How long will it take you to complete your undergrad degree? I fucked up, now I'll be in this shit hole for 5 years rather than 4
Same boat as you pal.
I changed my major last semester from Marketing to Criminal Justice.
I don't want to be a field cop forever but I like the environment enough to not sit at a desk and talk to scammers and frauds all day.
I'll be out with my BBA in MIS in just under 3 1/2.
There's something to be said about PSEO and College-in-School classes getting you ahead credit wise and more prepared for the workload.
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I had a couple of AP options, but my poor, Appalachian school had a limited choice of classes we were allowed to take. Other than Calc 1, none would have counted toward my major or gen eds
I got my BS in economics (and major in political science) in four years. I fucked up though and got a shitty GPA (<3.0) which kinda limits my grad school options. I'll be okay though if I can just get into a masters program and do well to show that I'm serious.
I've received a lot of interviews, but the only jobs that want me are shitty wageslave ones. Now I'm stuck at Starbucks biding my time and waiting for the next application cycle to begin. I'll probably join the Army Reserve and then the ROTC when I'm in grad school to avoid being in the situation I'm in again.
One more semester for my BA in net admin. Imn probably going to hate it honestly.