The morning has brought a much brighter outlook. Not necessarily sunny, but looking up.
I’m posting my schedule as much for me as for you.
Monday Wednesday and Friday:
-Fundamental Statistics at 11:30 -12:20 (STAT 103)
(The statistics class is the math core requirement, which has remained open after the logic fiasco.)
-Advanced Reporting from 7:00-9:30 downtown (CMUN 315)
(Ugh. I swore I would never do anything journalistic again. I’m good at it, I just really hate reporting for some reason. I needed this class for the Civic Engagement Requirement –it was either that or a social work class that I couldn’t make due to a Spanish conflict.)
-Introduction to Women and Gender Studies 8:30-9:45 (WSGS 101)
-Feminism and Gender Topics 11:30-12:45 (ENGL 307)
-Spanish 1:00-2:15 (SPAN 102)
-Introduction to Social Work 7:00-9:30 downtown (SOWK 200)
(I just added this class today thinking that I don’t need the human reproduction class that I was in, but instead, it might be nice to try out social work before I try to do it for a living. I don’t know if you remember, but I was thinking about majoring in social work for awhile but then decided against it because communications offers such a broader spectrum of employment opportunities. While I’m not thrilled about having a Thursday night class, it opens up my afternoons so that I might be able to do some more volunteer work/get in a yoga class/do some more childcare.
Seeing it out for the first time makes it look easier than I had previously thought. I tried to add a seventh class so that I could just finish everything up and not have to take summer classes, but they’re still blocking it. So I guess if I’m going to have to pay extra, I might as well wait until the summer to do it. I can do the first six week session (the second is out now because of jury duty and the big move) and then be done with it by the middle of June.
For a senior in college, there are a surprising amount of 101 classes. I know this. I finished my major so long ago and am just now cleaning everything up. I won’t lie, I didn’t do so well at the long term plan during my first couple of years of school.