>BSc Economics, University of Birmingham
>MSc Finance and Risk Management, Univeristy College London
BSc Sport and Exercise Science-Loughborough
MSc Sports Nutrition - Loughborough
Currently PhD at Loughborough multiple areas but focussing my research on power events & nutrition. Only doing this because I CBA to get a real job and being a student is way easier.
i find men who post in r8 or penis threads insufferably stupid. literally cannot take them seriously after that. so this thread is like, hey im a dude i post on 4chan and i actually have a brain/will to accomplish things that dont revolve around my dick.
its hot. keep posting boys.
well if someone said something like that to you, would you be like oh wow yea this person is friendly! its like telling a cancer patient not to speak about cancer at the cancer meeting because people could be alcoholics.
yes, i am here to steal all your degrees.
i think its sexy/cool/interesting/amazing. especially when its about things i have no education in myself. i become a sponge with highly intellectual people. the best is watching documentaries on the subject and just letting them talk about it the entire time. i get heart eyes lol.
i have no idea what you're talking about. look, if degrees get you horny then that's fabulous. forget i said anything. i'm not sure what cancer or alcoholism has to do with it. i have lost family to cancer, though.
Wildlife and exotics! I'll probably double major in wildlife biology so I have something to fall back on.
Oh God, yeah it's a lot of work. I'm hoping to get into UC Davis for grad school. :^) right now I'm in honors with A&M
Bachelor of Arts, Linguistics, Concentration in Language and Cognition, magna cum laude
Juris Doctor, Concentration in Intellectual Property and Communication Law
Took the bar exam in July. No job yet though.
Oh man. Look, you want to chat with a girl. Someone told you to cast a net. Sure. Don't do it in the same thread. Take it to a kik thread. Your options for best chance at response here, which was already slim, was to A) Pick only the girls with a similar degree and show interest in chatting about it. B) Pick one girl. Suggest an interest in chatting about her degree. B being the better option. You may have been intelligent enough to memorise a bunch of facts to become a doctor (which I get is tough. I'm doing it now. Good on you, go help people) but you've made yourself look like a dumb fuck. Also don't call people cuteness. Especially if you know nothing about them or what they look like. You throw out fake compliments and you come off as someone who'd be fake to talk to. You reek of too much desperation and a femanon can smell the dick pics you'll send from a mile away.
Sorry guys. Couldn't help myself. Back to degrees.
Because any asshole can see that he meant Maryland, not doctor of medicine, and he was spam replying to every female.
Depends on your state and school. LMU didn't do dissertations, they did regular finals. It's the bar that kicks your ass, though.
Began learning stone masonry, worked as a fixer mason for a couple of years and did some banker work and carving on the side, then decided to pursue (certainly the only degree of this nature I've ever heard of) Architectural Stone Carving in London.
In my country, it's Law Year 1, LY2, LY3, LY4.
All LY1 are Freshmen, but LY2 beyond don't follow the rule.
The fuck is this, you guys don't have Dissertations?
Everything always has to be harder here. This is bull.
And here we just called Juris Doctor, J.D.
Yup, cousins took bar 5 times. Like I said, everything is more difficult where I'm at.
I'm in ECE but I've want to do video game development professionally. Been President of a local development club for about a year and a half and trying desparately to push out some good project alongside demanding schoolwork. It's rough.
The easy jobs to get are government or engineering for like sewer and stuff, but I smoke weed. A lot of people try to get jobs with insurance companies.
I don't do anything specifically relative to my degree. I studied Geographic Information Science and mainly apply the IS part of my degree. I work at a law firm right now and have recently examined one of our client's data-tables to better understand how their system is calculating so called "Collection Cost".
I want to develop software mainly comprising of an information system, like a legal management software or even a video game, so I should probably just go back and get some CS degree.
I find typically a CS degree doesn't make a difference if you're going to develop software on your own. You may be better off taking free classes online on your own time. A lot of universities have them.
You're right. I suppose I didn't add any context. In college the situation was communicating with international grad students. My current situation is communicating with an army-trained networking engineer. My future goal is to express myself in a more accessible way. Degree wasn't the correct thing to say. Maybe apprenticeship is better? This day in age that would indeed be better accomplished through the internet.
Where is "here?"
No one actually says "Juris doctor" here either but it's fun to make it sound fancier.
>Where are you applying?
Not many places since no one really posts openings for attorneys with zero experience. But the places I have applied to haven't even bothered to inform me of their lack of interest.
Bachelor's degree in Archaeology
Doing Master's in Arcaheology and a Master's in Cultural and Historical Heritage
I second this anon. Just do the LVN program, marry me and we can run a broken life together barely scraping by with a child we had too early and lower our self esteems to the point to where we can't leave one another because we don't think we can do any better.
Basically, I'm asking if you want to get coffee.
Literally no jobs and internships.
Pivot to stats or applied.
If any of you have projects for me to help code, please shoot me an email (email@example.com). I spend all my time on code chef to help prep myself. Thanks, the desperation is real.