Which courses or study areas are in demand for the USA?
You asked, we answered. You asked "Which courses or study areas are in demand for the USA?" and we gathered short videos from institutions, students and our IDP counsellors giving their answers and opinions.
Whether your student who's undecided know exactly what you want to study or looking to make a career switch, it's always helpful to know what fields are in demand. In the US right now, information technology and analytics are booming. Clark University offers a variety of analytics degrees ranging from business analytics and data analytics to more specialized degrees such as marketing, analytics and accounting analytics. We also offer STEM degrees and project management and information technology.
Portland State University
That are in demand at Portland State are accounting, supply and logistics management, community health, graphic design, engineering. It depends from university to university, but those are some of the courses that are very much in demand at Portland State University.
California State University, San Bernardino
Computer science and business are the majors that are in high demand at Cal State, San Bernardino.
Portland State University
Portland State offers about 200 plus majors that students can take, some majors that are in demand are business, engineering, psychology, community health and graphic design.
Full Sail University
So what programs are in demand? I would say technology degrees, there is a high demand for technology in the job industry and not enough people that have these skill sets. So by completing a program in one of these areas, you're setting yourself up for success. And we have certificates, associates, bachelor's and master's degrees in these areas. And examples include computer science, information technology, cybersecurity and simulation and visualization. So that's definitely an area to consider.
Iowa State University
Some of the most popular majors that employers are looking for, our data science and computer science, but there are literally thousands of employers who want to hire students for internships and for jobs. And so there are just lots of opportunities, no matter which majors or programs a student might choose at Iowa State.
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