Book of Majors 2013: All-New Seventh Edition

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Macmillan, Jul 3, 2012 - Study Aids - 1360 pages
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The Book of Majors 2013 helps students answer these questions: What's the major for me? Where can I study it? What can I do with it after graduation?

Revised and refreshed every year, this book is the most comprehensive guide to college majors on the market. In-depth descriptions of 200 of the most popular majors are followed by complete listings of every major offered at over 3,800 colleges, including four-year, two-year and technical schools.

The 2013 edition covers every college major identified by the U.S. Department of Education — over 1,100 majors are listed in all. This is also the only guide that shows what degree levels each college offers in a major, whether a certificate, associate, bachelor's, master's or doctorate. The guide features:

• Insights — from the professors themselves — on how each major is taught, what preparation students will need, other majors to consider and much more!

• Updated information on career options and employment prospects.

• Inside scoop on how students can find out if a college offers a strong program for a particular major, what life is like for students studying that major, and what professional societies and accrediting agencies to refer to for more background on the major.

 

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