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University of Texas at Austin Majors

“The University of Texas at Austin offers bachelor’s degree-seekers more than 170 fields of study across 13 colleges and schools. Some of these come with prerequisites; check them out before you apply…” School of ArchitectureMcCombs School of BusinessMoody College of CommunicationCollege of EducationCockrell School of EngineeringCollege of Fine ArtsJackson School of GeosciencesCollege of Liberal ArtsCollege of Natural SciencesSchool […]

Real Cost of Student Loans

“Student loan debt now stands at more than $1.35 trillion, a figure that has nearly tripled over the past decade. With more than 43.3 million Americans holding student loan debt, according to the Federal Reserve, understanding the true cost of student loan debt has become more important than ever before.Estimates for the average student loan debt held by each borrower […]

4 Steps for Declaring a College Major

 “The hiring trends in the post 2007 financial crisis world is showing signs that when it comes to getting a job upon graduation, a student’s major matters. Recent studies show students majoring in engineering, computer science, education and health care tend to have better hiring prospects in the anemic labor market. ​Current students might be […]

Best Cities for Recent Grads 2016

“College seniors are graduating to an improved jobs outlook: Employers plan to hire 11% more college graduates from the class of 2016 than they did for the class before, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers. But location can play a huge role when these new graduates are ready to launch their careers. […]

Should You Get Your Master’s or Ph.D.? How to Determine if Grad School is Worth It

“The decision to attend graduate school varies greatly among those with bachelor’s degrees, according to a 2015 study by Georgetown University. For example, 77% of students who major in health and medical preparatory programs attend grad school, compared to 55.7% of public policy students, 38.4% of students who major in finance, and 1.3% of architectural […]

Say No to Student Loans: 4 Ways to Pay for College Without Going Into Student Loan Debt

“This year’s college graduates are leaving school with an average of $37,172 in student loans – up from $35,000 last year. This represents an all-time high for average student debt levels. And many students and families are searching for solutions to avoid becoming part of the crisis. With the heavy push to secure a college degree combined with the […]