Jobs have an ever-changing nature, especially so in the digital era, and educational institutions have steadily been catching up to inculcate these changes within some courses. Although science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) courses are still among the most popular, students are slowly trickling towards other subjects on the look out for something different.
Here are some unusual courses that you can pursue:
Traditional coursework in finance has been combined with teaching computer programs and technology in order to enable smooth banking and financial services. Another example would be “Cyber Forensics”. These programs cover courses in digital forensics, cyber-crime, network forensics and Psychology.
These programmes have built in the technology component within a conventional subject area that typically did not involve the use of technology earlier. This is a route that many educational institutions are presently treading on and this has inadvertently become a necessity.