Some college degrees mean more than others in the long run.
A recent study conducted by Bankrate, a personal finance site, says degrees in business, scene or math are what college students should look to.
The study finds that these degrees pay high and have a low unemployment rate.
Degrees that often lead to lower pay include fine arts, culinary arts and cosmetology.
We stopped in at Minot State University to find out what college students in our area are interested in majoring in.
“Most of our first year students are looking at nursing degrees –we have a high demand in education of course as well– criminal justice is another major that gets a lot of applicants biology is often a high program –nursing tends to be one our highest inquiry and applicants programs though,” said director of enrollment services Katie Tyler.
She adds that many incoming freshman come in undecided.