Courses that you always wanted to take

@tashakau (131)
Canada
May 22, 2009 5:26pm CST
Does anyone ever wanted to take a course either in College or University and did not and now you are regretting it. I would like to know
6 responses
@seeker48 (25)
• United States
2 Jun 09
Yes, I should have taken Elementary Education with an specialization in Math. Even though I achieved a BS, what I didn't know then that I know now is that my father was right.........teaching is an experience of a lifetime and very rewarding too. He thought I was a natural. And sure enough, I've been teaching children to adults ever since my son was a baby 25+ years ago. Father knows best.
@McBeer (1)
23 May 09
Im about to go to University to do Popular Music Production, but part of me wishes I took physics and maths for A-Level so I could be more broad and maybe try acoustic engineering or architecture for studios! Also, wish I could of taken photography. =]
@omiami (412)
• Malta
23 May 09
I would have loved to take a course in interpreting and translation. I love languages and this course is suitable when doing interpreting and tranlations. I hope to get the opportunity to do something like this in the near future.
@MyzDy19 (919)
• Philippines
23 May 09
I'm a college student in a University. I'm going to be a 4th-yr college BS ECE student this coming school year. My chosen course is ECE(Electronics Engineering) but the course that I really want to take is Fine Arts Major in Animation. I can't say that I regretted the course I've taken up. Maybe I didn't like it as much as I like Fine Arts. Even though I'm not enjoying the subjects included in this course I still want to finish it. After all I find some little things that I'm interested to learn in this course ^^ and now I'm hoping that I'll succeed in this field.
• United States
23 May 09
I'm still in college so I have time to take the courses but one course that I have been dying to get into is Human Sexuality. For me I think it is going to be an interesting class, and even though it is a freshman level course, everyone always requests it so the 300-400 students that get it each semester are all seniors. I have 2 years left to get it - but it is a course that allows you to get different perspectives about an issue that is very pressing to at least the United States. Besides that I'm a communication major with 2 minors, political science and sociology, so I feel that with the minors I've chosen I'll be able to get a well rounded experience out of my time at school.
@technoobs (406)
• Philippines
22 May 09
Before I like to be an electronics and communications engineer, but now I changed my mind to be a bachelor in the field of Information Technology. Its already been my fourth year in electronics and communications engineering thinking may be its too late to shift to another course, but I made it. I first got a 2 year technical certificate in Computer Technician. I have looked for a job and working 3 years. I then thought of continuing my studies in the field of Information Technology. That's how I got to be enrolled now in the I.T. in a College quite traveling from work. I tried to go back to the University where I took electronics and communications engineering but it seems that they would gave me the new curriculum since what I got before was the experimental stage and RA 9292 got in effect. If ever that I would have a chance to be back on that university I'll be taking Communications engineering just to enhance my I.T. course.