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  1. #106
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    BS in General Engineering
    MS in Structural Engineering

  2. #107
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    BA in Animal Behavior (Minor in Film & Media)
    M.S.Ed. in Secondary Science Education

  3. #108
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    Going for BS in IT. Although I dont know what concentration I want to do IT, I can do either database, network, or app development.

  4. #109
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    BS in Economics, with a certificate in business foundations (a little more course-work than a minor) from the Kelley School of Business...

    I'm on track to graduate in May

    #iubb

  5. #110
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    Quote Originally Posted by conway429 View Post
    ^ CSC was really easy, are you planning on doing CFA or anything?

    Your sig is hilarious...
    Thx... Might do CFP soon... Will eventually do a masters at some point too.

  6. #111
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    BA in Social History
    Teaching Credential for Social Sciences (by far the most extensive program I went through)
    MA in History (U.S.)

  7. #112
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    BS in Marine Transportation/ Logistics Management
    Working on a masters in security management.

  8. #113
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    raiderposting, I can't respond to your VMs, so I hope you see this.

    I stopped with my BS in Health Sciences, but I also got a BS in Biology, which is far more valuable. With just a BS in Health Sciences I'd basically have nothing but a piece of useless paper. I got a job immediately at a private company that does soil/water testing in a laboratory as a lab tech...which is big around here because of all the natural gas drilling. It was interesting, and I learned a ton about radiochemistry, but the commute was over an hour each way and I got paid pretty iffy.

    I moved on to a research job at the University of Pittsburgh. I'll be here for 2 years total, barring anything crazy happening, and after that I'll decide if I want to go get my PhD in something or not. Either way, it's a tremendous experience.

    Definitely get your masters in either Health Car Administration or Accounting. Having a masters in either is pretty valuable. I can't say I can recommend one more than the other. I know HCA is a really good degree to have, but accounting obviously is far more broad. They each have their pros. I can't really help you out with that too much, sorry.
    this my sig

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