Not exactly. For most universities, in your first year or even your second year you tend to complete your general education requirements. These are your englishes, your maths, sciences, histories, etc. After your first year, you get more into your major and your minor. You pretty much do them all at the same time. In the example of myself, I chose a minor in Economics and I've already began taking Economics classes because they were an option for my general education requirements. I'm also planning to minor in Finance but I have not begun taking classes for it. I have begun taking classe that work towards my major though, which is Marketing. I am currently a sophomore at a University.
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.
You can choose both, but no you do not have to. You can into college/university with an 'undeclared major' and choose a major later. Your first two years (at universities) are general studies anyway, meaning you don't take program specific classes anyway. Minors are optional.
4 years of college.
Depends on the college and your major. There is a general ed requirement of 60-64 credits. Then, depending on your major/minor, 36+ credits. The school I'm at the requirement (total) is 120 credits in 4yrs, though it takes most people 6 because there aren't enough classes. However, I'm transferring to a small, liberal arts school and the total requirement is 128 credits in 4 years.
The minor is within the bachelor's degree, which takes approximately four years to complete as a full-time student. In other words, you cannot just take a minor.
it depends on your major but most degrees can be earned in 4 years
how many years do you have to go to college to major in criminal justice?
Depending on the major you may be in school for two years, four years, or more
a major in chemistry requires 6 years
Normally 4 years, but it depends on ur major
It varies from college to college, and sometimes also varies depending on your major.
it is four years of regular college get your B.S. degree in Bilogy major and chemistry as a minor that is the best option and give the MCAT then go to the medical school which is four years and after that there is 4-5 years of residency to become a brain surgeon
7 years. first you would take 4 years of pre-law at most major universities. Then you would apply to law school which is relatively competitive.
There is no such thing as a minor degree. Typically, four year colleges and universities offer minors in many areas. However, a minor is not a degree nor does it meet the requirements of a degree. Students declare a major program of study (typically four years), and can choose to take with that major, a minor program of study. Still, the degree whether with or without a minor requires - in most cases - your years of study.
Four years of college, four years of medical school, and three to five years as a resident at a hospital.
As of 2011, about 38 percent of the Major League Baseball players had played in college. Within the past 10 years, approximately 56 percent of the picks in the first round in the MLB draft are college players. Only about 10 percent of male college baseball players will get drafted.
you must be able to spell 'college', first.
The first, i had no idea what i was doing!
If you want to finish in 4 years, your minor would be a subject that complements your major. For instance, Art and English Lit might share the fine arts electives. If your major is in art and your minor is in biology, the electives that would contribute to the minor would be completely different, so you would be adding courses to your degree.
You will need 4 years of college with a science major and usually a minor in science as well. You also need a good grade average (GPA) to apply to Med School and also do well on the MCATs (medical college aptitude tests). Medical college is 4 more years. This is basic. Then further training. 1-3 years as an intern/resident. Many programs for specialties require 1-6 more years.
An English major in college requires 8 semesters of English classes. All majors require that many classes.
I believe you only need a Bachelor's degree, so 4 years in college. I am a criminal justice major myself.
Go to a Professional Umpire School (there are 2) in January. Then go through the Minor League system for many years. After 10-15 years, you may be able to get a Major League job. Chances are very small for most Minor League umpires, though.
4 norm u depend on your major
She hasn't ever went to college to pursue a degree....but in the last couple of years she has talked of wanting to in the future....but she did take an acting class a few years ago at a major college.