- Computer and Information Sciences
- Business Administration and Management
- Mechanical Engineering
- Management Information Systems
- Electrical Engineering
- Computer Engineering
As a favorite, The major that has the fourth spot on the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE's) list of top bachelor's degrees are Business Administration and Management. In a survey, 55.6 percent of employers say they want to hire candidates who graduate from this program. With the many college's that offer this degree there are a few that stand out. For the cost, the high level candidate could go to Harvard, Yale, Master of Business Technology (MBT),or the University of Oxford. For the mid level, one could attend University of Phoenix, Southern Methodist University (SMU), Villanova University, and Stanford University. For the most cost effective, one could look into a community college such as Antelope Valley Community College, American Heritage University of Southern California, College of the Canyons, California State University-Northridge, or Truckee Meadows Community College.
In a business management and administration program, one should research what are the needs and requirements for this degree. Though the above list is short, the complete list available is endless. The College Board announces that one could learn as little as the ins and outs of controlling an organization's activities, to one might discuss case studies of issues affecting real companies. Either route is beneficial in the field of business. If one enjoys leadership roles and has a solid problem-solving skill, this major might be a good option for the candidate to look into.
The reason employers look for this degree, is that it increases the candidate's employability. This degree guarantees employers that the candidate understands how business operates and that he or she grasps the core operating concerns. Not only is this a good idea, but it prepares the candidate to compete for a wide variety of entry-level positions.