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What's a good college major where you don't need a whole lot of math?

I am currently attending Bowling green State University. I am horrible at math, and yes, I have tried for years to learn it. I need to find a major that only requires minimal math if that. Any suggestions to a good major, but yet still opening up plenty of job opportunities?

Asked By: Marine Lcpl - 8/25/2010
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Nope - the problem is your requirement specification of "yet still opening up plenty of job... More
Answered By: CoachT - 8/25/2010
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Art. Not just making and selling stuff. Commercial art.
Answered By: Akasya Crosier - 8/25/2010
 
I <3 Ohio... I go to Kent State and my Boyfriend and cousins graduated from Bowling Green, that is a great school... More
Answered By: Bethany - 8/25/2010
 
Well, you could walk over to the art department and the very strong glass blowing section, but your desire for 'plenty of job opportunities' pretty much kills that. In fact, in the remains of the Bush economic disaster, there aren't many opportunities at all. For no math, besides the arts, probably public relations... More
Answered By: mike1942f - 8/25/2010
 
Unfortunately, the majors that don't require math are also the lowest paying one and the ones least in demand - like art, history, English, languages, theater, religion, and elementary education. So at least avoid those majors.
Answered By: eri - 8/25/2010
 
Sonogram tech. english maj./ education criminal justice dental hygienist history
Answered By: Shannon W - 8/25/2010
 
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