When your degree doesn't really apply to the job and they don't specify what type should you take major out?

I am applying for production manager jobs (what my experience is in) but my degree BS major was in electronic media. Usually these positions want a degree in Engineering or Business Management. If they don't specify should I leave what my major was in out of my resume so they don't disregard my resume before they talk to me?

Asked By: thebuffettour - 5/19/2008
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Its usually your experience that speaks for your qualifications; not the degree. I know someone with a masters in Psych and became a police officer; is now a liutenant.
Answered By: anaise - 5/19/2008
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I would think you can leave it out and just provide the name of university and year year of graduation. I would write under education the degree received so the employer doesn't think I'm lying about my education. Many times employers are looking for someone with a certain amount of education. Do highlights the skills... More
Answered By: HBsB - 5/19/2008
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