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QWhat will my bachelor degree from a liberal arts college(Middlebury) mean in real life?

I'm trying to figure out if I only major in French or be

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#1JoannaAnswered at 2013-01-07 20:06:01
Your neccessary in graduate school , of course , and will be very interested in specific courses and completed projects related to what you want to go to graduate school . Make sure you have a couple of practice under his belt , and research in any discipline is always a plus , especially if your publication. Your title is what you make of it . I think I'm more well-rounded than many people , and that alone is worth it. You will also have academic contacts and mentors in their teachers ( to know ! ) , Which can help in creating networks. And depending on where you live , your bachelor's degree will have the advantage in 70 % of the other applicants . I double -major , if possible , but none of the options really seem to complement each other except Psychology and Neuroscience and Neuro and Biochem . if you are worried about a good job , Comp Sci and science will be much more lucrative. Its main French will do well if you want to teach. and psychology , you have to go to graduate school for anything
#2Tenderness due to youAnswered at 2013-01-12 23:14:13
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