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    Re: Whats your major in?

    Quote Originally Posted by 00clone View Post
    2 degrees? You really felt like it, then.
    I had so much college credit going into college from ap that I got 2 degrees in 3.5 years.



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    Re: Whats your major in?

    Quote Originally Posted by 00clone View Post
    2 degrees? You really felt like it, then.
    Hey Rabbuk...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of..._United_States


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    Re: Whats your major in?

    Meteorology... 7 years removed.

    God, has it really been that long?


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    Re: Whats your major in?

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    Re: Whats your major in?

    Quote Originally Posted by MNCYWX View Post
    Meteorology... 7 years removed.

    God, has it really been that long?
    Dude... you're almost 30... which means you're practically 40 which means you're basically 50.


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    Re: Whats your major in?

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUCyclones2015 View Post
    Dude... you're almost 30... which means you're practically 40 which means you're basically 50.
    Which means he is practically dead


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    Re: Whats your major in?

    Quote Originally Posted by cmjh10 View Post
    Which means he is practically dead
    RIP MNCYWX


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    Re: Whats your major in?

    Major in ****ing *****es

    Minor in getting money



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    Re: Whats your major in?

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUCyclones2015 View Post
    RIP MNCYWX
    Crap.


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    Re: Whats your major in?

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    Major in ****ing *****es

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    Re: Whats your major in?

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    Major in ****ing *****es

    Minor in getting money



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    Re: Whats your major in?

    Quote Originally Posted by Luth4Cy View Post
    I have a completely different opinion on this. If you don't know what you want to do a four year school will give you more opportunities than a two year school to explore a variety of fields and programs. The problem is it costs more money.

    Not trying to get into an argument. Just thought the OP should see both sides of the argument.
    I would agree with this, however make sure to be semi-smart with your money. Throwing away $600 a month in student loans every month blows. If you decide to study abroad, don't spend money like your on a 6 month long spring break.



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    Re: Whats your major in?

    Quote Originally Posted by kevdiv48 View Post
    My opinion of course, but you shouldn't be going to a 4 year university if you have no idea what you want to study. The good thing about going to CC in Iowa is most of the credits transfer to the state schools.
    To answer the OP, mechanical engineering for me. On a co-op atm and graduating next May.
    Thought about this, but decided Iowa State was better for me than DMACC. No going back now.



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    Re: Whats your major in?

    Okay, guys. Maybe I'll just make it a double major and stay for another semester



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    Re: Whats your major in?

    Quote Originally Posted by Luth4Cy View Post
    I have a completely different opinion on this. If you don't know what you want to do a four year school will give you more opportunities than a two year school to explore a variety of fields and programs. The problem is it costs more money.

    Not trying to get into an argument. Just thought the OP should see both sides of the argument.
    Completely valid, but see bold. That tends to be a pretty darn big problem for a fair amount of people.



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