What type of degree and skills would a college want from somebody who wants advise and register undergraduates on what distribution courses all students need to take (basic English, Humanities, Sciences, etc.) and help students decide on a major (students with a major would have an adviser within that department)? I don't know computer programming but I think I could learn how to use a computer system to register students pretty easily. I'm good at rote memorization and understanding graduation requirements and the order courses need to be taken in. For example, at Hofstra University if a student thinks there is any chance he or she will want a BBA, he or she should take Economics 1 and 2 and other courses all Business students need during his or her first year otherwise the student risks not being able to complete the Business major requirements within four years.