Northeastern University B.A. Mathematics Major
Bridgewater State College M.Ed School Administration
But most of my education has come from being a husband, a father, and working for 36 years prior to retirement. Still learning.
Chemistry major; physics & botany as ancillaries; Then I did PG.
The Ohio State University- B.A - major French, minor in International Studies. One year work on a Masters in Education Foreign Language Education. Twenty-two years at the College of Hard Knocks.
I didn't go to university but have taught myself Biblical Hebrew and am now teaching it to others.
Yes, I did go to college, did my graduation, with Honors in Economics and Social Work, then, on to University, and got a Masters in History ... Frankly, there was not much to learn, at college or the University ...
During my High School, I had started the study of Koran ... and learned, whatever little I know.
English, French Studies, and then Library and Information Science
I went to college and graduated. I studied physics, the subject that most of people do not like.
English with an emphasis in journalism, but I decided that with an English major I would probably become a teacher. So I changed my major to Art History. I became a teacher.
What about you?
History with an emphasis on pre-law. I never went to law school but I gained a great propensity for research and writing and have performed many freelance paralegal assignments.
Elementary and Special Education, and now I'm a Kindergarten teacher.
Wish I would have gone for English and \ or Journalism.
I'm in college now, going for a Liberal Arts Associate Degree. So far, nothings been said about a major...how/when/what?
I seem to be taking more English based or Humanities based courses.
yes. Acquired a Bachelor of Sciences in Applied Philosophies.
Not yet but I hope to start soon once life settles down. I'm aiming for a degree in history.
I went to college and received a degree in Chemistry with a minor in Math and Biology.
I majored in Math and Computer Science with a minor in Psychology. Great Job Opportunities within this field.
I dropped out of school in the 10th grade and now work at home as a webmaster.
I have a B.S. from the University of California at Irvine (in Biological Sciences: specializing in bioechemistry and molecular biology).
almost done with Ph.D in Sociology, but I stopped because my baby needs me. Maybe someday I will go back and finished it when my baby is older.
I attended 5 of them..must have loved school..
actually earned a few degrees, BA and MA.
I studied home economics and cooking. That is why I love my food!!!!
I have a specialist Degree in History and Political Science...
most of the countries I studied don't exist anymore
I also did extensive research in gynecology
Greek One said:
- most of the countries I studied don't exist anymore -
I've got an issue something like that, most of my science doesn't count anymore! Actually none of it does. What I don't understand is why math credits no longer count. I don't have to redo math because I just tested instead but really, what's different?
Men, a question: Do you think it would have helped you, harmed you, or been a neutral factor to have been pulled out of school for two years, (all boys, not just you) between the ages of about 13 and 15, to work physically and do useful projects? I think it would be better for boys hitting puberty and trying to become men to put their minds and bodies to use in different ways than sitting all day in a classroom.
Even the men who enjoyed school overall remember those years as a time they hated. The ones who DID leave school (to add to family income) went back later but don't regret being out for a while. I'm wondering if it may hold true for more than just the small sample I know of.
In general, I think school is really designed for girls, so you may have a good idea. In earlier days boys at least got to take classes in wood shop, metal shop, auto mechanics and printing.. I don't think any of those exist in today's systems.
I was going to reply "no", but you make a good point. I took wood shop, metal shop and electronics shop in high school. Also was a chemistry lab assistant, designing and running my own experiments. (Almost finished an electronic gizmo to dissolve C-C bonds, like in flesh, but got caught before it was done).
All of which kept me building things, and I worked (paperboy, then other jobs later on). Kids don't seem to do any of that today.
Yes I graduated with a B.S. in Social and Rehabilitation Services.
yes, took up Journalism. And 'am planning to take up Film very soon...hopefully:)
Yes. Architecture. I have a B.Arch. (5 year professional degree).
B.S. Degree from the University of Southern, MS in 2001 for Social & Rehabilitation Services. Minor: psychology
Working on my Bachelors in Liberal Studies! Emphasis on Linguistics or Mathematics.
Yeap! I majored in Graphic Design. Now I'm attending college again, majoring Interior Design. Thought this would be a better choice for me and plus, I'll have TWO majors that I can switch back and forth.
BA in Russian
Useful for reading Akhmatova and eavesdropping on my in-laws, but not much else! Now I'm thinking about going back for natural resources science, probably agroforestry or wildlife ecology. I probably should have gone with science in the first place, but I do love Russian literature...
B.A. in psychology as a pre-medical degree (I was on my own inventing the modern field of neuroscience), minor in English.
M.M. in voice, minor in piano, specialization in Baroque and pre-Baroque music.
Two technical certificates in music performance.
6 hours of work towards a Ph.D. in music until I decided to take my talents and skills elsewhere.
by Michael Ward 5 years ago
Do You Think It's Ridiculous that Education Majors Become Teachers?Every time a teacher in high school introduced themselves they bragged about their degrees from some big name university and I would always ask "What was this degree in?". They reply, every single time,...
by SilentMagenta 3 years ago
I'm a College student. Help me?I am a chemistry major. I can't pass chemistry 2. I want to be a doctor one day. I know you must be an A student for med school but I'm hoping my "never give up" attitude will show determination. I have questioned my major countless time. None of my...
by Sharp Points 3 years ago
How did you choose a major in college?Was it job security? Did you follow your dreams? How many times did you change your mind?
by Leah Lefler 4 years ago
My son brought home a lot of schoolwork from kindergarten (obviously a worksheet packet that had been completed over the past week). Several of the sheets were marked with statements like "you need to try your best!" or "not acceptable!" I looked at his work and the work is all...
by Jeremy Gill 7 months ago
Hello all, does anyone have any experience with the usefulness (or lack thereof) of a college minor? For instance, have you ever convinced an employer to hire you based on the minor and not the major?
by Anjili 6 years ago
Do you ever feel you should have had a different kind of education?
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc. HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.
|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|