Becoming the CEO of a major corporation almost always requires at least some sort of Business degree (Masters preferably).
However, business (important), marketing, accounting, law, Psychology, philosophy, ethics, history and sociology can provide knowledge of how to succeed in the corporate world.
Knowledge of, and the effective use of, English & other communication methods are quintessential skills for any CEO.
It helps a lot to have a college degree such as an MBA, but becoming a CEO depends upon a great many factors in addition to(or in exclusion of)a college education.
Corporate CEO's are analogous to athletic coaches. Their success against the competition depends upon:
1) Their personal theory of success;
2) Their ability to communicate that theory to others;
3) Their ability to delegate responsibility to the personnel selected to implement that theory;
4) Their ability to amend their theory when necessary;
5) Luck. Good or bad, luck always plays its role:
"The best-laid schemes o' mice and men gang aft agley.(Robert Burns)"
What college courses do you need to take to become a choreographer
Look into Criminal Justice courses!
None are required.
cheristry, physics,and health and mathematics courses
4 years of college
The courses you need to take to become a college surgeon is dependent on the school you applied to. Log on to the school website and take a look at the course list and pre-recs for more specifics about required courses.
None, you just need no brain.
Why not take up Zoology?
go to teacher school
While individual airlines may, from time to time (depending on supply and demand), prefer their flight attendant applicants to have some college, there are no industry requirements for any college courses to become a flight attendant.
High school courses don't matter, none of them will count in college.
At the bachelor's level, it is typically a college algebra and most likely a statistics course.
A pediatrician is a doctor--an M.D. You would need premed courses, and then you would have to go to medical school.
Courses you should take would be biology, mathematics, anatomy, and definitely anything science related.
You will need to get a travel agent license which you can get at a community college within a couple of months. There are no additional courses that are needed to become an travel agent.
One can study how to become a financial planner by taking college courses or classes on insurance, business, real estate, economics, and finance related courses.
just your standard cooking classes at a university or community college
what subjects do you need for demilition job
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You don't have to have qualifications, when you get employed they would train you up.
Before figuring out what courses one has to take, you might try learning how to spell dermatologist correctly first.