Business Degree Tier List (Business Majors Ranked)

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This is the Business Degree Tier list! In this video I will rank many of the common business majors from S tier (Superb) to F tier (Craptastic).

I'm doing a series on this because the college degree tier list video where I ranked college majors did really well and people requested more videos like it.



By the way, I'm sure there will be some that I miss on here, so make sure to let me know and I may make a follow up video where I include other majors that people are interested in knowing about

Keep in mind that these rankings are for business degrees which are pretty good overall, so something in F tier in business might be C tier compared to other degrees.

I don't really explain much in these videos because they would be way too long, make sure to check out my other videos if you want more details.

If you want me to make a business degrees explained video where I go more in depth on the different degrees, I'm testing out different video formats like that right now, so let me know.

Business degrees are good overall but of course some are much better than others and there are also differences between them that would make them better for people on a case by case basis.

The best business degrees on this list might not be the best business major for you, so take it with a grain of salt and always make sure to do your own research.

Also, this is just my opinion based off of my life experience a lot of research. If you think my rankings are off, let me know why in the comments. A few times people have made really good arguments that have changed my rankings, and I'm sure that will happen in the future as well.

Business degrees do get a bit of a bad rap because many people consider them to be easy and also many majors are available as online business degrees.

But the stats show that business degrees are pretty good and on top of that they combine really well with other degrees.

These are some of the most flexible degrees as well because you can work in just about any industry or company.

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Sources and further readings for jobs and college degrees: of labor statistics) center for educational statistics)
payscale(provides information on jobs and degrees)