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Jun 16, 2008 1:59 AM

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What college do you go to and what are you majoring in? ^_^

University of California, English/Writing major.
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SUNY Buffalo (University at Buffalo)

I am a Psychology Major, Im planning on going through med school to become a psychiatrist
 
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Hamline University, MN.

Sociology major, Psychology minor, hoping on becoming a licensed social worker. ^^
 
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Cal-Poly (California Polytechnical Institute), with a Computer Engineering major
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I am a Education Biology Major now. I was previously a pharmacy major. Only do pharmacy if you really like not having a life outside of studying and if you like really boring work where a lot of people call you with problems. The money is good there but I guess money wasn't that important to me since I'm going to be a teacher.
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Elementary Education with a concentration in history
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Currently Pierce Community College. I'm getting a liberal arts degree so I can transfer to art school and major in performing arts. :]
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kin-chan said:
What college do you go to and what are you majoring in? ^_^

University of California, English/Writing major.


Which one? Berkeley?

I'm a senior at Santa Clara University, majoring in Psychology. I've been trying to squeeze in a History minor, but I just don't think I'll have time to complete it.
 
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Which one? Berkeley?

I'm a senior at Santa Clara University, majoring in Psychology. I've been trying to squeeze in a History minor, but I just don't think I'll have time to complete it.


Davis ^_^ I didn't even apply to Berkley since they focus so much on science... I bet the arts department is completely ignored. Congrats on pushing your way through SCU, I heard it's very difficult!



 
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kin-chan said:
Nosferatu said:
Which one? Berkeley?

I'm a senior at Santa Clara University, majoring in Psychology. I've been trying to squeeze in a History minor, but I just don't think I'll have time to complete it.


Davis ^_^ I didn't even apply to Berkley since they focus so much on science... I bet the arts department is completely ignored. Congrats on pushing your way through SCU, I heard it's very difficult!


I know a bunch of people at Davis, since I live in Sacramento. :D I just figured Berkeley since that's the one most people just refer to as University of California.

And thanks, SCU is pretty deadly (but then again, so is Davis...). @_@
 
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Well I was at west chester university and majoring in Music Education but now I am at Delaware State University where I can go for free. My new major you ask? I think I'm going for music composition now.
 
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Attending SWAU majoring in Journalism, completing a A.S. in Nursing on the side :D
 
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Nosferatu said:
kin-chan said:
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Which one? Berkeley?

I'm a senior at Santa Clara University, majoring in Psychology. I've been trying to squeeze in a History minor, but I just don't think I'll have time to complete it.


Davis ^_^ I didn't even apply to Berkley since they focus so much on science... I bet the arts department is completely ignored. Congrats on pushing your way through SCU, I heard it's very difficult!


I know a bunch of people at Davis, since I live in Sacramento. :D I just figured Berkeley since that's the one most people just refer to as University of California.

And thanks, SCU is pretty deadly (but then again, so is Davis...). @_@


oh man, at least you guys are on semester system, at Cal-Poly, we are stuck with the quarter system, so we got 3 finals/year, where you guys got 2... plus Davis is like our rival school, I got plenty of friends going there, I assume that at least one of you guys is living in the bay area?
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Pace University, I'm currently doing a double major of English and Film Studies but I'm going to change Film to a minor.

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I can live with the cost of gas, I am worried about the cost of my school. Its private and rather expensive. Then there is all the normal expenses food, living, book, ect
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Monash Uni - Business and Commerce: International Trade/Marketing

Less than 2 years left =) Its great because uni is literally a 2min drive from my house, lol
 
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Philippine Normal University.... major in Literature ... specialization Teaching English to secondary language speakers haha.. hope i will find great people here.... add also my yahoo mesenger pink_numb_13
 
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Emoney_1986 said:
I am a Education Biology Major now. I was previously a pharmacy major. Only do pharmacy if you really like not having a life outside of studying and if you like really boring work where a lot of people call you with problems. The money is good there but I guess money wasn't that important to me since I'm going to be a teacher.

of course money is not good in teaching but it is quite fulfilling to touch people's lives haha continue your goal
 
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I go to Penn State University and I am majoring in Elementary Education. =P I plan to end up teaching. I'll be poor, but I'll lead an entertaining life. :D
 
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I go to Penn State University and I am majoring in Elementary Education. =P I plan to end up teaching. I'll be poor, but I'll lead an entertaining life. :D


be careful though, teaching is a very stressful profession, dont let the little suckers get to ya. besides that, you'll probably help plenty of kids though
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elc1247 said:
Azul said:
I go to Penn State University and I am majoring in Elementary Education. =P I plan to end up teaching. I'll be poor, but I'll lead an entertaining life. :D


be careful though, teaching is a very stressful profession, dont let the little suckers get to ya. besides that, you'll probably help plenty of kids though

It CAN be very stressful, but not always.^_^ Depends on the kids you get...teaching can be extremely rewarding which is exactly why I'm doing it. In my opinion, Elementary school teachers have one of the most important jobs in the education world because they're the ones that influence a child's life from an early stage.
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ivorykeys said:
elc1247 said:
Azul said:
I go to Penn State University and I am majoring in Elementary Education. =P I plan to end up teaching. I'll be poor, but I'll lead an entertaining life. :D


be careful though, teaching is a very stressful profession, dont let the little suckers get to ya. besides that, you'll probably help plenty of kids though

It CAN be very stressful, but not always.^_^ Depends on the kids you get...teaching can be extremely rewarding which is exactly why I'm doing it. In my opinion, Elementary school teachers have one of the most important jobs in the education world because they're the ones that influence a child's life from an early stage.


It can be stressful, that I know. :P I had quite a few troublesome students already from being a tutor in an after school program, but after working with children for a while, I really get the hang of things. It takes a lot of patience though and time. XD

By the end of the program I found it was very rewarding because all of them had a smile on their faces and they didn't want me to leave. XD It was really great...I wanted to come back next year, but I can't because my classes are a pain and end at 3:45. =/ They thanked me for putting up with them throughout the year. My two friends quit the job half way through and the children were really upset and some said they hated them. D= My friends couldn't stand them and complained to me all the time in class. >.<;


 
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hi everyone~ :]
Hmm. College: EMORY < South. REPRESENT. :P
Major: Business (i'm thinking Marketing)
 
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I'm a sophomore at Metropolitan State College of Denver. I'm majoring in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science.
 
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elc1247 said:
Nosferatu said:
kin-chan said:
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Which one? Berkeley?

I'm a senior at Santa Clara University, majoring in Psychology. I've been trying to squeeze in a History minor, but I just don't think I'll have time to complete it.


Davis ^_^ I didn't even apply to Berkley since they focus so much on science... I bet the arts department is completely ignored. Congrats on pushing your way through SCU, I heard it's very difficult!


I know a bunch of people at Davis, since I live in Sacramento. :D I just figured Berkeley since that's the one most people just refer to as University of California.

And thanks, SCU is pretty deadly (but then again, so is Davis...). @_@


oh man, at least you guys are on semester system, at Cal-Poly, we are stuck with the quarter system, so we got 3 finals/year, where you guys got 2... plus Davis is like our rival school, I got plenty of friends going there, I assume that at least one of you guys is living in the bay area?


Actually, Santa Clara is on quarters too. So I feel your pain. X3
And I live in the bay area when school's in, otherwise I'm in Sac-town for the summer or winter break. I'll be coming home to Sac for grad school after graduation.
 
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Wow, Santa Clara, Davis, and Cal Poly?

You guys are all like, relatively close to where I live... Only I don't go to school in Cali, only live here for the summer and winter breaks, then head over to Georgia :P
 
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nice, Im in the Bay Area for the summer, and for the rest of the year, Im in Cal-Poly...
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I'm going to CSM "College of Southern Maryland" a Community college close by but only for a year then I'm transfering to UAT in arizona.

My Major will most likely be Digital animation.

The distance between Maryland and Arizona is quite large.
 
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I'm going to CSM "College of Southern Maryland" a Community college close by but only for a year then I'm transfering to UAT in arizona.

My Major will most likely be Digital animation.

The distance between Maryland and Arizona is quite large.


the weather is also very different, plus you are going from east coast to "near" west coast. hope you have a good time in AZ
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Wow, Santa Clara, Davis, and Cal Poly?

You guys are all like, relatively close to where I live... Only I don't go to school in Cali, only live here for the summer and winter breaks, then head over to Georgia :P


What part of California are you in for breaks?
 
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elc1247 said:
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I'm going to CSM "College of Southern Maryland" a Community college close by but only for a year then I'm transfering to UAT in arizona.

My Major will most likely be Digital animation.

The distance between Maryland and Arizona is quite large.


the weather is also very different, plus you are going from east coast to "near" west coast. hope you have a good time in AZ
I've been there often and I love the weather since it's dry heat.
 
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Wow, Santa Clara, Davis, and Cal Poly?

You guys are all like, relatively close to where I live... Only I don't go to school in Cali, only live here for the summer and winter breaks, then head over to Georgia :P


What part of California are you in for breaks?


Palo Alto~ :] It's my hometown. (lol, somewhat like Stanford's backyard)
 
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-hoshi- said:
Nosferatu said:
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Wow, Santa Clara, Davis, and Cal Poly?

You guys are all like, relatively close to where I live... Only I don't go to school in Cali, only live here for the summer and winter breaks, then head over to Georgia :P


What part of California are you in for breaks?


Palo Alto~ :] It's my hometown. (lol, somewhat like Stanford's backyard)


Im actually quite close, im in the San Jose area...
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elc1247 said:
-hoshi- said:


Palo Alto~ :] It's my hometown. (lol, somewhat like Stanford's backyard)


Im actually quite close, im in the San Jose area...


Wow crazayyy. You're like, 20 minutes away from me. Sweet. Did you go to Fanime?

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New Hampshire Institute of Technology (NHTI) Information Technology (IT) Networking Field


Jesus, what a long name. :P
 
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-hoshi- said:
elc1247 said:
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Palo Alto~ :] It's my hometown. (lol, somewhat like Stanford's backyard)


Im actually quite close, im in the San Jose area...


Wow crazayyy. You're like, 20 minutes away from me. Sweet. Did you go to Fanime?

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New Hampshire Institute of Technology (NHTI) Information Technology (IT) Networking Field


Jesus, what a long name. :P


its LOOKS long, but its just "NHTI" at least thats what supernavi claims it is... its like my Cal-Poly -> California Polytechnic Institute of Technology... or something along the lines
that seems like a pretty interesting place to go, NH... I dont even really know where that is on a map... I feel kinda dumb... even though I know where prob half the countries in the world are on a world map...

@hoshi yea I went to Fanime, I spent a good $300 on merchandise there. it was pretty fun too.
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its LOOKS long, but its just "NHTI" at least thats what supernavi claims it is... its like my Cal-Poly -> California Polytechnic Institute of Technology... or something along the lines
that seems like a pretty interesting place to go, NH... I dont even really know where that is on a map... I feel kinda dumb... even though I know where prob half the countries in the world are on a world map...

@hoshi yea I went to Fanime, I spent a good $300 on merchandise there. it was pretty fun too.


Ah, it's prolly only really weird for me. My college is basically just one word > Emory. LOL.

SWEET. I missed Fanime, was so pissed off. Damn, 300 is a lot sonny.
 
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Wow ^_^
So no-one here goes to uni outside of the US?
Maybe I am the first then.

I'm at Newcastle University, in the North East of England.
Joint degree of English Literature and Japanese.
I'll be in my 2nd year in September, but for my first year I did a combined degree in English Linguistics, English Literature and Japanese. Decided to drop the linguistics since I didn't enjoy syntax of phonetics and phonology ^^;
Plus I get to take more Lit and Japanese modules if I drop a subject.

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I go to Baylor University, and I'm majoring in Music Performance. I'm a Sax player. Hope to get my masters and doctorate eventually and teach saxophone at a university.
 
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I go to Arizona State University. My major is 3D Animation.
 
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I go to Arizona State University. My major is 3D Animation.


That sounds like a really cool major. I want to be a part time writer myself so I'll send you my story to animate hehe
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Harrisburg Area Community College, English/Education major.
 
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Harrisburg Area Community College, English/Education major.


is it in any state/country that we know of?
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Wow ^_^
So no-one here goes to uni outside of the US?
Maybe I am the first then.

I'm at Newcastle University, in the North East of England.


Oh my god, that's so cool. Is your school system like the one in the States?

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Currently at Monash University, Melbourne Australia.


Sweet! Australia? I've always wanted to go...

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I go to Baylor University, and I'm majoring in Music Performance.


Nice, a sax player! Uh. forgive my ignorance, where is Baylor? I've heard of it though...
 
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Wow ^_^
So no-one here goes to uni outside of the US?
Maybe I am the first then.

I'm at Newcastle University, in the North East of England.


Oh my god, that's so cool. Is your school system like the one in the States?


Well, I'm unsure about what the school system in the states is, but in the UK some places have the middle school / high school system, but most places go: nursery (kindergarten) (3/4 - 5 years old), primary school (5- 11 years old), secondary school (11-16 years old), then if you want to you can go to college (16+ usually for 2 years. Then if you want you go to university.
Universities go with the semester system, most courses last 3-4 years. I'm not sure if that is what you meant when you asked that, but yeah :) If there is anything specific you want to know then I shall answer XD

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cabbit-chan said:
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Wow ^_^
So no-one here goes to uni outside of the US?
Maybe I am the first then.

I'm at Newcastle University, in the North East of England.


Oh my god, that's so cool. Is your school system like the one in the States?


Well, I'm unsure about what the school system in the states is, but in the UK some places have the middle school / high school system, but most places go: nursery (kindergarten) (3/4 - 5 years old), primary school (5- 11 years old), secondary school (11-16 years old), then if you want to you can go to college (16+ usually for 2 years. Then if you want you go to university.
Universities go with the semester system, most courses last 3-4 years. I'm not sure if that is what you meant when you asked that, but yeah :) If there is anything specific you want to know then I shall answer XD

For my school district in New York State grade school goes by:

Pre-K (optional)
Kindergarten to 6th grade aka Elementary School (6-12/13 years old)
7th-9th grade aka Junior High School (13-15/16 years old)
10th-12th grade aka High School (16-18 years old)

Most districts for the junior high and high schools though go 7th-8th grade (junior high) and then 9th-12th grade (high school). My school district is just a little weird though. Lol

People usually go to a 4-year college, but some go to a community college for 2 years to start off and then transfer to a university in order to get a degree in whatever it is they want to major in. However, this of course differs depending on your major. Someone who's in a medical program would follow a different college plan than someone majoring in education. ^_^
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I go to Baylor University, and I'm majoring in Music Performance.


Nice, a sax player! Uh. forgive my ignorance, where is Baylor? I've heard of it though...

No problem, its not that big of a name of school, except around the south. Baylor is in Waco, Texas. It's a private baptist university.
 
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p0pr0cks said:
I go to Arizona State University. My major is 3D Animation.


That sounds like a really cool major. I want to be a part time writer myself so I'll send you my story to animate hehe
lol sounds like fun. i'm currently writing my own manga- slice of life. comedy
 
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Sweet, ivorykeys explained it pretty well. :]

DizzySaxophone said:

No problem, its not that big of a name of school, except around the south. Baylor is in Waco, Texas. It's a private baptist university.


Woot~ South! Same here.
 
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