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Guide to College Majors, 2010 Edition (College Admissions Guides) Paperback – February 2, 2010
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No other book offers you so much pertinent information on so many college majors.
- Ways to Prepare
- Career Options
All the information you need to make a decision.
This guide gives you up-to-date, relevant information on more than 300 majors, including:
? African American Studies
? Child Care
? Culinary Arts
? Data Processing
? English Literature
? Human Resources
? Interior Design
? Library Science
? Molecular Genetics
? Physical Therapy
? Radio and Television
? Real Estate
? Social Work
? Urban Planning
? Women?s Studies
? Zoology --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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The Princeton Review is the fastest growing test-preparation company in the country, with over 60 franchise offices in the nation. Each year, we help more than 2 million students prepare for college, grad school, professional licensing exams, and successful careers. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Top customer reviews
This is a Very Helpful Book - in that it does give students some idea of what occupations are available to them (and potential occupational need) in planning for their future.
The basics is absolutely redundant information. They basically state the obvious.
The if you like this, you may like... is a little helpful, but also quite obvious. If you're interested in German, of course you might like Russian. May be helpful, though.
Suggested prep is also redundant. If it's a math major, take high level math. Science, science. Language, language. Medical, take anatomy.
The sample curriculum is interesting. Doesn't do too much for someone making a decision on what to major in, though.
The fun facts seem to be just space fillers. Any joke ones are extremely dry and boring, and other facts are usually just odd.
Salary is good to know, as well as career options. This, in my opinion, is the only useful part of the book.
I'm undecided when it comes to a college major. I know I want to major in a social science. This book did absolutely nothing to help me determine which one.