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|07-21-2009 12:33 PM|
I just graduated in May with an Associate in Arts degree, and I'm transferring this fall to Alabama A&M University. Because I am transferring from out of state (Florida to Alabama) some of my general education requirements for the state of Alabama have not been met. So though I am technically a Junior (I have 60 credit hours) only 15 of those credit hours count towards my degree program. I am a secondary education with a specialization in Mathematics major. I will possibly minor in pure mathematics. This semester I am taking 18 credit hours. I don't know for sure yet the classes I'll be taking as registration hasn't opened yet for me. I'll find out in a few weeks!
|07-11-2009 01:32 PM|
I am going into my Junior year towards my Bachlor's degree. I was going to go for one in Human Development but I think I should be practical and get it in Business Administration. I would love to just take English and History classes. . I'm not sure yet what I want to do after that. Maybe go back as a paralegal or into some kind of social work.
|07-11-2009 09:25 AM|
|SmoothieOperator||This is my last year for my BSSW.|
|07-02-2009 08:45 AM|
|max e. pad||i will getting my bsn. this is my last year of nursing school and student loans, motherfuckers!|
|06-24-2009 07:20 PM|
|Dr. Nurse||Hi my name is Pierced and I'm going for my RN . I'm starting with an ASN which is offered through my CC, then I'm going for my masters later on. Right now I'm doing core classes, after fall semester I can apply for the nursing program|
|06-24-2009 05:00 PM|
Fall 2009 will be my LAST semester before I earn my bachelor's degree. I am so happy. I've been at this a long time. It's been 16 yrs since I graduated high school. I've taken part time semesters and years off, and now, I finally finishing this up.
I have three classes left: human resources, financial management, and independent study. I'm earning a degree in public service. I absolutely LOVE my major.
|06-24-2009 04:17 PM|
|josiecat||When fall arrives I will be in my final year of a two year MSW program. I am a full-time student.|
|06-22-2009 11:01 AM|
|Melody||i'm taking my last class before applying to the RN program. i have physiology, which i started fall 2008 semester but had to take an incomplete because i was pregnant and my BP was a little high, then i had the baby early anyway. so, i'll complete physio. then apply to the program in december. of course, i probably won't get in the first time i apply, but i'll have all the pre-reqs (and all of my general ed) done.|
|06-19-2009 12:36 PM|
Originally Posted by kimmp View Post
The program that I am trying to get into has a focus in Learning Systems Design and Development. Ideally, once I graduate I will get a job helping teachers integrate technology in the classroom or designing online courses. Although I think teaching Comp Sci would be fun too.
|06-19-2009 06:48 AM|
Originally Posted by Dogmom View Post
|06-18-2009 08:39 PM|
I am in year 5 of a 4 year degree.
I'm now working on a degree in forestry. I worked on a degree in Secondary education emphasis math and science for the first few years. I realized that I don't really want to teach.
I've been full time all but 1 school year, and 1 term. I should actually manage a degree in 4 semesters, maybe 5.
|06-18-2009 06:22 PM|
Originally Posted by Quiverful Bitch View Post
|06-18-2009 01:53 PM|
|Dogmom||I have an Associates degree and a Bachelor of Computer Science with a math minor. I'm going back to school this fall for a Master's in Educational Technology. This is a very recent decision (like as of last Friday ) so I'm trying to figure out the application process still and will probably be taking classes before I'm officially admitted. Fun!|
|06-18-2009 10:37 AM|
|MadCar||I am working towards my Associates in Accounting at my local CC. I am taking spring and summer classes. Right now I have Econ I and Business Law and next semester I will have Econ II and Accounting 2. I am on the No Worker Left Behind program through the state of Michigan and so I get unemployment while going to school. I am lucky I can go fulltime and not have to work for now. I do plan on going to Walsh College to get my bachelors. They run a program through the local CC here.|
|06-17-2009 06:58 PM|
|Quiverful Bitch||Just finished my first summer course after a 5 year hiatus...with an A. Should graduate with my AA in December. Then on to the local university for my BA in teaching.|
|06-17-2009 11:49 AM|
This fall I am taking Intermediate Algebra, Introduction to Biological Chemistry, and possibly A+P I. After that I will take the NET and apply to my community college's nursing program, and hopefully will start the ADN program Fall 2010.
|06-17-2009 11:28 AM|
|Primal Snatch||I'm a senior at EMU, finishing up a degree in Elementary Education, Science major & Math minor. I'm thinking about dropping the minor to get done early. I should be ready to student teach in a year.|
|06-17-2009 10:55 AM|
I am in year two of working on my BA in secondary science education, specializing in biological sciences. It is entirely online except for the student teaching. I am behind as usual because I have a hard time motivating myself but I will work through it.
I am taking Ethics I and II, Classroom management, Diversity and Inclusion and Number Systems and Algebraic Structures Part I and II. This term ends Oct. 31 so at that point I will have all new classes.
I am apparently a perpetual student since I just graduated with an AAS in photography in 2007.
|06-17-2009 10:10 AM|
|ComeHitherHeather||I'm taking my last prerequisite this fall. It's a diet therapy class, all online. In October I apply for nursing school. I am so ready.|
|06-17-2009 07:33 AM|
I'm new to the site but not to school. I went back two years ago, completely changing my major from where it was when I first went after high school. I recently received my AS in Digital Media and will be going for my BS in the fall in Computer Science.
I'm much enjoying summer since I lack sleep during the school year, I am a single mom who works full-time, goes to school full-time, and am starting a freelance career.
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