YouTube Channels to Subscribe to Based on Your Major

According to YouTube, the famous, go-to site for video content has more than one billion users, which is “almost one-third of all people on the Internet.” That’s an extreme amount of content to watch, so there’s guaranteed to be a channel you enjoy that you haven’t stumbled across yet. To make your life a bit easier, here’s a list of a few YouTube channels to definitely check out based on your major. While you’re doing so, make sure you’re subscribed to Manhattanville College’s very own channel! Some other campus organizations and clubs that have a presence on YouTube include the GoValiants, MVL Radio, Manhattanville Video Project, and Mville Minds in Motion.

Accounting, Finance, Economics, etc.  

The Financial Diet  

Forbes

Art: Studio Art, Art History, etc.

                  The Art Assignment

Business: Business Management, Marketing, and Music Business

                  Amy Landino

                  GaryVee

Communications

                  Ted X Talks

                  Vox

                  CharismaonCommand

Computer Science

                  Computerphile

Digital Media Production

                  YCImaging

                  Mango Street

                  New Age Creators

Dance

                  1 Million Dance Studio

                  Wildabeast Adams

                  Mitches’ Moments

English: Creative Writing, Film Studies, and Literature

                  GoldDerby

                  CinemaSins

                  The Write Channel

History

                  Footofaferret

                  Travel Film Archive  

Music

                  NPR Music

                  Mahogany Sessions

                  ThePianoGuys

Musical Theatre

                  Team Starkid

                  Katherine Steele

Philosophy

                  Philosophy Tube

                  BigThink

Political Science

                  Intelligence Squared Debates

                  John Oliver Last Week Tonight

Science: Biology, Chemistry, Physics

                  DeepLook

                  Minutephysics  

                  SixtySymbols

Sports Studies

                  Bleacher Report

                  The Fumble