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Business (Accountancy, Marketing, Management) 16 37.21%
Economics 4 9.30%
Law 5 11.63%
Engineering (Civil, Mechanical, Industrial) 6 13.95%
Medicine 1 2.33%
Computer Science (IT, Programming, Networking) 5 11.63%
Education 3 6.98%
Liberal Arts (Mass Communication, Philosophy, Political Science) 14 32.56%
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Life Sciences (Physics, Biology, Chemistry) 5 11.63%
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post #31 of 33 (permalink) Old 09-17-2012, 10:46 AM
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Nice choice. Make sure you master financial and managerial accounting. Tax and intermediate accounting II are puzzling courses.
just started taking this course and have a feeling this will kick my ass.

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just started taking this course and have a feeling this will kick my ass.
It will only get worse. Some laws and GAAP principles are complex and won't make much sense the first, second, or third time through. Accounting is a subject matter that requires a lot of devotion to. If you're organized and willing to work hard in and out of the classroom, you should be fine. Very little mind boggling math involved, but pages of word problems and hypothetical situations. Lots of memorization, too. Having a good teacher helps obviously.


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Never heard that degree in my country, but I've known that when I was chatting with Eastern Europeans.

So what do you guys study basically? How are job opportunities in the market?
Where do you live? I'm in Scotland. It is a specific type of course I only seen a handful of courses this specific from all around when researching it beforehand.

It's one of the better industries for jobs from what I can tell. Although a lot of areas aren't producing as much jobs at the moment, in the entertainment industries many companies are diversifying digitally, especially in the music business, more jobs are available because of changes like that, and that it's a competitive industry so jobs come up more often than they do in other fields, it's not uncommon for contracts to be terminated etc.
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