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Got to finish up my MIS degree.
Digital Design & Graphics, and then eventually Illustration and maybe a minor in Art History.
Who here has an annoying requirement for their major? I'll start: I need to do 250 hours of volunteering before I'm let into the school of Education. I don't mind volunteering, but that's a lot.
What's your annoying requirement?
My annoying requirement is that after I graduate, I need 2 years of experience as apprentice before I can take the board exam. Sucks more than yours.
Yeah, that really does suck. I don't think I could wait through 2 years of apprenticing just to teach.
Last edited by mrcongojack; March 24, 2008 at 09:08 AM.
dropped out of Hospitality and Management, about to go into Culinary Arts, and i want to specialize as either a pattissier or a rotissur...thats about as far as "majoring" goes in cooking...
Last edited by Paper; March 25, 2008 at 06:36 AM.
becoming a teacher, majoring in English and Physical Education, minoring in Chemistry for now, but will probably quit Chemistry studies. Also includes minor studies of Education.
annoying requirements: before i graduate, i have to go into school for 2 years, first just sitting in a corner in class and observe, then giving lessons myself, having exams all the time in all my subjects. after i passed that, final examination in school and a huge paper to write which will examined by the state's examiner.
History (World) and Poltical Science major.
hmm....I haven't really looked into the details yet, but in order for me to teach I need to pass some teaching credentials exam...
I think I need to get my phD if I want to teach at a college campus though. At the moment I'm only thinking short-term stuff, so I wouldn't have a clue, I can't think that far ahead into my future. I'm quite sure I need some sort of additional schooling, perhaps some volunteer work..
I've noticed there's a lot of people here who plans to teach...
Is it only me, or are you thinking the same way I do, when I'm making a habit of borrowing teaching techniques from some of my best professors?
I started off Majoring in Physiology (life sciences) found out I hated it and am now switching to Computer Science and Physics (Which I love )
I think it's the best way of learning anyway. The techniques we are taught in seminars are sometimes...a bit "stupid" as it seems. Methods for groupwork...if i used such methods in the higher grades (11-13 or so), they'd just have very good laughs at me. So i try to learn from teacher's experience =)
Major in Communication Science with an English minor but changing to Linguistics next year. As I stand I'm a qualified legal office assistant but that's not what I do *shudders*
Nature Science - Medicine, as in pre-med school in Swe.