Just curious to see what kind of education everyone has/plans on getting. Be sure to post your major/area of interest as well!
Are associate degrees even used by anyone anymore? Anyway, I have a Bachelor's in Nuclear Radiological Engineering. I considered getting a Master's or Ph.D., but in all honesty I was and am tired of it. I had been taking classes year round (fall-spring-summer semesters) since the summer before I went into 9th grade all the way to the summer before my junior year of university.
I'm getting one, stenographic judicial reporting. Although most folks end up taking 3-4 years to get their certification, because takes a while to get up to 225 WPM.Are associate degrees even used by anyone anymore?
That's really too bad. You may want to check to see because that opportunity is pretty important. College isn't the be all and end all, but it's a pity to waste free education because you aren't sure. Part of the point of college is finding what you hate least (It's an important phrase because it tells you what you can put up with)Graduated high school in 2010 with a scholarship for free community college, but I didn't want to go to college yet, and still am not wanting to go. I just don't think college is really for me; I can't think of what I'd want to study. And I think the scholarship has expired by now.
I'm in college pursuing a baccalaureate degree in Computer Science, but I'm thinking about either expanding it to Computer Engineering or changing to Chemical Engineering. /lolfreshman
EDIT: Fun fact: I'm at school right now, I have 3 finals in a row today, and I'm online right now because I just finished the first one with over an hour to spare. GF, Bio 1001.