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Originally Posted by jhota View Post
i've been in college (undergrad) since fall 1992 - i've got one 2-year degree, though "only" 13 of the past 16 years have actually been spent as a full-time student. so i may not be the best person to get advice from.

but stay in and finish up. like others have said, it's not the degree that's important - it's having it.

a 4-year degree tells an employer that you can finish something. it also suggests a certain base level of time-management skills.

why aren't your courses interesting you? are you maybe in the wrong major program for your interests? maybe it's just that old end-of-college malaise setting in.

but yeah, get the degree. it's just a piece of paper, but it's an important piece of paper.
Wait, is that right? You've been a full time student for 13 years as an undergrad and only have an Associate's degree??
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