So who's in college and whats your major?

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    Apr 17, 2009 4:42 AM GMT
    I'm Bio, but i want to get more involved in nutrition
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    Apr 17, 2009 6:59 AM GMT
    ctrutle1 saidI'm Bio, but i want to get more involved in nutrition


    When it comes to nutrition, biochemistry is your friend. icon_biggrin.gif

    I'm a 4th year undergrad in Molecular and Cell Biology at UC Santa Cruz. Going on to a PhD program this fall in Pharmacology at UW.
  • DrobUA

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    Apr 17, 2009 7:05 AM GMT
    I'm pre-med at University of Arizona but I'm gonna change it. Eight more years of school is not for me.
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    Apr 17, 2009 7:06 AM GMT
    I had three years of BS Biology. Then dropped it in favor for a Computer Programming diploma. I had good grades and all that, and I loved Biology, but it's just not practical to study the 'pure science' courses in a country like ours.

    And I don't want to be a teacher, neither would I ever dream of entering the medical fields. icon_confused.gif
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    Apr 17, 2009 7:12 AM GMT
    Undergrad, 3rd year.

    I'm majoring in Political Science (Global Political Economy), and minoring in history (Middle East and Africa).

    Going slow so that I can work.

    Probably going to take a couple years off after school before I attempt anything like a masters or PhD.

    And the dream schools are... quite expensive. So that's a ways off.
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    Apr 17, 2009 9:39 AM GMT
    Medical Biology (pre-med) & Biochemistry double major; minor in Art & Math
  • beaujangle

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    Apr 17, 2009 10:18 AM GMT
    Postgrad in Law
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    Apr 17, 2009 10:19 AM GMT
    Minoring in CNS (computer network systems) and majoring in ISS (internet systems security)
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    Apr 17, 2009 10:55 AM GMT
    Master of IT, babies!
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    Apr 17, 2009 12:16 PM GMT
    Grad student in US History. I'll finish this december. Yay!icon_biggrin.gif
  • Salubrious

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    Apr 17, 2009 12:23 PM GMT
    4th year (of 5) double majoring in English and Women's and Gender Studies.
  • Mikeylikesit

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    Apr 17, 2009 12:24 PM GMT
    Ugh....Back to school for Nursing!!....After two degrees in engineering....icon_evil.gif
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    Apr 17, 2009 12:24 PM GMT
    3rd year undergrad in Exercise Physiology,

    then will go to grad school for my Doctorates of Physical Therapy icon_biggrin.gif
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    Apr 17, 2009 12:27 PM GMT
    Undergrad - 3rd year - Accounting
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    Apr 17, 2009 12:53 PM GMT
    Junior at Univ or Texas at San Antonio majoring in : Kinesiology with a focus on exercise science.
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    Apr 17, 2009 12:53 PM GMT
    bs in finance

    working on my masters in financial engineering. slowly....lol
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    Apr 17, 2009 1:35 PM GMT
    I'm Canadian...and I've always been curious...here, we call universities (which issue degrees upon graduation) "universities" and community/specialty colleges (which issue certificates or diplomas) "colleges"...why do Americans call universities "colleges"?
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    Apr 17, 2009 1:46 PM GMT
    I'm in school for engineering. I'm hoping to transfer to a university which has Aerospace Engineering. icon_smile.gif
  • tbeaux

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    Apr 17, 2009 1:55 PM GMT
    Mizzouuuuuu! and Nutrition and Fitness
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    Apr 17, 2009 2:06 PM GMT
    Back in school for my MBA at Southern Methodist University
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    Apr 18, 2009 1:48 AM GMT
    xanadude saidI'm Canadian...and I've always been curious...here, we call universities (which issue degrees upon graduation) "universities" and community/specialty colleges (which issue certificates or diplomas) "colleges"...why do Americans call universities "colleges"?


    Well, here in the States, we normally get a diploma after graduating from a university, so that might be why "college" and "university" are interchangeable here in the States.

    Other than that, it might just be simple cultural nomenclature (eg. we say "high school" instead of "secondary school")
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    Apr 18, 2009 2:07 AM GMT
    TheIStrat saidGrad student in US History. I'll finish this december. Yay!icon_biggrin.gif


    YAY another history student! icon_biggrin.gif
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    Apr 18, 2009 2:13 AM GMT
    Exercise science with a minor in nutrition.
  • IdkMyBffJill

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    Apr 18, 2009 2:21 AM GMT
    Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program. 2 yrs left.
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    Apr 18, 2009 2:22 AM GMT
    jeffy87 said
    xanadude saidI'm Canadian...and I've always been curious...here, we call universities (which issue degrees upon graduation) "universities" and community/specialty colleges (which issue certificates or diplomas) "colleges"...why do Americans call universities "colleges"?


    Well, here in the States, we normally get a diploma after graduating from a university, so that might be why "college" and "university" are interchangeable here in the States.

    Other than that, it might just be simple cultural nomenclature (eg. we say "high school" instead of "secondary school")


    OK, I'm gonna sound like such a dork, but I think the reason why Americans say "going to college" as opposed to "going to university" is because they in fact get their degrees from an undergraduate college WITHIN a university - i.e. you're actually graduating from the College of Arts and Sciences or the College of Engineering as opposed to the actual university, which is more like the umbrella institution.

    Oh, and yes, I'm (back) in college...working on my third degree! B.Sc. in Business.