Studying in the US
In the United States there are two types of undergraduate degrees that offer a wide array of academic programs and majors for all students. In order to be eligible for admission you will need to complete the TOEFL as well as the SAT or the ACT.
A Bachelor’s degree is what is typically referred to as a College degree in the United States. There are over 2,000 Colleges and Universities offering four year programs in which students can earn a bachelor’s degree. The first two years usually consist of a general education curriculum that covers a range of subjects including social sciences, humanities, English, history, mathematics, and natural or physical sciences. After the first two years’ students begin to focus their studies on their major of choice. Each University offers its own academic programs and majors.
An Associate degree is offered at Junior and Community Colleges and usually takes about two years to complete. Students often earn their Associates degree and then transfer to a four-year institution to complete their bachelor’s degree.
Below are some examples of the majors that are offered by Colleges and Universities in the United States:
- Animal Studies
- Art History
- Drama/Theatre Studies
- Environmental Science
- Exercise Science
- International Business
- International Relations
- Sport Science
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