Originally Posted by kael03
Or, I could switch to physics, as I already have all my gen eds done for the school of arts and sciences, including a class that will count towards my Physics degree. It will take me about 2 years to get my bachelor's in physics, another 2 years to get my Masters.
Also, why would I spend another $4000+ on a degree I'll never use and am steadily losing interest in? That makes no sense at all. I won't make any money from it, as even if I finish the degree I'll still have to go to graduate school to get my Masters to be able to do anything with a Psych degree.
And how the fuck is that "psych 101"? Why are you trying to play my phrase against me? It's not "psych 101" to say "finish the degree since your so close". It's advising 101 (they are different).
as i said you should just finish your degree in psych since it will only be 1 more semester and if you still want to switch to physics when your done then do so, switching to physics you probably wont have majority fo the classes ,it will probably take atleast a year and a half, you claim 2.
i dont know, why would you spend 12,000 towards a degree that requires 16 and then switch, why are you 25. almost done with college and planning to swithc majors and be 27-28 when you first graduate undergrad
its not psych 101, i said i wouldnt give you my psych 101 take on it, learn to read