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single degree vs double degree

which has more edge?

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  • -jps--jps- PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    kung kayang mong panindigan ang pagkakaroon ng Double Degree, Go!

    Pero kung gagamitin mo lang pangdisplay yan at pampaganda ng CV, wag na lang
  • -jps- wrote: »
    kung kayang mong panindigan ang pagkakaroon ng Double Degree, Go!

    Pero kung gagamitin mo lang pangdisplay yan at pampaganda ng CV, wag na lang

    whats CV? :)
  • -jps--jps- PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    CV - Curriculum Vitae
  • Sabi nila, taking up a dual degree is more expensive and time consuming rather than you'll take your Master's Degree soon as you finish your undergrad program.
  • Kung single degree vs double degree, obviously, mas lamang ang double degree, excluding all factors.
  • It highly depends on the nature of degrees you are taking up in my opinion. You should ask yourself if your second degree will indeed give you opportunities that your first degree won't give you.

    Accounting - Economics is an example of a double degree course not worth pursuing. When you're already an accountant (business course), there is no need for you to take another business course. Even with a double degree, you'll still land on the same job position and the same basic pay as with single degree graduates.

    Management - Chinese Studies is a good double degree course as your second degree actually opens up more opportunities for you, the same goes to the Juris Doctor-MBA degree.

    Certainly dual degrees are better to look at on the resume than a single degree. However you have to weigh the benefits to the time and money you will invest for the second degree. If there's no significant difference, you might as well start working and gain good work experience already.
  • Possible po ba na mag double-degree ng Engineering? and can you give some more info, salamat!
  • ^I think MAPUA has double degree eng degrees, even triple degrees :)
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