I have an Associates degree in Cosmetology, what is a good major for me to try at a four year college?

I have attended a two year college and received an associates in Cosmetology but want to go to a four year college as well. I am aware that you cannot attain a masters in Cosmetology but if I were to go back to college what major would my prior knowledge fit best?

Asked By: Deja - 9/25/2012
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I would recommend getting a bachelors degree in business administration, with a specialty in either entrepreneurship, management, real estate, or marketing, in that order depending on what was offered at the nearest large public university with an AACSB accredited business school. Cosmetology involves retail... More
Answered By: JQuick - 9/25/2012
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None of those classes will transfer to a 4-year college or university. If you want to earn a bachelors degree (and eventually a masters, but you need the bachelors first) you'll have to start over.
Answered By: eri - 9/25/2012
It is likely that few if any of your courses from your prior education will be accepted for transfer, so you will essentially be starting over. How about choosing an area that excites you? Perhaps something in the arts. Maybe you have a talent for teaching. Business administration? How about one of the sciences... More
Answered By: Mary - 9/25/2012
Cosmetology is not a real academic subject, it's a certification you get to do people's hair, nails, etc. You can't get into a 4-year college with that "degree" and you certainly can't go any father with it than you already have. You did your certification, go work at a salon.
Answered By: Sophia - 9/25/2012
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