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Old 01-05-10, 06:56 AM
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Classes you're taking or would take...

Heading back to school next Monday and I'm taking Trigonometry, Chemistry 2, Art Appreciation, and Cultural Anthropology. The last two classes are simply classes I need for the degree and not part of my focus (Associate of Science degree.)

What classes are you taking this semester and if you are out of school, what classes would you take if you could take a class or two this semester?
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If I could take classes? Chemistry and Biology....only cause I'd love to go back and get into Pharmacy school or even med school.
I would simply need the required sciences, but would have to have a refresher of the basic courses.
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Phil400: Advanced Existentialism Studies
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Archeology of the Andes, specializing in the Nazca peoples in South America
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Org. Chemistry
A&PII
Statistics
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I'm getting really freakin' tired of school.
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Originally Posted by Tom Stormcrowe View Post
Phil400: Advanced Existentialism Studies
International Relations
Archeology of the Andes, specializing in the Nazca peoples in South America
French 102
Quantum Physics
Nerd...
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Edit: Typo Fixed.

Internet Archeology.

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I am recently retired. I am working part time to fill the void. I have considered taking the CNA courses at our local JC.
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Originally Posted by KrisPistofferson View Post
Org. Chemistry
A&PII
Statistics
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I'm getting really freakin' tired of school.
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Originally Posted by RubenX View Post
Internet Anthropology
Wait, this is going to take some explanation. Is it a class about the anthropology of the internet or an anthropology class taken online?
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Originally Posted by UnsafeAlpine View Post
Wait, this is going to take some explanation. Is it a class about the anthropology of the internet or an anthropology class taken online?
Woops... actually, it was a typo... silly me. I wanted to say "Internet Archeology" ... explained here
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Originally Posted by RubenX View Post
Woops... actually, it was a typo... silly me. I wanted to say "Internet Archeology" ... explained here
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I like history, especially history that looks at how we became what we are. Perhaps
my all time favorite class was a year long History of Ideas class.
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Action Research class as my final requirement for my MA.

What I would take:

Just about any history class
Another chemistry class
Field Geology
Maybe try a marketing course or two
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I think a cultural anthropology course would be interesting. Particularly one that focused on Colorado and/or the southwest. I share an office with archeaologists and am always fascintated with their work.

Wildlife or fisheries biology would be my second choice.
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I would work to finish my degree... Probably like:

Computer Architecture & Assembly
Computer Science III
Software Engineering Principles
Then either Database Principles or Programming Language Principles

Still have a multicultural course to take.... I tried to take History of the Chicano/a in the Southwest, but only lasted two weeks in the course.
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Photography and sewing through the public school board's continuing education program.

A course in wireline log interpretation- taught by someone who can actually teach- would be nice (I took one in university and one through Schlumberger, and both were full of fail).

GIS (Geoographic Information Systems) if I wanted to go back to school for real.

Bartending school could be fun...
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If I go back to school it'll be for electrical engineering.
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Signed up for math and geology this semester. Still taking belly classes as well. I really want to take some more music classes, but not doing that this semester.
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Signed up for math and geology this semester. Still taking belly classes as well. I really want to take some more music classes, but not doing that this semester.
Historical or Physical geology?
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Originally Posted by UnsafeAlpine View Post
Historical or Physical geology?
Physical and introductory. I'm excited for it.
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Originally Posted by Shadiyah View Post
Physical and introductory. I'm excited for it.
It's an awesome class. The minerals sections are a lot of memorizing but if you're up for it, it can be cool to try and identify minerals on a hike or something and the rest of the class is just awesome. There's almost always a field trip involved, too.
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Originally Posted by x136 View Post
No love for Theoretical Geology?
It's all theoretical, monsieur..
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Originally Posted by x136 View Post
No love for Theoretical Geology?
Lol I first read that as "Theatrical Geology". Ha!

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It's an awesome class. The minerals sections are a lot of memorizing but if you're up for it, it can be cool to try and identify minerals on a hike or something and the rest of the class is just awesome. There's almost always a field trip involved, too.
I can be good at memorizing if the subject interests me. I loooove rocks and earthworks. Hooray for field trips, too!
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