When making a decision as important as which master's degree program you will enter, it is best to do a lot of research. Not all colleges and programs are the same. If you don't know exactly what you want to do, you need to look at a degree that has a wide range of flexibility.
Decide which area you want to get your master's degree in. For example, you can find a master's degree in one of these traditional fields such as business, law, medical or education. You can also find many new master's degree programs in many fields other than the traditional, such as "Child Development" or "Early Childhood Education."
Research some colleges that have a master's degree program in your field of interest. This will take some time and most researches suggest that you attend graduate school at a different college than where you took your undergraduate. This allows for different teachers, teaching styles and different perspectives of teachers and students.
Try to find a faculty adviser at the college you want to attend. This will be someone that you meet with each semester or quarter depending on your college and discuss the classes necessary to finish your master's degree program.
Take the time to know if you will start graduate school immediately after finishing your bachelor's, because you feel you are used to being a student, possibly have few obligations requiring you to get a full time job and you feel your study skills are quick. Or you can decide to wait so you can get a better understanding of your goals, have a more mature attitude about school and get some work experience first.
Consider how you are going to pay for graduate school. Take time to look at the difference in tuition and apply for financial aid.
Go to a few college campuses and talk to both faculty and students that attend. This can help you assess the facilities.
Choose a Master's Degree program that best suits your needs.