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I’m a science and art major, so I have to say this one’s a no brainer.
But, as far as I know, it is.
I feel this is a problem, because arts and science degree can be an impediment to learning. We feel so limited when we have to take a single class in our major, and then have to take another class in some unrelated area to complete a degree. It can become a chore.
To get a arts or science degree, you have to take at least three additional classes. But if it’s not the same class that you needed to complete the degree, you can often save a lot of time by taking the same class twice (and taking courses in the area you need to complete a degree).
This is a great way to save time. I personally took the two classes required to complete both of my degrees at university, but I could have done it in less time if I had taken just one class to complete the degree. I’m not sure how much this is true for all arts and science degrees, but it’s a bit less time consuming than taking three classes.
Like most things in life, having a degree in art or science can come in handy, but it’s not always the end all be all. Some degree programs can require that you take additional classes in specific areas of the degree. For example, art and science majors are required to take art courses, so if you want to do your degree in history and art you would need to take art classes. Other major degree programs do not have a specific art or science course section.
Like art and science majors, art and science majors are supposed to take certain fields of study, but in general it is recommended that they take a minimum of five courses (not necessarily art) and at least two courses (not necessarily science) in each field.
However, it is possible to get a science degree through an art major. I know three different art majors who took art degrees and are now successful art professionals. I know another art major who is now a successful artist, musician, and writer. Both art majors graduated with an art degree as well. When I was studying art, I took a number of art courses. Some of them were not especially art-related, but they were still in the “arts” section of my degree.
The thing is, people who have an arts degree usually start pursuing a career in the arts, because the arts seem to be a great way to gain a social status and a professional reputation. Not all arts majors are successful, but it’s still possible to get a degree in an art-related field.
The thing is, all a degree in is that it gives you a skill set that is useful to your chosen career. But that’s not what most people consider an arts degree. Those people want an arts degree to get a degree, and the arts degree is something that has nothing to do with art. It’s a degree in something else.