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Which courses or study areas are in demand for the USA?

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    Green River College

    Green River College

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    Since covid-19, there are three programs that have seen a significant increase in demand. Number one, logistic or also known as supply chain. Number two, e-commerce or marketing. And number three, data security or computer science.

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    Full Sail University

    Full Sail University

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    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.

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    University of Missouri - St. Louis (United States)

    University of Missouri - St. Louis (United States)

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    One of the most popular degree programs in the U.S. right now is computer science, which you can take in the building right behind me. Also Housing Express Scripts hall, our information systems and technology and our cybersecurity degree programs. Next door is the College of Business Administration with popular programs in business administration, international business, supply chain and analytics and more. We also have a really great biology program, and so we hope you'll come visit us and check these out.

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    Claremont Graduate University

    Claremont Graduate University

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    Hi, everyone, my name is Gabriella. I'm the assistant director of admissions. Right now, the most popular graduate programs in the United States, are business, public health and data science. There is a linkedin 2020 emerging job report that shows the demand for skills based learning and innovation. So we encourage you to explore our degree programs to see which one is a good fit for you.

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    Portland State University

    Portland State University

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    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.

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    Suffolk University

    Suffolk University

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    This is Raffi Muroy from Suffolk University in Boston. The areas in demand in the United States are currently engineering, business, and the sciences, particularly in areas of biomedical research or biotechnology, genetics. There's a lot of demand for people who know that and also in the area of quantitative analysis. So, for example, big data and business analytics are an area that we're seeing a lot of growth in the United States.

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    California State University, San Bernardino

    California State University, San Bernardino

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    Computer science and business are the majors that are in high demand at Cal State, San Bernardino.

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    Iowa State University

    Iowa State University

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    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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    University of North Texas

    University of North Texas

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    Among the largest universities, UNT offers over 230 degrees within 14 colleges and schools. Some of the most in-demand degrees that you get hired upon your graduation includes computer science and engineering, artificial intelligence and cyber security, data and information science, business administration and business analytics.

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    Clark University

    Clark University

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    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.

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    Portland State University

    Portland State University

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    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.

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    Pepperdine Graziadio Business School

    Pepperdine Graziadio Business School

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    Our admission datas are telling us there are a couple of programs are in huge demand. First full time MBA program, if you're looking for a role or industries which the full time MBA that you should consider. Second, master programs designed to address a different business needs such as finance, business analytics, human resources and global business. Last, master program designed to meet a different industry needs such as master program for real estate industry.

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