Top 10 Degrees Subjects To Study In College


This research was executed by University Which on Top 10 Degrees Subjects To Study in College. There were about 10 Degree Subjects to study that will make earn massively from any company, below are listed degree subjects to study in Nigeria.

1. Dentistry

Dentistry qualifications are superb and steady profession is high of your precedence list. It is one of the vital and only few course to study in the market competent to rival medicine for the strongest employ ability potentialities and establishing income around. The recession seems to have barely touched early career choices available for brand spanking new dentists – 95% of dental graduates had been working as dentists after six months.

2. Chemical & Energy Engineering

With a scarcity of Chemical Engineers in Nigeria, Chemical Engineering grads are one of most wanted engineers in our society. This is likely one of the uncommon degrees that have high salary earners in our society – although the latest drop down in the oil enterprise would decrease salaries in Nigeria and some countries outside Nigeria just a little, these degrees are in sufficient demand. Most graduates take a longer course that leads to an MEng – which is what you must take if you wish to be a Certified Engineer.

3. Medicine

Medical Course have, and will for sure proceed to have, one of the most pleasant employment results of any course in terms of earnings expectations and long-term possibilities. Unsurprisingly, most graduates go into jobs within the medical sector. If you are taking a shorter pre-medical course, you’ll be able to proceed on to extra certified and recognized medical training to archive an accepted qualification, which explains why a high percentage of grads are ‘in further study’ for six months after graduation.

4. Marine Technology

A specialist degree with a range of outcomes, marine technology complements our national strength in offshore and naval industries. Only a couple of hundred people are awarded marine technology degrees every year and those who get them tend to be in well-rewarded jobs in engineering, maritime construction and water transport. Marine courses are becoming more popular in Nigeria because an individual can afford to pay for a short term course.

5. Operational Research (Maths)

With advanced analytical and problem-solving skills, operational research grads are attractive to a wide range of employers across multiple sectors including business and manufacturing company. Typically, a large proportion of 2013 graduates are working in finance, but some pursue careers in management consultancy or IT.

6. Mechanical Engineering

The engineering hotspots of the Midlands had a higher average starting salary – and there are a range of jobs available for mechanical engineering graduates, particularly in vehicle manufacture, aviation, consultancy, the gas industry and a host of other areas of manufacturing.

7. Economics

Over half of 2013’s economics grads are now business and financial professionals, but some go into areas including public sector management, retail and the growing field of marketing. It’s also quite common for economics graduates to go into jobs such as accountancy which require you to take more training and gain professional qualifications. (This research was sited for United Kingdom)

8. Aerospace Engineer

A specialist degree with a little over a thousand graduates a year, aerospace engineering graduates are in demand for their specialist skills and so are targeted by industries dealing with air and space vehicles – transportation and defense especially. Graduates from the discipline are flexible and are found in many other industries, but the demand and rewards from aerospace and defense mean that most stay in roles directly related to those industries.

9. Veterinary Medicine and Dentistry

Most graduates get jobs – as vets – on graduation and starting salaries are much higher than average. Not surprisingly, they work in mainly rural areas, although there are some jobs in practices in urban areas – even in Nigeria.

10. Statistics

We’re entering the era of Big Data, where the huge masses of social, economic and personal data that have been enabled by the rise of online information gathering techniques are waiting to be analyzed by statistically-literate graduates. That, coupled with a general concern that the population at large isn’t quite as comfortable with stats as they could be, means that many statistics graduates are finding themselves in demand across a range of industries. The finance industry – banking, insurance and accountancy especially – naturally attracts its fair share of statistics graduates, but other industries, such as education, Government, health and marketing, all have an interest in recruiting in-demand statisticians.

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