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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by jrthebassguy, Feb 5, 2004.
Just like to get some info before I start college next fall
General Curriculum, because I'm indecisive. At least, I think I'm indecisive...
Law - because I wanted to become a lawyer - and did
Almost forgot - I also have an Arts degree majoring in Philosophy (ethics & metaethics - minors in psychology and sociology. (I dont get to use those much working as a tax / pensions lawyer )
I have a Bachelors in Fine Arts and my major was Painting. It's both what I love and what I do best.
Starting next fall, I will be going for a Batchelor of Music in Music Education.
Why? I love music. I love playing it, hearing it, and teaching it. So... why not?
Why? The market for recording engineers, which is what I started with, ain't that great. And I likes my physics.
On my way to a Bachelors in English with teacher certification. I love literature, I love to write, I love to teach, and I'm picky about grammar. I hope to work my way to a Ph.D., probably while teaching, so that I can teach at the university level and be paid decently for it.
i want to get a BA in rhetoric.
What can I say, I like building(s) and the school has great double degree pan-European exchange program which gets me both Finnish construction engineer degree and bachelor of architectural technology and construction management.
After that it's off to univ to complete the degree into an architects and for some misc studies in biology and human sciences, so I see this degree as a sort of a middle goal
ill be double majoring in jazz studies and mechanical engineering* at the university of south carolina this coming fall. cant wait for college!
*previously it was going to be jazz studies and physics, changed mind though.
Currently I'm a "general" Music major. I'm seriously contemplating going the music education route. I mean, what cooler teacher is there than music teacher? I guess my mom and I DO have a lot in common (she's a 3rd grade teacher).
Considering a BS in Neuroscience. Not sure though. Whatever it is, I'll have a medical humanities minor as well.
I'm a Chemical Engineering major. I'll graduate at the end of this semester. I chose chemical engineering because chemistry was my favorite subject in High School, but I didn't go for a chemistry degree because there are very few jobs for people with BS degrees in chemistry. With chemical engineering I can expect to make $60,000/yr straight out of college, although I think I'm going to graduate school for the hell of it. Not bad for a 21 year old.
Philosophy - because I like a good argument!!
The most radical understatement of the millenium.
I think you mean a B.S.
I am double majoring in Music and Communication Dissorders. I am a voice major with bass as a secondary instrument (Even though I've done more bass playing recently). I was going to get a third degree in french at one time but I decided that was a bit much.
I will get my masters in music more than likely because i'll be able to get an assistantship singing somewhere much more easily than with a speech degree
Electrical Engineering because I wanted to lose my job to someone in India or Russia
Some advice: since you will have to take some humanities electives no matter what degree you go for, look into what music courses are offered at your school. I took some classical theory courses and also group piano classes (meant for music majors whose main axe was not piano). I wish I had taken solfege ("sight singing"...combines ear training with sight reading) as well.
One co-worker of mine even got a minor in music along with his EE major.
Photography, because I wanted to be a photographer. Now I'm a photographer at the national gallery of art.
Click click, nudge nudge, wink wink.
Gonna get me a Masters in Disaster and a PhD in PAIN!
(I have no idea what that's from, but it's the first thing that spings to mind whenever anyone asks that question...)
I honestly have no idea. I'm just doing general studies now, getting my associates out of the way while I search for something worth pursuing.