Articles Comments

Debt Relief – Insolvency – Bankruptcy Information » Insolvency » Question about college degree?

Question about college degree?

I wed into a very wealthy family. My question is which degree in a BA would you advise. The company does most business in acquisitions of steel mills/liquidation and manufacturing of steel compontents. www.parkcorp.com. TIA

RELATED POSTS:

  1. Question on Foreclosure Litigation Attorney…? I would like to know what type of degree I need for this, and any other information would help lots....

  2. Student Loan Consolidation question:-College Cost Reduction & Access Act of 2007? What, if any, impact does this have on recent graduates with existing student loans in terms of consolidation? I have...

  3. Economists pl. (I need your opinion)? Is a bachelor degree in economics a must for the following occupations: Accountant,Certified Practising Accountant, Chartered Accountant, Company Auditor, Liquidator,...

  4. No question of insolvency: SKS Microfinance chief In an exclusive interview with NDTV, Vikram Akula, executive chairman of SKS Microfinance said despite the company reporting a...

  5. Law question/Foreclosure question, HOA as defendant? Question: Why would the Homeowners Association be named as a defendant on a foreclosure? Mind you, not as the Plaintiff…but...

Written by

Filed under: Insolvency · Tags: , , ,

2 Responses to "Question about college degree?"

  1. David L says:
    Congratulations on striking it rich. :) A BA in Business with an emphasis on finance would be a very well rounded degree for the type of work I would expect to encounter in the business you describe. Of course, you could also study finance specifically, but a business degree will provide some additional study of communications, marketing, law and whatnot. That would be my suggestion.
  2. Adam B says:
    Business is probably your best bet, but choose a functional concentration like finance or accounting. You will likely be required to fulfill requirements beyond your concentration like marketing, operations, and management strategy. These may or may not be particularly relevant to your family’s business, but they are all worth being exposed to. It is probably also worth talking to you in-laws to find out if there is a specific area of the business that they are trying to grow. You may be in a good position to establish a new area of expertise that would make you valuable to them in their long-term goals for the company.

Leave a Reply

Connect with Facebook

*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Not finding what you're looking for?
Do a custom search of our entire site:

Get Adobe Flash player