I should probably answer this with what I'm not studying! lol. Currently I'm studying several medical texts including, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Principles of pharmacology, and Medical Physiology. Just a little light reading lol. There are 3 National Geographic magazines on my end table waiting to be read as well. My 5 year old daughter and I are working our way through the anatomy coloring book and a biology coloring book. I also have a couple books on homeschooling that I pick up in between my medical texts.
I'm pretty boring I know. lol
I am studying php because I just purchased a book on php. It seems so hard to me so i do not know how long it will take me to finish this book.
Hi, at school I am studying mediamatics, which is media merged with informatics and how new information technologies influence the way we communicate. And by the school I also study human needs psychology and how to make positive changes in a persons life.
I'm studying Music Industries Management and it covers a LOT of stuff in the "behind the scenes" area of the music industry. From managing a band and tour managing to business management, event promotion and collection societies. It's a lot of work and a lot of practical, hands-on experience. I'm enjoying it.
I am currently going through a correspondence school taking a distance learning course. I am doing the Administrative Assistant/Secretary course and right now I am studying Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.
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