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Date Posted: 04:31:57 10/07/01 Sun
Author: Zoe
Subject: Which major?

I'm a Chinese student in the process of applying to Vesalius College. After obtaining my undergraduate degree from Velsalius, I plan to eventually return to China and work in an international company, probably in management or personnel.

Right now I'm trying to decide on a major, but I find that many of the majors sound very similar -- Business and Human Resources Management vs. International Managment vs. International Affairs and Economics. There seems to be a lot of overlap in the descriptions of these courses.

I would greatly appreciate it if a Vesalius student could enlighten me as to strong points and weak points of these various majors. Which ones are more practice-oriented, which more theoretical? Do you have any subjective opinions?

Thanks in advance,

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