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Can you have a major and a minor when attending a four year college?


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2008-01-11 13:49:49
2008-01-11 13:49:49

Yes you can. The minor should enhance your major program of study, and increase your marketability within the work force. There are a number of reasons for taking a minor, but this is just one out of many. If your major is business for example, taking a language as a minor could help your career marketability, In other words, individuals who are bilingual have a real advantage in organizations that either have a diverse population or who have a global organization.

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Here in the Philippines, in a four year course, you can get your minor subject in two years and the remaining two years is for the major subjects.

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It could be three reasons They don,t get high enough grades to get into a four year college. They can,t afford four yearcollege. Or they do not know what they want to major in. If theydo not know what to major in they can explore their interest and pick a major then tranfer to a four year college. And if their grades are not high enough they can tranfer to a four year college if they pull their grades up.

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Well I think it would depend on the college but if you were attending a fashion college, the major would be fashion design but a four-year or a community college might have it under a different name. A great fashion college for fashion design is (FIDM)The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in LA. The school has years and years of experience in the fashion industry and many famous fashion designers graduated from FIDM.

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An oncologist needs to attend medical school after attending a four-year school. Pre-med is a good undergraduate major, if offered at the school you choose. Check with a high school guidance counselor, or college carreer counselor with more questions.

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The four most basic modes are the Ionian (Major) Mixolydian (Major with a flat seventh tone) Aeolian (Minor) and Dorain (Minor with a sharp sixth tone).


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