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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderposting View Post
    how far into it are you? if your just starting, get ready to get ****ed.
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    One that will leave me in debt. Golf course management(business degree) and of course, I was in the golf industry for 6 years teaching and now I'm headed back to school next year to become a firefighter. Hooray for debt! Be living at home till I'm 30 lol

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    Associates in Business Management and Bachelors in Computer Science with math as a minor.
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    poly sci with a minor in philosophy...all i got out if it is i can bang out a 10 page of bs in about 30 min
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Walls Era View Post
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    Majoring in comp science but might switch to engineering because its not much harder

    If I stick to comp science il prob double major with math too since comp science has such rigorous math classes, well so does engineering
    Computer Engineering might be a bit harder thant CS. Most people who don't wanna do the workload of CE and EE switch to CS.
    Yeah might switch to CE, but EE is prob too much of a switch in terms if difficulty

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    Quote Originally Posted by burgh_fan66 View Post
    Associates in Business Management and Bachelors in Computer Science with math as a minor.
    mixing business and computer science is something i wish i did. it gives you a ridiculous advantage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halladay View Post
    One that will leave me in debt. Golf course management(business degree) and of course, I was in the golf industry for 6 years teaching and now I'm headed back to school next year to become a firefighter. Hooray for debt! Be living at home till I'm 30 lol
    That's becoming more and more normal these days what with it being impossible to find a good job and all. I'm gonna have to rely on pure luck to get a job with the degree I'm working on (AAS in game art).

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    Will have an A.S. in criminal justice after this semester.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicHero3 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by burgh_fan66 View Post
    Associates in Business Management and Bachelors in Computer Science with math as a minor.
    mixing business and computer science is something i wish i did. it gives you a ridiculous advantage
    How?

    Only way I can think of are manager type positions or opening your own pc tech place

    CS majors don't need communication skills lol, sad but true

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    Quote Originally Posted by yaswaggin View Post
    Majoring in comp science but might switch to engineering because its not much harder

    If I stick to comp science il prob double major with math too since comp science has such rigorous math classes, well so does engineering
    engineering math is nothing like pure math, in terms of "rigor"

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    Quote Originally Posted by yaswaggin View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MagicHero3 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by burgh_fan66 View Post
    Associates in Business Management and Bachelors in Computer Science with math as a minor.
    mixing business and computer science is something i wish i did. it gives you a ridiculous advantage
    How?

    Only way I can think of are manager type positions or opening your own pc tech place

    CS majors don't need communication skills lol, sad but true
    Actually it has helped me a lot but it happens to be a very specific instance. I work for a small but growing company that only employed 1 IT person the work was getting too much for her but not enough for a 2nd person. So I was hired to take some of her work and the rest of the time I work with the finance people helping them get the information they need out of the new system that was just set up.
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    i don't have a degree

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    Working on Environmental Studies with a minor in Coaching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of Blades View Post
    That's becoming more and more normal these days what with it being impossible to find a good job and all. I'm gonna have to rely on pure luck to get a job with the degree I'm working on (AAS in game art).
    I know what you mean, many of my friends, well educated people, still live at home and aren't getting jobs in the fields their degree was in. My sister was in college for 2 years, and went to York University for 4 years(one of the best schools in the country) and took teaching program at York, she was also an honor role student in high school and what's she doing now? working full time with mentally challenged children as well as another part-time job. I'm a student and deliver pizzas...worst part is, delivering pizzas pays better than teaching golf ever sad. What a ****ing sad world. I was always pushed into getting into a trade. That's honestly the way to go but I tried it, and hated it. Boring,lame and repetitive.

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