Frequently Asked Questions: Choosing College Courses
What course should I take?
That’s kinda difficult to answer because you’re the only one who can tell what’s going to be the best for you. It’s probably best if you’ll check out the individual overviews of the courses available in the Philippines so you can assess them for yourself.
I’m good at English, what course should I take?
If you’re looking for courses that are mostly related to the English language, courses like AB English, AB Linguistics, AB Communication, AB Broadcasting, AB Mass Communication, AB Journalism, AB Literature, and Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English might appeal to you.
I’m good at Mathematics what course should I take?
That would depend on several factors, but if you’re looking for courses that have plenty of Mathematics-related subjects, you might want to check courses like BS Accountancy, BS Statistics, BS Mathematics, and BS Applied Mathematics for starters.
Aside from those, you might also want to check out courses like BS Information Systems, BS Information Technology, BS Computer Science, BS Civil Engineering, BS Mechanical Engineering, BS Electrical Engineering, BS Electronics and Communications Engineering, BS Chemical Engineering, and BS Aeronautical Engineering.
Is BS Business Administration major in Marketing a difficult course?
“I’m a graduate of BSBA major in Marketing. Okay naman iyong course. Di naman masasabing mahirap. May konting Math na involved, pero mostly ang focus talaga ay nasa diskarte sa pagbebenta. Di naman required na may experience ka sa negosyo basta willing kang matuto at merong kang good communication skills. ” – Mela.
I’m torn between <insert first course here> and <insert second course here>, which should I choose?
Have you tried comparing the curricula of both courses? Maybe you could note down the subjects that you like from each course then you could try to see which course has more subjects that you like or you are interested in. It will also help you assess which course has more subjects that you think you’ll have a hard time with. That way, you can prepare yourself in advance.
Are there a lot of jobs available for graduates of <insert course here>?
You can find the list of jobs that are projected to be in demand in the next three years on this page. If the job you are looking for is not on the list, try to browse for jobs at employment websites like Jobstreet, JobsDB, or Phil-job.