S.C. college studies see big swing to science- Greenville News

“The reasons for changes here and elsewhere are largely related to the fast pace of innovation,” said George Hynd, provost at the College of Charleston.

Technology and science have accelerated further development of existing careers and sparked creation of new fields of study and employment, Hynd said.

Helms, Doerpinghaus and Denny Ciganovic, director of the College of Charleston Career Center, also predict that popular majors in 2020 will include “green” sustainability related studies and entrepreneurship, and that business, science, engineering and psychology will remain in demand.

Ciganovic said the government job sector will continue to grow, and a wide variety of backgrounds including liberal arts, accounting, finance, and science will be needed.


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