Simple. Where do ya (or didja) go, and what do ya (or didja) take?
I'm beginning my first full year at the University of Calgary. My major is undeclared right now, but odds are I'll probably either do a major in Economics or a double-major in Economics & Political Science.
Graduated with my Bachelor's in Biology (chem and psychology minors) from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (oddly enough, located in Stevens Point, WI)
Graduated with my Master's in Forensic Science (technically in Criminal Justice with a forensic science concentration) from Virginia Commonwealth University in RICHMOND (a little shout out to DEAN), Virginia.
I'd love to go back to school someday...for those of you in college--ENJOY IT! Especially undergrad!
"The ballplayer who loses his head, who can't keep his cool, is worse than no ballplayer at all." --Lou Gehrig
The University of Massachusetts at Amherst. I started in September 2002 straight out of high school. After three years I'm on track to graduate in one more year with a BA in Comparative Literature with a Japanese minor and a History minor. Trying to fit in a Medieval Studies certificate in too, but I don't know if I can finish it in time.
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I'm going to start at Mount Wachusett Community College on Tuesday. The plan is to get my Associate's Degree (Broadcasting & Telecommunications) and then transfer to the Bachelor's program at Fitchburg State College (which I can see from the window to my left right now).
"He is the most overrated piece of crap in the league. He bitched and whined after he got his ass beaten in New England last year, so the NFL changed the rules. Then he got his ass beaten in New England again. Every year he's the top MVP candidate. Every year he's supposed to be the best. Every year he's going to carry the Colts to the Super Bowl. And every single year he goes to New England and gets his ass beaten. And his brother's a whiny little bitch." -A friend of mine, on Peyton Manning
I went to the University of Missouri and got my Bachelors in Journalism. Sickened by the state of Journalism, I have been running my own landscaping and home improvement business since then.
After 5 years of this, I now plan to go back and get a Bachelors in Social Work, then go to seminary and get a Masters of Divinity.
A strict constructionist interprets the Constitution according to the language and original intent of the text at the time of its writing, in much the same way as a fundamentalist views the Bible. Fortunately, for strict constructionists, they have been endowed by God with the superhuman gift of being able to read the minds of people who died 200 years ago. Naturally, they use this power only for good - America (The Book)
Went to the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh. Dropped out after 4 semesters.
In the real world, WWE believes that no matter what our race, religious creed or ethnic background in America, we all share the common bond of being Americans. American-Arabs are a part of the fabric of America, and they should be embraced by all of us.
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I'm currently taking two classes at Monroe Community College, as part of my dual enrollment.
What's dual enrollment? This year (my senior year), I take four high school classes and two college classes. My high school pays for my college classes, and if I pass them, I get college credit. Good deal.
A side effect to dual enrolling is that I have to be at school two hours later than everyone else, so I get to sleep in an extra two hours, and I get to leave school an hour early.
Originally posted by gugsI'm going to start at Mount Wachusett Community College on Tuesday. The plan is to get my Associate's Degree (Broadcasting & Telecommunications) and then transfer to the Bachelor's program at Fitchburg State College (which I can see from the window to my left right now).
Dude, you're totally weirding me out. I used to have to go by the Mount every day on my way to school in Gardner, and I spent many a fun evening partying on the campus of Fitchburg State College, even though I was a junior at FHS at the time.
I spent a few semesters at the University of Washington North Seattle campus (actually North Seattle Community College) working toward my AA with the intent to transfer to the UW, but taking classes doesn't pay the bills so I never quite finished the five-year plan there.
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I just started my first year at RCTC (Rochester Community and Technical College) a week ago, getting my Associate's degree for Computer Art & Design, and hopefully eventually get my degree for Graphic Design (somewhere else). :)
Graduated with a BA in Sociology from the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida. Plan on going back for my Masters in January but I've yet to decide the whens, wheres, and whats of that whole ordeal. Something tells me Social Work isn't my bag.
DeVry Institute of Technology in Columbus, OH. Started 2 weeks after graduating HS back in '89, went straight through (8 trimesters), graduated in February '92 on a Friday, and started with the Dept of Defense on the following Monday.
Less than 3 years of time spent for a full 4 year degree and was well prepared for my programming gig with DoD. Granted, that's over a decade ago so things may be different, but I highly recommend them for being a no nonsense, get-in-get-your-degree-get-out-get-a-job program.
My previous employee gave out American Express gift certificates, which was pretty nice. My current employer doesn't have a bonus, but we do have a very nice profit sharing program year round, so I can't complain.