International Relations - $45,880
International Relations is the study of the relations of states with each other and with international organizations and certain subnational entities such as political parties and interest groups. It is a field of knowledge that studies the interconnection between two or more countries in terms of politics, law, and economics on an international or global level.
Graphic Design – $45,846
Graphic design is explained as art with a purpose. It is visual communication that involves a creative and systematic plan to solve a problem or achieve certain objectives regarding marketing, public relations, advertising, or to optimize the user experience.
Marketing - $45,475
The definition of Marketing is the action or business of promoting and selling products or services, including market research and advertising. It refers to taking a product or service, identifying its ideal customers, and drawing those customers’ attention to the product or service available.
English - $45,000
Being an English major no longer means that you only have the opportunity to become an English teacher upon graduation. Being an English major opens several avenues to many career choices such as journalism, publishing, entertainment, public relations, the non-profit sector, medicine, and several more.
Political Science - $45,000
In the study of Political Science, a student is strongly encouraged to specialize or concentrate on one of several subfields, such as American politics, comparative politics, international relations, political economy, and political philosophy. A degree in political science can open doors to many avenues, including a career in academia or as a lawyer.
History - $45,000
A career in History can span several disciplines, including the arts, business, and government. History majors focus on the general study and interpretation of the past, but successful professionals in this field typically pursue a specific discipline to focus their studies to master their subject area.
Human Resources - $45,000
There are many roles one could pick with a degree in Human Resources. The degree program will more than likely include organizational behavior, leadership, and employment law, which open several doors in the corporate world. However, before considering a career in HR, be sure that you’re a people person!
Journalism - $45,000
Although many say that journalism is a dying field, that isn’t quite accurate. Print journalism may be declining, but it is still as relevant as it ever was, and digital journalism is a field that is only growing. But with a degree in journalism, and all the skills covered in the program, many other career paths open up such as social media management, advertising copywriter, or publicist.
Advertising - $45,000
In the advertising degree program, a student will learn things such as art and design, graphic design, copywriting, psychology, and consumer behavior. The program prepares students for several other careers such as media consultant, copywriter, and media sales specialist.
Philosophy - $45,000
A philosophy degree is a humanities degree which offers a variety of career paths to choose from and can include jobs in the fields of the arts, writing, psychology, and marketing. Study in philosophy includes asking the big questions that have no definitive answers such as “Who are we and why are we here?”
Environmental Science - $45,000
The study of environmental science includes learning how the physical and biological processes that shape the world interact together and using that information to solve some of the world’s biggest environmental issues. The five major fields of study include biology, earth science, physics, chemistry, and social sciences.
Social Science - $45,000
The social sciences study how people interact with others and the environment. This degree program specifically studies society’s institutions (i.e., their structures, theoretical foundations, evolution) and how they affect or are affected by human behavior, according to Kansas State University.
Spanish - $44,256
Majoring in Spanish means that you will be exposed to everything to do with the language, literature, linguistics, film, culture, and history of Latin America and Spain. Other careers that a degree in Spanish can help are foreign correspondent, cultural events coordinator, court interpreter, and the list goes on.
Communications - $44,190
A degree in communications involves taking a broad range of classes such as marketing, sociology, and business as well as the traditional communications courses such as media studies and journalism. Communications majors study so many different courses that overlap other majors, that there are always plenty of career options.
Interior Design - $44,098
The study of interior design differs from the study of interior decoration, in that an interior designer isn’t just focused on the look of a room or a building but is also focused on meeting government certification requirements. A curriculum in interior design could include classes such as architectural history, mechanical systems, and lighting and sound design.
Chemistry - $44,000
The Chemistry major focuses on the complex ways the elements on the periodic table interact with each other. There are a number of career paths that are attributed to a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, such as toxicologist, chemistry teacher, and forensic scientist.
Music - $44,000
A major in music is exactly what it sounds like. Students study their instrument—whether it be their voice, or a piano, or trumpet—as well as music composition, history, and practice as well as other subjects. Some other career paths (other than performing) open to music majors are production manager, music journalist, and/or talent agent.
Film Studies - $44,000
Chances are, no matter what college you pick, the Film Studies bachelor’s degree program will be classified as a Bachelor of Arts degree when all is said and done. The programs typically examine film as an art form, incorporating literature, art, history, world studies, and multimedia studies into the curriculum.
Public Relations - $43,156
A bachelor’s degree in Public Relations involves developing the skills necessary to work as a communications professional who serve as a liaison between an organization and the public. Some areas of study you would see in a public relations program might be corporate communication, advertising, project management, and media law and ethics.
Sports Management - $43,156
A Sports Management bachelor’s degree is a ticket to a behind-the-scenes look at sports from the business side. Someone studying sports management may be interested in planning, organizing, managing, and/or the budgeting aspects of a sports related team or organization.
Education - $43,000
Whether or not they plan to teach, Education majors explore the ways people learn and how best to teach others. Education majors may also study developmental and sociocultural theories to better learn about human growth and how it affects students’ ability to learn, in order to work for an organization that serves to advance education.
Anthropology - $43,000
Anthropology is the study of the human experience, from people in the past to those in the present. An anthropology major would study things like linguistics, culture, biology, and history to find out how they shape human diversity. There are many career paths open to an anthropology major such as political activist, museum curator, or policy analyst.
Hospitality Management - $42,734
A Hospitality Management degree prepares students for a career in restaurant, lodging, and/or tourism management. The curriculum requires organizational and business training. The career paths open to hospitality majors are lodging manager, facility manager, and/or operations manager.
Biochemistry - $42,672
Biochemistry focuses on the scientific study of the chemistry of living systems. Specifically, biochemistry studies life at the molecular level—the chemistry of living things—if you will. Some career paths that a biochemistry major could follow would be research, medicine, biotech, and more.
Liberal Arts - $42,500
A liberal arts degree encompasses a wide range of studies, such as history, literature, writing, philosophy, sociology, psychology, creative arts and more. Liberal arts is designed to prepare students for a variety of career options, rather than one specific concentration. Some career paths that open up for a liberal arts degree are marketing specialist, graphic designer, artist, and/or advertising representative, and many more.
Psychology - $42,000
The study of psychology includes the study of the mind, the brain, and human and animal social interactions and touches on many different areas of psychology such as social, cognitive, abnormal, personality and developmental. In order to practice psychology, therapy, and most counseling, a continuation to Graduate school is necessary.
Sociology - $42,000
Sociology is a social science that analyzes human interactions, and therefore studies individuals, groups, communities, organizations, cultures, and societies—both past and present. Some career paths open to a Sociology degree are management, human relations, and/or research.
Healthcare Administration - $42,000
Graduates of a healthcare administration curriculum typically take on the administrative side of medical services. This means that their role would probably involve working with medical staff to coordinate healthcare services with patients. Typical healthcare administration career paths include medical records or health information technician, medical services manager, and medical assistant.
Social Work - $41,656
A degree in social work involves studying and understanding the different challenges people face and learning how to help by providing basic and counseling services for vulnerable individuals and/or groups. There are several career paths one could take with this kind of degree including, but not limited to social or community manager, correctional treatment specialist, and social worker.
Biology - $41,250
A biology major studies the science behind all living organisms on the planet. This would include the origin, history, characteristics, functions, processes, and habits of all plant and animal life on earth. Some entry level career paths that one could follow with a Biology degree are lab assistant, paramedic, or tutor.