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Im graduating from college with a BS. Want to do?  Reply with quote  

All my college classes were pretty much non-business except for Introduction to Accounting. (And I will take MicroEconomics over winter break to make up a little bit). I really would rather not stay as a super-senior but should I do so in order to take a year of business classes? (intro to accounting 2, etc.) What should I do and where do I go from here? What business jobs should I apply to and how?
Post Tue Dec 17, 2013 6:33 pm
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I'd recommend speaking to an Academic Advisor at your college. The Advisor will be able to take a look at the courses you've taken and make recommendations based on what courses are available.

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Post Wed Dec 18, 2013 12:28 am
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Another semester has passed.

What did you decide and where are you in your life/career/education?

Additional business education can be beneficial in many fields.

Example: A Register Nurse who adds business courses to her resume' increases the career opportunities open to them, such as Director of Nursing.

For every void in your education, you'll have to rely on others (and their honesty) when you need assistance in those areas.

Good luck in whatever career you pursue.

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