Beyond Majors and G.P.A. is back in this second edition, once again seeking to calm a number of fears that students have. Many students believe that choosing a major means automatically closing career doors; that anything under a 4.0 Grade Point Average will spell disaster; and that something must be wrong if a student stays in college longer than four years. Relying on a combination of personal stories, those of a number of friends, and even those of working professionals, the book demonstrates that beliefs like these cannot be further from the truth.
In addition, Beyond Majors and G.P.A. offers resources and strategies on a number of topics that are important both during and after college. Topics covered include financial literacy, building leadership skills, networking, goal planning, entrepreneurship, and personal/professional development, among others.
Authored by a recent graduate while still in college, Beyond Majors and G.P.A. is once again edited by a current student and features a powerful Foreword by a recent graduate.