*Want a Bachelor’s degree in Entertainment Business?
*How about a certificate in Mediation?
*Or a Masters in Internet Marketing?
You may laugh or chuckle at the names of these programs, but they are real. Not only are they real, but they are gaining the curiosities of many individuals changing careers and starting new businesses. The news of layoffs continues and people are taking the chance at venturing into more creative and exciting new careers.
Whether you are searching for the online learning experience or traditional colleges, many post-secondary institutions are taking a look at their current programs and adding new ones to diversify people’s interest.
If you are one of the thousands that have had a peaked interest in going to school or returning to college for whatever reason and having thoughts if this is for you, take in mind, these majors can take you places if you are determined. Well critics may ask is a degree in Masters degree in Media Psychology worth it in the real world? It may be if you work for an enterainment mogul needing help with an analysis of the psychological influence on new media projects, internet businesses, or radio programs.
Whatever degree or program you choose, you are going to need to be committed and determined to become successful in these areas.
*Research the demand in your field of choice. If you see there is no demand for floral designers, it may not be a good idea right now to pursue a program in that area. However, if you believe that it will be something for you start a business in this field, by all means, you determination will result in your successes.
*Be mindful of the institution you will attend. There are many “schools” out there that claim all sorts of accreditations, be on the lookout for diploma mills.
*If you are creative, feed your creative bug…want a new career or business that will help explore it, then consider those programs that are accredited and has interesting program choices.
*If your field of choice requires certification along with a degree, make sure that your state requirements line up with prospective school’s program plan. Nothing is worse than apply for certification and licensure, and your school and degree has no significance.
*Stay dedicated to your goals and watch your dreams flourish.…