Business Associate, Engineering, Computer Science, and Education Graduates Currently in Highest Demand

By James Collister on August 22nd, 2010

Online College StudentsPart of choosing a college major involves considering future employment prospects. A recent survey is giving students inside information into the current job market. Based on the responses of over 1,000 students from more than 200 colleges and universities, employers most often hire graduates with the following top 4 majors:

1. Business Associate Degrees

Business degrees refers to graduates of accounting programs, finance programs, and marketing programs. Popular universities where students are pursuing business associate degrees include:

2. Engineering Degrees

The largest engineering specialties are mechanical engineering and civil engineering. Major engineering colleges are Warren National University and Westwood College.

3. Computer Science/MIS Degrees

Computer science and MIS (management of information systems) majors were one of the largest groups of graduates hired in 2006. Top schools for computer degree programs include:

4. Education Degrees

Associate, bachelor, and graduate education degrees were also in high demand in 2006. Education alumni are graduating from schools like:

For more information about choosing a college major, prospective students are encouraged to visit, the leading education and career resource website. Students can search for degrees based on major of interest and school of choice. To request more information from any school listed above, simply click on the school and submit the information request form.

Category: Business and Management,Computers and Technology,Education and Teaching,Science and Engineering

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