I have a bachelor's in Science, focus was in Social Work. What Master's can I pursue for a different career choice?
I have worked briefly in the social work field and am not sure it is for me. I have a Bachelor's in Science, focus on social work. I would like to know what my choices are for a Master's to focus on a different career choice that may make me happier?
I would recommend first figuring out what type of Master's program would most interest you. There are many examples of people choosing Master's programs that are not related to their Bachelor's degree. You can find many great Master's programs here: Master's Degree Programs Online. I would highly recommend contacting the schools of the programs that interest you by clicking on the "Request Information" button.
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