College Majors: A Complete Guide from Accounting to Zoology
An easy to use, comprehensive reference tool for students, parents, teachers, counselors, and librarians--the first to describe all 399 majors offered in U.S. colleges and universities (including such lesser-known majors as equestrian science, museology, and film animation).
Each entry gives a description, levels offered (associate, bachelor's, master's, doctoral), typical courses, related and complementary majors, needed abilities, and career possibilities.
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