When people ask me why i chose to major in animal science, i never know exactly what to say, because my reasons have changed i started, like many other of my peers, wanting to be a veterinarian working with small animals. I chose political science because it is a field that allows me to utilize my skills and play with my interests regardless of what job i have, as long as i am in that field i can do those things that was important to me. Some majors are designed to point you to a specific career, while others are more open-ended if your school has an advising center or career planning and placement, they will be able to tell you about the careers for which different majors can prepare you. Why i chose my major: computer science with a minor in criminal justice by kim lai • february 18, 2013 at 12:32am the best advice i ever received was from one of my professors my freshman year.
Two years ago, i graduated from high school in medina then i came to jeddah to enroll in the college and continue my education there were many reasons why i chose the information system major. Luckily, i ended up at mssu and am now finishing my bachelor of science degree with a major in biochemistry here many of my instructors including dr gilbert, dr ennis, and dr donelson have made learning chemistry fun and exciting, and they have rooted for me also even when the way seemed tough. I know what i will major in already yes, i agree to the terms and conditions of visiting wwwmymajorscom yes, i would like to receive information from colleges, universities, and other organizations that offer educational opportunities that fit my interests. The president and industry groups have called on colleges to graduate 10,000 more engineers a year and 100,000 new teachers with majors in stem — science, technology, engineering and math.
College major quiz you got: enterprising type yuri_arcurs/digital vision/getty images enterprising people are go-getters they like to come up with new ideas and start new things. As an exercise science/nutrition major, i became an expert on getting and staying healthy and i cannot wait to work with clients i'm looking forward to putting my excellent interpersonal skills and communication abilities to work in addition to all that i've learned from my courses. I chose my major of actuarial science because i want to prevent businesses or people from making financial risks or reduce the damage of those risks. A: my advice for students majoring in statistics is to choose an additional major or minor that uses statistics and is of interest to the student i do not consider statistics to be a standalone major.
I switched my major in college, so i have a story to tell for this question if you enjoy programming and computer science, explain to them why that is, why that came to be, what your main interests are in the field. Two university of minnesota college of science and engineering students talk about their interest in earth sciences and what they're learning in their major. This is why i chose my major i chose my major because i want to be able to do something that i know i would love i wanted a job where i knew that i wouldn't dread or hate to be there but would be anxious and excited to wake up at any hour of the day and go to work. When i considered changing majors to computer science at one point, when i inquired i found out that i would be unable to transfer credits from my science classes it was a no-go the curriculum at the time was built w/ prerequisites in such a way that you pretty much had to follow a 4 year plan from day one to graduate on time, which was important. With the college majors assessment, mymajors guides students and gives direction that aligns with their academic achievement, aptitude, work interests, and personal preferences students in the right major are more likely to enroll, persist, and graduate on time.
My favorite thing about being a comm studies major are the experiences i have had-i have done everything from editing a montage to creating a public relations plan, and i have written papers about my favorite movies and written some screenplays of my own. This brings me to the next reason i chose to be an actuary: my love for a good challenge actuarial science is one of the hardest fields to study to succeed, you really need to be focused and driven. Contributing to the healthy gain is the fact that all reported majors in the group posted increases, which ranged from a 14 percent increase for mathematics majors (to $50,500) to 101 percent for architecture majors (to $45,900. Why more americans don't major in the math and science a dwindling proportion of students are majoring in stem fields they're likely making the wise choice. I chose my major essentially because i had a hard time deciding between the other majors there are several majors in the school of foreign service, and they are all international relations majors with concentrations in economics, politics, history, and culture.
I aspire to continue my education in computer science until phd level and delve in research throughout my undergraduate study i am interested in artificial intelligence, especially with the idea of making a robot that can play sports. I chose to major in sociology, because i want to help people with this degree, you can work for the state, in hospitals, nursing homes, and different institutions like drug rehabs. Pltw confirmed my interest in engineering through the many projects we did throughout the year, and physics helped me discover my interest in electronics currently, during my senior year, i am taking a digital electronics course, which is already one of my favorite classes i have taken throughout all of high school.
Biology is one of the subjects you cant go on without biology is the study of life, and therefore whether you plan to graduate as a business or psychology or english major, you need to take a biology course, well a science course but many chose biology as it makes it easier and interesting than chemistry. Two university of minnesota college of science and engineering students talk about their experiences in the computer science major and how they're turning th. In 2015, a national survey found that computer science majors were 35% more likely to have full-time jobs one year after graduation than graduates overall and 22% more likely than stem graduates overall. How did i choose computer science honestly, it was a difficult decision to make although i loved computer science, but my family wasn't willing to let me risk my career this is because cs is considered a declining field in my country most of student opt it if they don't have any other choice.
Don't choose your major based solely on a romanticized image you will not be tank from the matrix if you major in computer engineering the world is not currently under attack from killer robots, and you don't have a crazy ship or a crack team of gun-toting martial artists.