior and I'm planning to be an architect.
I planned to take two majors to strengthen my future career prospects. Finance might be a compatible degree to the Architecture major but I'm not entirely sure about it. What secondary major is compatible with the Architecture
I'm pretty sure I want to study CS at university but I also have interests in other subjects such as Psychology, Economics, and Education. Is it a good idea to double major in CS and one of these subjects? Which universities, if any, allow this combination?
I know for a fact that a wan to major in a science when i go off to college. I am having trouble with figuring out the best option to do that. I know for a fact i want to major is a biology of some sort. Would it be possible to major in biology and then minor in either cellular biology or maybe mari
I would like some advice from people who have dealt with these things first-hand.