ranking business degrees

  • Environmental Design (Bachelor’s) – This degree is often pursued as a pre-professional degree for individuals who intend to pursue a master’s degree in architecture and become a licensed architect.
  • Film Studies (Bachelor’s) – Pursuing a career in film is an exciting endeavor with many potential roles. Be it cinematography, production, editing, or a multitude of other specialties, there are more and more ways to be part of the action.
  • Industrial Design (Bachelor’s) – Industrial design is a massive profession. Every product we use on a daily basis was designed at some point before it was produced. Design often focuses less on the engineering of a product, and more on its final form. Ergonomics, user friendliness, kinesiology, durability, and visual appeal are among the many attributes that must be considered throughout the design process. Designers don’t work in a vacuum. They are often part of a design team made up of engineers, business persons, and marketing specialists.
  • Music (Bachelor’s) – There aren’t a ton of music degrees available online, and it’s not hard to understand why. Traditional music programs typically focus on musical performance and instrumentation, so it is much easier for students to learn when they can sing, play, and practice their lessons while they are sitting in the room with the instructor. That’s not to say that options aren’t available online, though!