1. General Studies
Often referred to as an interdisciplinary degree, a degree in general studies allows students to complete the general requirements of their college while maintaining some flexibility to choose concentrations in a variety of topics.
2. Registered Nurse
There are three paths to becoming a registered nurse: an associate’s degree (2 years), a bachelor’s of science in nursing (4 years), and a “second degree” program for students who already hold their degree in another field.
Accounting, business management, finance, human resources and more are all popular fields. Entrepreneurship is an increasingly common goal as well, so if you’ve ever dreamed of starting your own business, it makes sense to have a business degree as a solid foundation.
This degree can cover a broad variety of interests, from careers in the medical field to those involved with preserving the environment. Biology majors may also transition to the lab to do research.
Not all psychology majors want to become psychologists; other possible career paths include social work, human resources, market research and careers in academia.