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If you plan on a four-year undergraduate degree program, you can enroll at almost any college in any city. Most colleges offer business programs. You will need to decide which area of business you plan on working in. You can select between marketing, sales, advertising, accounting, management, finance and information systems. Go for this degree.

One safe college major students can try is accounting. This a great major for those students who are good at rules, methods and processes, and applying them in new situations.

Accounting degree programs will help prepare graduates to pass the CPA exam. You don't need to be a CPA to work in most private accounting positions, but folks working as a public accountant will need to have their CPA designation. Is there an accounting program in your future? Check out OnlineAccountingDegreeSchools.com.

You could transfer to Indiana and enroll in an engineering, computer science, information technology, business administration or other four-year degree program. See IndianaOnlineSchools.com.

If you have the aptitude for math and computers, applying to a computer science program might be the perfect plan. Computer science degrees are plenty tough, you need to be able to work with some math, and your classmates are going to be pretty darn smart.

However, earning a BS in computer science would be pretty awesome to place on your resume. You can read more.

Another career field that is growing every year is criminal justice. This field includes a pretty wide assortment of different legal and law enforcement jobs.

Some colleges offer undergraduate degrees and even graduate degrees in criminal justice. These programs help train students to work either in a federal law enforcement agency such as the FBI or Secret Service or to advance into a manager position at some other agency, such as a city police department.

Some schools offer short courses that train basic law enforcement. These courses prepare students for entry-level police work, correctional facility work or private security. A few schools place their paralegal and law office training programs under criminal justice as well. Read more at CriminalJusticeSchoolFinder.com.

OnlineCollegeClass.us is a website which offers the user a tool to browse colleges and schools in order to find degree programs and classes.

If you know exactly what kind of major you're interested in getting into, you can learn more about which universities are offering those programs. You could check out bachelor's degrees in accounting. or four-year undergraduate degrees in computer science or information technology at www.SchoolsofTechnology.com.
















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