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Would it be bad to get a bachelor's degree at a state college instead of a university?

I live about 20 minutes away from a state college that offers a bachelor's degree in Biology. That is what I plan to major in regardless of what school I to attend. I would rather go to a state college because I can live at home and I will save about 40,000 dollars, if I attend the state...

#academic-advisor #counselor #advising #advisory-boards

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Posted by Valentina D.
Yvette Boafo, MSW | Academic Advisor at Hunter College I think it's best to consider what you are able to ...

How can I receive more aid even after scholarship deadlines have passed?

I have to pay for college on my own and I don't want to take out too many student loans as my cost of college would triple from interest. I have procrastinated and now I have finally realized that I need money. #college...

#cost

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Posted by Chloe C.
Julie Otis | Screening Analyst state financial aid through FAFSA.

Should I stay on campus?

I can't afford to stay on campus but my mom is offering to pay for my room and board. #college-life...

#campus

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Posted by Rachel R.
Julie Otis | Screening Analyst You definitely want to stay on campus in the dorms at ...

What should I major in?

I love animals. I want to become a veterinarian but I don't know what I should major in. #veterinarian...

#animals

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Posted by Rachel R.
Julie Otis | Screening Analyst animal science

How much, on average, does medical school cost? Is there a way to get financial aid?

I want to make sure that I am prepared for the financial load I'm taking on....

#medical-school

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Posted by Elizabeth N.
James Garza | Owner, Self-employed at Garza Medical Association elizabeth, i graduated med school in texas in 1993. it's only ...

What type of jobs are available in the field of Graphic design?

Knowing some of the job options would go a long way in helping me know what I would like to do with my life....

#graphics

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Posted by Tyler M.
Nick Arcidy | Visual Designer There are lots of career options for graphic designers. You could ...

I am chithra. now i am finish +2 history group. next what course i can join in college.?

Help me to join in college #history #consulting...

#e-commerce

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Posted by Renugadevi S.
Anwar Khan | Project Program Management Sr. Advisor at Dell Post completion of 10+2 Course in History the most obvious option ...

What's the difference between bio-engineering and bio-medical engineering?

I would like to venture into the field of bio-medical engineering and biotechnology but not all colleges offer these programs but some offer a bio-engineering course or degree instead. I was wondering what the main differences were and if I could still get the same jobs with that degree....

#biotech #biology #biomedical-engineer #biomedical #bioengineering #biomedical-engineering

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Posted by Noah B.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive Check the link below. http://abe.psu.edu/majors/be/why/bioengineering-compared-to-biological-engineering

What are the positions within a nonprofit organization that allow you to interact with the people the organization is serving?

I am interested in having a career where I would work in a nonprofit organization either to better water quality worldwide or uplift and empower women worldwide. I want a position where I get to be a part of the process in ensuring the help gets to the people that need it using my math and...

#nonprofits #non-profits

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Posted by Rachel N.
Amy Spencer | Development Manager- Communications, JA of OR & SW ... That's a great question. When you start looking at nonprofit jobs, ...

How much does the major you graduate from college have to correlate with the career you plan to pursue?

I'm planning to be a chemical engineering major in the fall, but I really don't plan on becoming a chemical engineer. I want to work in some type of nonprofit organization (though I'm not exactly sure what position in those organizations). Is it possible for me to be able to pursue that career...

#nonprofits #chemical-engineering

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Posted by Rachel N.
Julie Otis | Screening Analyst They don't necessarily need to match up, but you will need ...

Do you think these two majors are a good combo?

I'm going into computer science and computer art. My endgame is to make video games. #science...

#computer

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Posted by Olivia D.
Shawn Lloyd | Solutions Architect CCIE - Collaboration | Networking | ... I think they are great choices. When you start making games, ...

What are the best areas to study to become a marine mammal trainer?

There really aren't any colleges that offer this....

#marine-mammals

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Posted by Emily G.
Janine Kafouros Bartling | Rocky Shores Primary Relief Keeper -at Utah's Hogle ... There are not any colleges that offer majors in marine mammal ...

How should I start learning on my own?

I don't want to go in completely blind and fall behind. I took a computer science course in high school but I think that it's not really enough. #science...

#computer

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Posted by Olivia D.
Mahesh Kondla | Software Engineering Manager at LinkedIn It depends on what you want to learn. Most of the ...

I want to become a Marine Biologist, maybe even do mammal training. The university I want to attend only offers a Biology undergraduate degree. Should I go for a minor in marine science and maybe even a second minor in psychology?

I know mammal training is a highly competitive field and I want to enhance the possibilities of getting a job when I graduate....

#marine-mammals

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Posted by Emily G.
Kerry Diehl | Assistant Curator of Marine Mammals A degree in biology is just fine. Minoring in psychology would ...

Is it possible to work multiple jobs within the Psychology/Social Work field?

Within these two fields, it's come many things I want to accomplish. I would love to counsel people and be a Life Coach at the same time. Is it possible to achieve? #psychology #social-work...

#life-coach

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Posted by Kivan J.
Madeline Cintron-Hall, LCSW | Licensed Clinical Social Worker/School Social Worker One of the reason I love my profession in social work, ...

How hard was it to go from knowing nothing to learning about Computer Science?

I don't know much about the field other than a very VERY basic understanding and I'm worried I never will. #science...

#computer

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Posted by Olivia D.
Charles M Hurd | Aspiring adviser to STEM teens. Explains clearly, exhorts ... Olivia, This life is all about making choices and experiencing the ...

Would a degree in Psychology or Social Work be for suitable for me if I am looking to counsel individuals and becoming a life coach?

I am in the process of transferring to a four year college, but I do not know which route to go. I've always had the passion to speak to people about their problems and find their true potential. Aside from counseling, I also have a dream of becoming a Life Coach. I know that both of these...

#life-coach #psychology #social-work

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Posted by Kivan J.
Yvette Boafo, MSW | Academic Advisor at Hunter College Hi Kivan! I am an academic advisor at a college and ...

Do doctors have time for travel?

I'm considering becoming a doctor. I feel like it would be a good fit,but I'm also worried that there is not much time for other things I enjoy.I really enjoy traveling and the other career I'm considering would actually require it. How much time for hobbies such as grave would you say a doctor...

#doctor #medical #translator-studies #surgery #surgeon #travel

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Posted by Marissa M.
phillip rasy | Commercial Sales at Dell If you are going to become a doctor, you can pick ...

What jobs can you get with a bachelors in psychology while your going for a masters in forensic psychology?

I plan on working while getting my masters in forensic psychology, and I want to know what jobs to look for. #psychology #clinical-psychology #social-psychology #forensic-psychology...

#moral-psychology

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Posted by Clarissa R.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Clarissa, It is important to remember that a psychology degree ...

How competitive is the feild of psychology.

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Posted by Clarissa R.
Dr. Ray Finn | Mental Health Care Professional Dear Clarissa, I can only answer your question about the clinical ...

Are you happy with your career?

Career is based on ??? I need the full explanation about that ...Kindly clear my doubt #computer #listings...

#mongodb

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Posted by Sarumathy S.
phillip rasy | Commercial Sales at Dell Very happy. Every day is an adventure!

How is the business field in college? I have no experience is business but I may like it more than neurology..

I am very excited for college and studying neurology but I'm afraid if I start disliking neurology half way and may want to change my major. How should I have a feel about business filed? #college #business...

#neurology

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Posted by Johan D.
Marquell Pinkney | Here to Help Hi Johan, Good question. If you're worried that you may not ...

How successful are research psychologists after graduation?

Debating whether I want to major in research psychology or neurology. #graduate...

#research

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Posted by Johan D.
A. Wallace Deckel | Professor of Psychiatry Hi Johan You might to want to pursue a degree in ...

College Classes

I'm very confused on how college works. If I'm aspiring to be a Physical Therapist, my Freshman year, can I take classes dealing with my aspired major or do I have to take certain classes like, History, English, Mathematics? #physical-therapist #athletic-training...

#physical-trainer

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Posted by Deja A.
phillip rasy | Commercial Sales at Dell Most major, you’re first couple of years you will be taking ...

How can I choose field of work that'll assure me that I'll enjoy the rest of my life working?

I am still very young, sixteen years of age, and there is yet anything that sparks my interest in terms of vocation. I'm constantly hearing that every individual inhabits a special talent, perhaps I've yet to find mine, but how can I be certain that eventually I will? This thought constantly...

#college-major

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Posted by Rubylynn M.
Kelly Rohm | Influencing perspectives of Dell Financial Services through global ... Hi Rubylynn, When I was your age, my greatest fear was ...

Physical Therapy

If I'm wanting to go down the path of physical therapy, what should I get my bachelor's in, Athletic Training, or Kinesiology? (I'm wanting to be more of a Sports Physical therapist, working with sports related injuries.) #physical-therapist #athletic-training...

#physical-trainer

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Posted by Deja A.
phillip rasy | Commercial Sales at Dell I would suggest, pre-med, athletic training and if you can participate ...

I want to be helpful in assisting people to accomplish their dreams and goals, I'm having a difficult time deciding which industry (housing, addiction, elderly, etc.) to go into, any answers or suggestions?

I have always dreamed of getting my degree and being able to get into the social service field. I am not sure what industry to head towards, my hope is to get some feedback in many different areas by professionals in their field. I want to help people achieve their dreams and goals, I am very...

#nonprofits #and #bachelors-degree #oneyearexperience

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Posted by tami B.
Shalini Nataraj | Vice President of Programs at Ing Foundation Hi Tami - It is good to hear from someone who ...

How often in the real world does you major apply to your actual job? and How does a major limit the type of jobs you can have?

Many times I have met people with a major in one thing but they end up getting hired to do the complete opposite ad don't understand how they qualify for that job. #engineer...

#mechanical-engineer

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Posted by Xavier M.
Glenn Arche | Technical Lead, Mechanical Engineering at Otter Products The answer to most of these types of questions is that ...

For a person with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, how long does it take to find a job in the current job market? and how smooth is the transition form college life to this job setting?

I am currently a high school senior at Boca Raton Community High School, and have been accepted at Florida Atlantic University and I hope to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering. #engineer...

#mechanical-engineer

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Posted by Xavier M.
phillip rasy | Commercial Sales at Dell The economy changes so fast that it is hard to predict ...

Would studying Global Health help me work at the UN?

I'm interested in both medicine and global affairs, and my dream is to work at the UN. Is that possible? #international-affairs...

#global-health

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Posted by Yordanos K.
Todd Kushner | CISA Visiting Professor | Foreign Policy| Writer/Editor | ... With that background, the WHO might offer the best possibilities within ...

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