What are you studying

Canada
October 26, 2008 7:11am CST
For all the students out there what are you studying and how long will it take you?
1 person likes this
7 responses
@munhozmib (3729)
• Sao Paulo, Brazil
26 Oct 08
Hello! I am studying at a normal school, coursing the high school. I will finish it in 2009 (by the end of the next year). I am also studying Tourism. I'll be a technician in Tourism in the middle of the next year. Great, isn't it? Respectfully, Munhozmib.
• Canada
27 Oct 08
Wow I envy you Going to high school and also taking toursim! I finished highschool in 2000 and i only started college 2 years ago.
1 person likes this
@munhozmib (3729)
• Sao Paulo, Brazil
7 Nov 08
Don't envy me. Just because I study in two different schools doesn't mean I am good. It may also mean that I am a time waster, if I do not pay attention and study hard.
• Philippines
26 Oct 08
I just finished my MBA this month. I am planning to work part-time in a University as an instructor while working at night as a Training and Quality Manager in a call center. Or, I may have to take PhD or another course. This will take me at least 2 years. Good day!
• Canada
27 Oct 08
Wow you got it all figured out! I wish you the best!
@stefaxh (53)
• China
26 Oct 08
I have the same doubt with you,as a student,we spend much time in the studying.But I don't know what are we studying for?when it will be a end?
• Canada
27 Oct 08
Can you be more specific on what you mean? It will be a end? I study alot but I am working towards opening a non profit daycare!
1 person likes this
@mensab (4208)
• Philippines
26 Oct 08
i am taking an international peace studies at university for peace in costa rica. it is a 19-month program, not long nor short. i think it is just enough to have a grasp of global issues in peace and conflict studies. and you? what are you taking? do you enjoy your course? in my case, i enjoy studying peace and conflict.
• Canada
27 Oct 08
That is great. I just finished early childhood education. I am now starting child day care management! I have always wanted to work with children!
@rmuxagirl (7569)
• United States
7 Nov 08
If I go back to school, no matter what I study it would probably take a me a few years like between two to three years. Some of my credits from my first degree will transfer over while other won't so it depends on the school. If I got to go where I want to for Pshycology it would take me two years to get the credits I need.
• United States
27 Oct 08
Right now I'm studying Japanese... which makes sense as I'm in Japan at the moment. Though my focus of study is really English and literature, I'm taking a break to learn another language... it's quite fun.
@ladysakurax (1163)
• Canada
27 Oct 08
University study majoring in actuary (mathematicien). It's not an easy program so with repeating the failed class and taking less courses, it might take me 5 years instead of 4...along way to go :(