IhaterednecksAs unlikely that it is that I will earn this . . I really want to get an Astronomical physics/ Quantum Physics degree. Minor? No frigan idea. I have always been interested in Chemistry, Military History *Cough Cough Rome Cough*, art, theology, or philosophy.
A lot of the same interests as me. You rock! :p
I don't have a minor. Plus, I feel the system (which was introduced in Europe 2 years or so ago - Bologna) brings down the quality of Belgian university education.
Voice of joy and sunshine
26th May 2003
Well once I've finished my A Levels in a few years I'll be taking Psychology and Sociology at uni. Not sure which uni yet though, my psychology teacher thinks I should try for Oxford or Cambridge but I'm honestly not sure they're worth the outlay £ wise when there are cheaper places that host comparable courses.
Jeff is a missing boss
28th July 2002
BTW: having fun pittsburgh hiding from sinpers with bb guns?
lots of fun.......damn city
Well. I've been accepted to Texas Tech, University of Houston, Stephen F. Austin, and I'm waiting for Texas A&M to reply back. My major really depends upon if the school has what I want or not. But my major will have something to do with History/ Anthropology/ Archaeology and a minor in Anthropology/ ROTC. I'm probably going to SFA, so it will be a history major with an anthropology minor.
Then ater I get my bachelors, I want to get an MA in Archaeology and then my doctorate. That is if I don't change my major during college. I've been leaning towards Archaeology for a while, so it may take a bit to change my major.
46 and 2, are just ahead of me
23rd September 2004
I'm not quite sure yet, but I know that I want to major in mechanical engineering and minor in journalism. My ideal college would be University of Michigan, but i'm also looking at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute or Florida Institute of Technology.
However, i've been thinking of switching my minor and major, and that would throw off my decision for a college a little. Of course, i'm not sure yet.
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.lots of fun.......damn city
Looking back on it, I am so glad my dad's company sold their buidling on Bever Avenue. That city is getting freaky. I would never want to live there, let alone go to school in that place. I doubt O'connor will do anything to help the city. The last democrat, Murphay, did nothing. The last few years have been fun, the 2003 floods(I was down at heinz the day the river crested, fun to see boats floating down the ohio), that water main break, and now the sinper scare:lol:.
Cranberry rocks!. I live only 4 miles from work, so I can walk if I have to.
I do hope if I graduate with a degree in electrial/audio engineering to get my Ph.D in the subject and maybe teach.
Heaven's gonna burn your eyes
15th April 2005
NemmerleWell once I've finished my A Levels in a few years I'll be taking Psychology and Sociology at uni. Not sure which uni yet though, my psychology teacher thinks I should try for Oxford or Cambridge but I'm honestly not sure they're worth the outlay £ wise when there are cheaper places that host comparable courses.
My Relgion lecturer said that there were two things you should do if you want a degree to get you a job. 1) Do post-grad, there are too many uni-educated people out there with simple degrees. Possibly do a Masters too. 2) Do a second language. All the Europeans do, as do the Asians.