I'm a freshman majoring in Asian Studies, though I might double major in English or Psychology or something. AS fits my extremely scattered interests very well, since it's basically a little bit of everything, but with an Asian flavor.
Computer Engineering major, which means I get a minor in Electrical, Computer Science, and Math easily. Might Grab a minor in Music and Business as well, though I was recently thinking of taking more art courses. Which would be suicide at this point.
I think suicide is an understatement, chaotix. -_- you got all these sciences, and then a minor in music or some other art. hehe. It goes together I suppose. but maybe you don't need to take them as minors.
Well let's say that the conditions for international peace and security as well as human security is always in change and new cooperation- and conflict-patterns both on regional and global level is growing. My program is mainly about those processes and it's about learning analysing and reflecting over the central questions in the international relations of today. It is a lot of politics in it, which is awesome but we haven't had the course for so long and I'm taking it another two semesters until I graduate so it is a lot to learn!
Basically (iirc) I'm gonna learn about how the international relations of today works and what the central development-tendencies are. Also what prominent theoretical perspective and central concepts the subject is based on and like learn how to use it in the real world. It's also a lot about human rights, which has a development that both affects and is affected by the development of the global politics. It's mainly a theoretical course that is supposed to prepare me for studies in International Relations on adv. level -> Politic based.
Hehe yeah well even though a lot of young people find it boring, it is essential for a working country to have stable relations with countries.
Idk really.. I want to work with immigration and human rights, but also with our environment and the global warming.
As in, increasing the amount of immigrants, both fugitives and immigrants who wants asylum to start working here, increase that along with investing in green energy that really needs to be streamlined and whoops we have new jobs for example. Also we need to change the infrastructure, invest in the same type of trains that Japan is using, stop with the domestic flights because of the pollutions, the public transports need to stop using petrol and start with biogas and ethanol etc.
There is a lot to do and you can't do it all so I'll see in a couple of years.