Sims 4 University Degrees Guide

Everything you should now about degrees in The Sims 4.

Degrees in The Sims 4 seem obvious on the surface, but you can be left scratching your head when it comes time for your sim to choose their path. We've organized all the important details for degrees in The Sims 4 below.

What are distinguished degrees?

This is one of the most common questions you'll see players ask when it comes to degrees in The Sims 4. Simply put, distinguished degrees are a type of degree you can enter based on high school grades. If you get a distinguished degree, your post-college job will promote you faster, give you more money, and even more paid time off.

Degrees from Foxbury Institute

Foxbury Institute is the more modern of the two higher education options, so it makes sense that it would prioritize STEM options for its distinguished degrees.

Degree TypeDegree NameJobs w/ Degree
RegularArt HistoryCritic, Painter, Style Influencer
RegularCommunicationsBusiness, Politician, Social Media, Writer
RegularCulinary ArtsCritic, Chef
RegularDramaEntertainer, Social Media, Actor
RegularFine ArtEntertainer, Gardener, Painter, Style Influencer, Interior Decorator
RegularHistoryLaw, Military, Politician
RegularLanguage and LiteratureLaw, Writer
DistinguishedBiologyAthlete, Gardener, Conservationist, Doctor
DistinguishedComputer ScienceCriminal, Engineer, Tech Guru
DistinguishedEconomicsBusiness, Education, Conservationist
DistinguishedPhysicsAstronaut, Engineer, Scientist
DistinguishedPsychologyEducation, Secret Agent, Detective, Military
DistinguishedVillainyAstronaut, Criminal, Secret Agent

Related: 5 Best Sims 4 Career Mods in 2022

Degrees from University of Britechester

The University of Britechester is the quintessential classic college, with sprawling grounds, old towers on campus, and rich student culture. Naturally, this university prioritizes the arts for its distinguished degrees.

Degree TypeDegree NameJobs w/ Degree
RegularBiologyAthlete, Gardener, Conservationist, Doctor
RegularComputer ScienceCriminal, Engineer, Tech Guru
RegularEconomicsBusiness, Education, Conservationist
RegularPhysicsAstronaut, Engineer, Scientist
RegularPsychologyEducation, Secret Agent, Detective, Military
RegularVillainyAstronaut, Criminal, Secret Agent
DistinguishedArt HistoryCritic, Painter, Style Influencer
DistinguishedCommunicationsBusiness, Politician, Social Media, Writer
DistinguishedCulinary ArtsCritic, Chef
DistinguishedDramaEntertainer, Social Media, Actor
DistinguishedFine Art Entertainer, Gardener, Painter, Style Influencer, Interior Decorator
DistinguishedHistoryLaw, Military, Politician
DistinguishedLanguage and LiteratureLaw, Writer

Want to read more about The Sims 4? If so, head on over to How to become an actor in The Sims 4 – Acting Guide on Pro Game Guides.

Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to get updates on your favorite games!

About the Author

Bethany has been a writer at Pro Game Guides for over two years, but she has been into both gaming and writing for countless years. When not writing helpful guides for fellow gamers, she can be found playing on her PC or Switch, writing short stories, and watching horror movies.
Find Bethany Barber On: Twitter

Write A Comment

Sims 4 University Degrees Guide

Comments are on moderation and will be approved in a timely manner. Please read the following rules before commenting:

  • All comments must be on topic and add something of substance to the post
  • No swearing or inappropriate words
  • No asking or begging for anything free
  • Do not attempt to start a poll in the comments
  • Comments in all CAPS will be removed
  • We reserve the right to remove a comment for any reason
  • Do not impersonate a staff member or influencer

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.