What College Degree is most appealing to you?
If money is not a problem and that you are given the option to take a Bachelor's Degree in a prestigious university of your choice; what would be that Degree that you most desire to finish?
Liberal Studies and/or Music
I enjoy to share my knowledge, I wanted to be an instructor for either middle or high school. Unfortunately I thought that my accent and the fact that English is not my first language would limit my ability to clearly explain a concept. For that reason I decided to go for a Business Degree. And since I had some instructors with bad accents now I am considering to teach at college level. It's a long term goal.
I also love music, I decided business instead for the opportunities. There aren't as many opportunities in music. I still practice and learn about music by myself.
a BS in Animal Care. I just realize I have more patience dealing with dogs and cats than teaching students.
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Back when I graduated from Med school, the field did not give a warm/fuzzy feeling towards females, other than Nursing..and especially MD vs DO. That has changed drastically in the last 30 years. As an Osteopath, not only were there fewer colleges , but very few Osteopathic hospitals. I look back now,although I enjoyed my years in medicine , wish I had gone into research and development and earned my PhD, too late for me now,but I have hopes for my grandchildren... whatever their dream.
i will finish aeronautical and also visual communication...
because i like both the courses...
Probably Child Development. I find I love working with children and teaching is just one of my passions. But I also love to see how children grow and develop into people with personalities and how they learn in school. It would be a great field.
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