The study of the environment easily lends itself to passion and the answers are complex and varied. Combined with economics, this major can keep INFP intensely busy reflecting on their values while preparing to sally forth and save the planet after graduation. ESFP is a warm type of personality and well matched to the Caribbean Studies minor which is rather uncommon. Continue reading
ISFJ and the Educational Studies major at Colgate are compatible because of this type’s thoroughness and perseverance. ISFJ is likely to provide a steady, stable class environment for children. This major provides an extensive look at the difficult issues surfacing in our schools. Colgate asks their graduates to critically observe today’s problems and take leadership by implementing solutions. Continue reading
At Colgate University there is an exceptional learning relationship between the student and professor. It is exceptional (F) in the sense of the support provided to the student. It takes the form of faculty prompting student leadership, discovery and invention rather than mentoring confidence. At Colgate support seems to translate into academic courage, so one finds less emphasis than typical on learning centers and tutoring. Continue reading
They are future oriented students who prepare for grad school and then for working in the national labs. They socialize around research and solving problems, eating late night pizza while tackling scientific hypotheses.
Collaboration with team members who are very different from one another is the norm. Continue reading
ESTJ who is attracted to numbers will benefit from a minor in Mathematics at Colby. It would not be unusual for this type to find themselves in the banking industry. With a minor in mathematics, the ESTJ will likely rise to increasing levels of management over the course of a career.
This minor with its strong offerings in both pure and applied math allows the ESTJ to gather just enough solid experience Continue reading