What was/is your college major, /lgbt/?
> inb4 all the trans girls in CompSci
I'm majoring in biochemistry
banking on the biotech industry boom
Bi man going for an associate's in IT.
Wish I could meet a cute guy on campus, but I live too far away to attend any clubs in my shitty gas guzzler.
>Being bisexual mtf
>not bisexual mtf in denial
swear everyone studdying that here used to be the one in the bottom
Mechanical Engineering, getting good grades for Aerospace grad-school at the better state university in case I don't manage to swing a job or an internship after my bachelor's
>all these mtf's in male dominated job fields
kek top hon
Liberal Fucking Arts
I finished it, but now I don't want to back go to school. The plan was to transfer to a real school with a real major, but going to highschool 2.0 burned me the fuck out. For now I just cook food for work and doodle shit for fun. It's fulfilling but unsustainable.
Gay cis male, Economics BA with minor in History.
Gay male, chem and music double major (the music major is really laid back at my school.)
Some awesome, driven classmates in my chem classes and a hefty amount of queers in the music department, so I like how this turned out.
gayfag in chemical engineering
theres only one other gay guy in my class and professors keep confusing us because we look so much alike
Not in college yet, because I made bad decisions and enrolled into wrong shit, then quit.
But I want to study agriculture or something. I just want to get the fuck out of the city, become a farmer or something.
Or I'll just be computer hardware fixer. Eh.
More like special snowflake syndrome sufferers
> Bisexual MTF
> Went to school to major in digital arts
> Left that shit to focus on welding
> Current goal is to master all of the trades
Fuck college, fuck big universities. Trades are the way to go.
I'm a double major in my senior year of my philosophy and audio production programs.
I would like to work for a radio station after school to be a part of creating content for programming. Either that or be a philosophy professor at some point.
>private art school
>inb4 no job
I'm in the gaming industry now
Bio male fag
>There are 93 posters in this thread.
>every single person on this thread is male
Electrical Engineering and Theoretical Physics the first time. I was in RLE back then and got bashed and really fucked up in conversion therapy so I never finished. I wanted to design chips. Computer Science and Studio Art the second time. Computerized art was my goal, and Com-Sci would be easy As.
Stay late or go early so you can go to the clubs.
Why aren't you studying the only useful liberal art LGBT+?
>lies I tell myself every morning just to get through the day while knowing I'm destined to be overworked, underpaid, and utilising zero of the skills 5 years of university has given me.
Education doesn't get you the job, it helps you differentiate yourself from the competition and gives you several years to dedicate to understanding your subject.
Saying that, if you're unmotivated / uninterested like 2/3s of college / university students then it makes no difference and you're 100% right.
>grew up in a small southern town so I remained pretty firmly in the closet except for a handful of people I was close friends with
>moved hours away to go to uni in a bigger city
>lived in my own apartment near the college
>have a few classes with a guy from my old school, cute, handsome, maybe slightly feminine
>we hit it off since we're both fish out of water a bit
>hanging out a lot
>he lives further from the uni so he spends the night at my apartment sometimes
>one night I get up to go to the kitchen for something to drink and he's masturbating to his laptop on the couch
>we look right at each other, freeze for a moment, then I tell him don't mind me and I go right back to my room
>lay in bed thinking about it
>work up the courage to go back out there, he closes his laptop instantly and covers up again
>awkwardly tell him I could help with that, if he wants
>go back in my room not sure if he was agreeing or not
>he comes in a minute later
Hardware programming is the designing and laying out of digital circuits on chips and circuit boards. The faster ones required you to be very conversant in transmission line theory. That is very solidly applied Electrical Engineering. Most is done by software now. Places like Intel and AMD program their own design rules into the CAE software.
Cis lesbian History major.
Fuck all other majors.