10 Best Courses To Study In Nigeria

The future is said to hold mouth-watering wonders and humans are dedicated to progress. So yes, The future is bright. When an individual aspires to be something great, it not just about talk and morale but also hard work, diligence, determination, and patience. Greatness differs among people and places. Greatness for one might be painting the Mona Lisa and for another building the titanic. For some greatness is achieved individually and for others, greatness is collectively enjoyed.

All courses available and taught are needed individually or collectively to foster development, but they are major courses and sub-courses(minor courses/branches). I.e poultry science is a minor course under agricultural science. Not to undermine any field or anything but we live in a fast-growing, ever-changing and complex world.

So, some sub-courses doesn’t reach the speed at which the Earth moves. Now believe me all courses are perfect since what one can do such a feature can only be found with a ratio of 75 in 100. And in rare cases 3 in 100. summing up that subject, here is a list of best courses to study in the 21st century. All salaries and statistics were gotten from the Bureau of Labor Statistics(BLS).

10. Architecture:

We live in a world where people are marveled and wooed by tall buildings, big houses, and flashy cars, etc. An architect is a brain behind every construction because he/she first lay down these wonders in two-dimension/paper.

When explained and understood by other builders, they become realities. Architects are responsible for creating man-made beauties, elegant and amazing figures worldwide. Studying architecture might prove to be profitable in the 21st century.

9. Mass Communication:

In a futuristic world where everything is ahead, Various methods of communication to even further distances Ought to have been established. Communication is vital to life not just passing information on the evening news and magazines.

But the ability to spread a message and pass information across large broadband these services are usually appreciated by the general public. media directors may research and analyze the need for a specific audience and then determine what type of communication. The annual salary of a media director is between $63,550 and $102,456.

8. Medicine and Surgery:

Studying Medicine and Surgery has already proven to be profitable in the 19th to 20th century and will be much much more in the 21st century, although there is a lot of niches under surgery I.e neurosurgery, cardiologist, dentistry as so on. So you have a handful of choices. In a world where over 3 billion people live, sicknesses and contagious diseases are inevitable normally caused by over populations, malnutrition, drought, etc.

Medical practitioners and surgeons should be able to limit the mortality rate. Although predictions have been made about machines that would be able to regenerate tissues, cells, organs or even body parts, this would make your job a whole lot easier.

7. Law:

Sociologists have been able to prove that a significant amount of crime is essential for a productive society. is made for each community to develop now studying law students free for chaos but law and order you are there to bring law and order. Lawyers, also called attorneys, can act as solicitors, advocates or/and advisors.

They can work as environmental lawyers, tax lawyers, family lawyers, etc. The median annual wage for lawyers is $118,160.The lowest 10% earned less than $56,910, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $208,000 annually. A federal government lawyer can earn up to $250,000 annually.

6. Builders and Civil Engineers:

The builder is regarded as the man on the ground on-site, While the engineer inspects. Statistics have been able to prove that the world’s population is going to rise with a big bang, over a 15% increase before the next decade.

That means more spaces we are needed and taller buildings will be erected. Don’t confuse a civil engineer with a builder. Civil Engineers inspect the jobs of both builders and architects. Salaries vary in this field, on average Civil Engineers earn $46,400-$102,000. Project Engineers earn $51,000-$85,000 per project.

5. Accountancy:

Accountants ensure all financial records and statements,  taxes and so on are in line with federal laws and regulations and generally accepted accounting principles(GAAP). Accountants also compile the information, Everybody needs an accountant or a manager. Whether you’re a landlord, an architect or an artist.

You’ll need someone to put your income, budget, and expenses into proper account and giving you a detailed analysis to pay. Accountant is usually hired by a private firm or private individuals. The national average annual salary paid to an accountant is $63,550/$30.55 per hour. Accountants with minimal experience or in an entry-level(graduates) position are paid $31,000, while experienced accountants earn over $100,000 per year.

4. Computer engineering:

A computer engineer/software engineer is responsible for developing, testing and evaluating the software that makes computers work.

Hardware and software engineering have already made a solid foundation as a source of both fortune and fame. The richest man in the world as we know it presently at computer engineering/programmers. Most movie showcases the future as a time where everything is computerized and “machine take over the world”. learning how to write code/program can be beneficial to you and future earth. The Median Annual Salary (2015) was $98,260 (for computer software application engineers) and $105,570 (for computer software systems engineers).

3. Mechanical Engineering:

Mechanical engineers design power-producing machines and other machines inside buildings, such as electric generators, internal combustion engines, and steam and gas turbines as well as power-using machines. As mechanical engineering, you can see problems and creative solution to solve it

2. Parasitology and Entomology:

Sending soldiers to battle is a little bit old school, with the push of a button a nuclear warhead can wipe out the battlefield. Viral weaponry and diseases are already being studied. Now having a degree or two in this field or having a new drug/vaccine to counteract their effects will benefit you a lot.  The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) Atlanta, U.S.A., has been able to gain the U.S government trust and support because of their rapid action and techniques used in combating diseases that take a toll on the U.S population. A parasitologist can research several areas, including parasites that affect humans, animals, and plants

BLS held that microbiologists earned a median annual wage of $67,5, food scientists made $65,840 in 2015 and also medical scientists earned a median salary of $82,240 annually in 2015.

  1. Agriculture:

Agronomists have a fairly wide salary range in the U.S. this  career is even more stable than many, even with potential economic fluctuations. This is because food is an essential/stable item in constant demand. All other jobs and courses depend on this singular field for crops, herbs and efficient result for sustenance. While some agronomists will be able to find positions in related fields, the BLS noted, as a whole this career is more stable than many, Other professional courses include Teaching, consultation and research etc.

According to PayScale.com,in January her 2016, most agronomists earned average base salaries between $34,991 – $79,048 per year,  with a total of compensations, loans, bonuses, commissions, and profit-sharing ranging from $33,892 – $84,353 every year.







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