Good ol gender studies
@Sluggernot, the same people that cry about free college the most
Shouldn’t have majored in liberal arts
@RepostSniper, or learned to spell “sophomore” correctly...
what degree are y'all pursuing in university?
@YoloSwagger23, Aerospace at NC state
@YoloSwagger23, Animation, with a focus on script writing, storyboarding and concept art. :)
@YoloSwagger23, I’m about to go back, after dropping from standard college, to attempt nursing school. I dropped out to begin with cause I took on too much at once, and was burnt out from school after having busted my rear in high school.
@YoloSwagger23, graduated for culinary arts 1 year ago.
@YoloSwagger23, computer engineering with a side of electrical
@YoloSwagger23, mechanical engineering. Won’t find me in the job search.
@YoloSwagger23, Pharmaceutical Sciences so I can be a licensed drug dealer
@YoloSwagger23, business marketing a Simpson University
@YoloSwagger23, Earth Science major checking in
@YoloSwagger23, took game design at Full Sail and got a job at EA
@YoloSwagger23, electrical and computer engineering at University of Arizona
@YoloSwagger23, astrophysics and biomed engineering
@YoloSwagger23, nice everyone congrats & hope the best for everyone & i'm studying Finance bachelor's degree
@YoloSwagger23, manufacturing engineer at csulb, graduated in 2010
@YoloSwagger23, electrical engineering, western Kentucky university
@YoloSwagger23, industrial design at Appalachian State
@YoloSwagger23, my degree is in game development. Still got a job with that joke sounding degree.
@YoloSwagger23, Biochemistry, Texas State. I’m gonna study something that’s alive. As long as there’s something alive jobs are plentiful.
@YoloSwagger23, mechanical engineering at Georgia tech to go into the military
@YoloSwagger23, Operations Management and Logistics Management
@YoloSwagger23, accounting. I hate it, but I gotta get that money somehow.
@Smo Queed, whered you get your degree?
@YoloSwagger23, Bachelors in Computer Science and Physics at Bridgewater state university. Hopefully Ill be working at NASA some day?
@Legend115, Ive looked into doing something like that specifically with Full Sail. Howd it all go, and hows working for our corporate overlords over at EA?
@unknownjanitor, Branford Hall in Western Mass, but, lol, no degree. I was at a trade school, so I have a certificate of completion, which I find, with the right experience, is just as useful as a 4 year degree. At least in the culinary market.
@YoloSwagger23, doubling in electrical engineering and mathematics at UAA.
@unknownjanitor, A lot of people are hesitant to go to full sail because they believe it’s “fake” or whatever. In all honesty, from my time being there, the only people that complained about the education they were getting were the people who weren’t doing the work and weren’t doing extra stuff outside of class to really hammer down their skills. So as long as you’re willing to do the work and more, you’ll do excellent. And I really like my co workers. They are amazing people. Also, for the record, we don’t agree with pretty much anything they’re doing right now. But they sign our paychecks so we just have to smile and nod.
@Legend115, how much do you make there if you dont mind me asking?
@unknownjanitor, I get 18/hour and I’m totally fine with that because technically I’m junior level
@Captain Anderson, ayyy I'm aerospace at UTA
Also works for years in the military
Please, that last picture is every year if you're a hard science major and/or in a pre-professional program