10:10 a.m. - Mike DeSenne, Kiplinger
What are the best college majors for a lucrative career?
10 Best Majors for Your Career
- Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Computer Science
- Civil Engineering
- Information Systems Management
- Information Systems
- Information Science
Related Link: Kiplinger: Best College Majors for a Lucrative Career
10 Worst Majors for Your Career
- Human Services and Community Organization
- Fine Arts
- Social Work
- Early Childhood Education
- Art History
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Studio Arts
- Mass Media
- Family Consumer Sciences
Related Link: Kiplinger: Worst College Majors for Your Career
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