College Major

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Donna Sullivan
ENGL 0309 10
March 24, 2013

College Major

Choosing a college major is not as easy as it sounds. There is a process future students should choose, or not choose, to follow. By following this process this student is more than likely going to find a major suit for them.

Selecting a major that interest you is very important. A student should base this on their interests, personality, skills, and values. Normally what someone majors in is something they enjoy doing. Most of the time, something that they are good at or excites them rather than something that bores them. Once you have a major set, it is time to find a college to attend. Depending on preference, there are hundreds of colleges that offer a lot of different things. It is important that the college best suit for this future student offers all the classes needed to get a degree in that major. After choosing a major and finding a college, it is necessary that this person take information sessions on that specific major. Information sessions are usually offered at the college of choice. These sessions are filled with helpful tips about how to get started with moving forward getting a college degree. During this session, they might discuss what it will take to get qualified to register to start taking classes. They might also discuss what classes you will be taking and about how long it will take to complete and graduate with a degree. These information sessions might also bring up the different degree’s they offer to students. For example, an associate’s degree, a bachelor’s degree, or a master’s degree.

Reading this process might make a difference. So just remember if a future student chooses to follow this process, their results on finding a college major best for them are good.
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