If you're like some of Becker's business students, your dream may be to become a trainer for law enforcement K-9s, run your own law practice, or be the co-founder of a game design company. No matter your goals, a business degree from Becker College is the place to start.
Earlier this year, The Princeton Review released its ranking of the top 50 undergraduate schools to study game design, and awarded Becker College the No. 5 spot...in the world. Wondering what makes Becker's game design program so outstanding?
Want to talk business with professionals in the field? Interested in gaining career insight from mentors who know the market? Eager to build your entrepreneurial network right away? If business is your area of interest, find out how Becker College's LinkUP initiative—designed specifically for business-minded students like you—helps you accomplish all of that from day one.
Becker students look forward to all of the things that come with being home for the holidays (ski trips, Netflix marathons, quality time with family), but when it comes to their education, they don't waste any valuable time. Here are the reasons they think intersession is so worthwhile, and why you might want to consider adding a course to next year's winter break plans.
We're sure you've heard about Becker College's commitment to global citizenship before, but depending where you are in your college search, you may not know exactly what a global education means for you. We'll answer that here, and tell you more about how it will impact your career down the road.
If you've considered a career in psychology, you may already know that some paths will require a master's degree. At Becker College, we've made the transition from our undergraduate to graduate psychology programs easier than ever.
We hear it from our students all the time: Becker just felt like the perfect fit. While we take pride in our campus community, we know how easy it can be to get caught up in spacious dorms, cool cafes, and a lively social scene. Becker has all of that, but to be sure that you're choosing a school for the right reasons, we recommend considering these (academic-related) factors, too.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need for market research analysts is expected to grow by more than 41 percent through the year 2020. To help fulfill the demand for skilled professionals with an understanding of big data, we introduced the B.S. in Data Science. Who better to tell you more about the program than the person who founded it, Professor Feyzi Bagirov?
What schools are you looking at? What clubs do you want to join? What are you going to study? And so begins the typical stream of college search questions. Well, you probably know where you're looking, and you know which extracurriculars interest you, but choosing a major—that can take time. We realize that many soon-to-be college students don't have it figured out quite yet. That's why we go the extra mile to help you choose the field that suits you—and give you a year to do it.