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POLS 3500: Political Analysis

Soc Sci: 1200 History of Civilization (I only need 6 credit hours for a history minor with my degree, I'm still debating if I should do it.

POLS 4000: Senior Thesis

HIST ?: Either History of the Middle East or American History: Vietnam to the Present.

If I go for the history minor then I also have to take one more semester and take History of Civ II, unless somehow I can take them concurrently.

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My fall schedule is completely screwed up right now. For summer I'm taking:

CHEM 1310: Intro Chemistry
COE 2100: Statics

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Tinros - they're offering a SCUBA course at my school next fall as well, but as we don't live anywhere near deep water I'm not sure about its practical application. Unless they plan on taking long field trips or something.
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FS 6793 Qualitative Research Methods
FS 6423 Readings in Family Studies
LS 5573 Web Development for Information Professionals
LS 5553 Electronic Information Retrieval

and....that's it... the end is SO near....

Fall- Comps and dissertation
*shakes in her flip-flops*

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Dr Strangelove
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Yeah, that's right.

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No classes at all, just research! Wooooo!
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I'll be taking two graduate courses, while working full time. Should be fun:

ECON 622: Development Economics II
ECON 651: International Trade I

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Hist 105: Western Civ to 17th century
Phil 330: Medical Ethics
Ling101: Introduction to Language
Arab101: Elementary Arabic I
Astr101: Principles of Astronomy
Astrsomething: Lab Astronomy

Edit: Oh, those are courses for the next Fall semester. Over the summer, I am taking:

International Politics
Philosophy of Language

[ June 02, 2008, 05:25 PM: Message edited by: JonHecht ]

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Young Adult Literature
18th Century Literary Theory & Interpretation
Secondary Educ. Methods
Secondary Educ. Measurement & Evaluation
Secondary Educ. Classroom Management
Practicum in classroom management, which includes 20 hours of observation in a middle school which is conducting remedial summer school.

I should NOT be taking this many hours in the summer - the reading load is crazy. I have 120 pages to read tonight before class tomorrow morning (my education classes are Monday-Thursday every day, with reading and assignments due each night) but my 18th century lit class is tonight from 5:30-9:40. So, I won't get home until after 10. I won't see much of my husband or kids for the month of June.

I'm in the computer lab checking email (and HatCrack) because my DSL line is screwed up at home and the technician who was supposed to come today to fix it - hasn't showed up nor has he called.

I am nuts, certifiably nuts for attempting this.

Somebody shoot me.

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I'm starting a PhD program this fall.

Don't know my schedule yet, but it will include the area seminar for first year PhD students, one 8000-level class and one class-credit worth of independent study/research.

I'm excited. [Big Grin]

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this summer are my last 4 classes of my undergraduate degree. woot! 2 easy and 2 not so easy classes.

EASY: 1000 level classes
1. Art in Society
2. Health/Fitness for Life

1. Marketing Mgt.
2. Economic Development

and then im done! 8 weeks away.

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