College Majors?

Sep 04, 2010 @ 09:04
civil/structural engineering smokeyface


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Sep 04, 2010 @ 10:18
comp sci. major and possibly a mathematics minor here.
Sep 04, 2010 @ 10:30
I'm studying urban planning.
Sep 09, 2010 @ 02:42
can some of the pre-med guys give me some info about it, like what types of courses are involved, size of the work load, etc. I've been thinking about switching over and specializing in anesthesia

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Sep 09, 2010 @ 03:09
Going into pharmacy.
Soo.. a bunch of sciences and math hah
Sep 09, 2010 @ 03:18
Bachelor of commerce next year majoring in accounting.smokeyface
Sep 09, 2010 @ 03:44
Psychology/psychiatry but I'm not looking forward to 8 years if med school and residencys fml,but atleast I'll make $150,000+ a year.
Sep 09, 2010 @ 20:45
goin into my Jr year for Advertising/Public Relations then idk for grad skool. prolly Advertising or Marketing.


How is this? advertising always interested me

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Sep 09, 2010 @ 20:53
Physics, concentration in quantum
Sep 09, 2010 @ 21:06
major - physical therapy/ nurse?
minor - criminal justice (kinda like a fall back i guess. I know a lot cops)

Anyone got any advice/info on these?

next month i'll be taking 2 classes. Nutrition and psychology..
Sep 10, 2010 @ 08:22
major - physical therapy/ nurse?
minor - criminal justice (kinda like a fall back i guess. I know a lot cops)

Anyone got any advice/info on these?

next month i'll be taking 2 classes. Nutrition and psychology..


Nursing is a hard degree.
Physical therapy isn't, atleast from the people I've asked.

Nursing is hard as fuck though.
Sep 10, 2010 @ 09:50
How are you civil engineering guys doing?

Considering changing my major up a bit. Do you have to be a math whiz? How does the job market look?
Sep 10, 2010 @ 10:26
How are you civil engineering guys doing?

Considering changing my major up a bit. Do you have to be a math whiz? How does the job market look?


Do you have to be a math whiz? No, but you need to be good at math.

How does the job market look? Bad, same with all other industries really.
Sep 10, 2010 @ 12:30
Nursing is a hard degree.
Physical therapy isn't, atleast from the people I've asked.

Nursing is hard as fuck though.


Yah i heard it was. But thanks. I'm all screwed up right now but i guess I have time to figure out what I want to do cuz everyone changes their majors.
Sep 10, 2010 @ 12:35
im goin fashion retail trying 2 start my own clothing line
Sep 10, 2010 @ 14:34
psychology

didn't realize there were so many bitches majoring in psychology so my classes are definately a plus, added with the fact that i'm interested in that field.

The F:M ratio is indeed a plus.
Sep 10, 2010 @ 14:37
How does the job market look? Bad, same with all other industries really.


I don't want to get into an argument, but that has to be false - at least, compared to other majors. Move around and find a job.
Sep 10, 2010 @ 14:44
Psychology/psychiatry but I'm not looking forward to 8 years if med school and residencys fml,but atleast I'll make $150,000+ a year.

psychiatry is my route as well... and I agree, 8 yrs of school, plus residency etc... but the money and you make your own hours...
Sep 10, 2010 @ 14:45
derm for lifeeee
Sep 10, 2010 @ 16:20
I don't want to get into an argument, but that has to be false - at least, compared to other majors. Move around and find a job.


If you can find an entry level job in this economy, hats off to you. Sure, you can probably find a job through lots of perseverance if you don't mind relocating to the right spot and don't mind working for just any company.
Sep 10, 2010 @ 16:31
How are you civil engineering guys doing?

Considering changing my major up a bit. Do you have to be a math whiz? How does the job market look?


Do you have to be a math whiz? No, but you need to be good at math.

How does the job market look? Bad, same with all other industries really.


well, it is one of the 'easier' engineering disciplines out there, you still need to know how to crunch numbers and know what they mean, etc. As for the job market, its bad like hypoh stated, but not as bad as compared to something like, business/finance where there's a lot of competition. The industry is always in demand of engineers to innovate and build our society.

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Sep 10, 2010 @ 23:16
I'm an art education major currently in my second year, but I'm in the process of switching my major to fine arts, because I don't want to babysit in a high school as an art teacher for my entire life. It's not that much more school to get a master's in fine arts and then become a college professor
Sep 10, 2010 @ 23:31
It's nice being in Commerce, whether you choose marketing, management, fiance etc. It's still just a bcomm.
Sep 10, 2010 @ 23:49
anybody got an answer for this

right now im Economics>optioned in Accounting and Business Administration optioned in Corporate Management

which is more valuable i guess in general im thinking of switching it to

Economics and Business Administration optioned in finance.
Sep 10, 2010 @ 23:56
^ Do that.

I still think Accounting is pretty much safe. You're guaranteed to get a job if you have some Accounting.
Oct 12, 2010 @ 23:09
IDS (teaching)
Oct 12, 2010 @ 23:37
I'm interested in psychology, but isn't it pretty much necessary to go to school for 8 years to get a decent job?

Ayo what are some majors that make like 100k+ and are not THAT hard?
Oct 12, 2010 @ 23:39
^i mean it kinda depends from one person to another. what are you good at in terms of school? like math, writing, science, etc...
Oct 12, 2010 @ 23:39
push weight
Oct 12, 2010 @ 23:40
I'm interested in psychology, but isn't it pretty much necessary to go to school for 8 years to get a decent job?

Ayo what are some majors that make like 100k+ and are not THAT hard?


None dude. I can't think of a single industry where you start making 100k right off the bat. 55k seems like a nice even level for BS degrees in something worthwhile (meaning not just psychology, sociology, english, etc -- I'm talking finance, accounting, etc). Your school matters a lot too. A city college student in finance won't earn half as much as someone graduating from a T1 undergrad b-school.
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