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What's your college major/minor?
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I'm not in college yet, so I'm not exactly sure what I'm going to major in, probably something programming related.
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Computer Science, with concentrations in both programming and networking.



I was always most comfortable with low-level coding. Hardware interfaces, assembly language for integrated chips, and C++

Don't ask me about website design, I suck at it
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I majored in slacking with a minor in skipping class.
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Completed in August 1992
Major: Business
Minor: English

Completed in December 2000
Master of Science: Computer System Management

Thinking about a Ph.D. but haven't decided on what yet.
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Dariamus wrote:

Computer Science, with concentrations in both programming and networking.



I was always most comfortable with low-level coding. Hardware interfaces, assembly language for integrated chips, and C++

Don't ask me about website design, I suck at it


webdevs == codemonkeys.
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Graduated.. wow, almost 16 years ago.

Major: Computer Science
Major: Computational Mathematics
Minor: Networking (abandoned after a few semesters were boring, and so I could complete my studies in 3 years rather than 4)

Intent - game programming - I wanted to work on the X-Wing series of Star Wars games
Result - well, started on Star Trek games, but eventually worked on Star Wars games, and many others. Currently doing learning games for kids, which is honestly even better
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Major: Microbiology
Minor: Spanish
I should probably pick up another relevant, related minor so I can specialize in some subfield, but I'm not sure what I want to do. Pathology so far sounds interesting.

I will go for my Master's after my Bachelor's though. That's a guarantee.
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Psychology is my major.

I'm a 2nd year at a university (but 3rd year in credits... so I might finish a semester early!)

And since you can go anywhere with psychology, I'll probably establish my own clinic as a therapist in Europe somewhere. I'm originally from Europe but living in the U.S., and I prefer the slower paced lifestyle (and more financial perks).

But I do want to travel across the world with that therapy money lol Also, I'm not one of those people that's just in it for the money-- I genuinely want to help people with their problems and make them become a better person, because I'm trying to do the same.

Fun fact: originally I wanted to be a fashion design major or a creative writing major... but I decided not to be selfish. I can write a book and publish it (creative writing has been my forever love and talent for over 10 years now), and I might go back for fashion design later. Or maybe I'll meet a celebrity if my therapeutic services become well-known haha
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Senior in University studying Computer Engineering with a Software focus.
Currently working on my senior project

I've been doing a little bit of everything. Websites, apps, networks, databases, and digital systems, but what I'm mostly been focusing on right now is software development, artificial intelligence and machine learning.

I was doing a minor in Physics, but felt it wasn't for me. Engineering degrees are already demanding, don't need to add a minor lol.

I'll probably go for an MBA a few years after working
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Radraymond01 wrote:


Dariamus wrote:

Computer Science, with concentrations in both programming and networking.



I was always most comfortable with low-level coding. Hardware interfaces, assembly language for integrated chips, and C++

Don't ask me about website design, I suck at it


webdevs == codemonkeys.


Never said otherwise, just not an area I spent time on.
We all have strong points and weak points, my strong point was never web design.

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Possibly majoring in Art and minoring in French Studies.
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Dariamus wrote:


Radraymond01 wrote:


Dariamus wrote:

Computer Science, with concentrations in both programming and networking.



I was always most comfortable with low-level coding. Hardware interfaces, assembly language for integrated chips, and C++

Don't ask me about website design, I suck at it


webdevs == codemonkeys.


Never said otherwise, just not an area I spent time on.
We all have strong points and weak points, my strong point was never web design.



Oh, I wasn't targeting you or anything. Just a little joke.
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Graduated already but my major was: Computer Engineering & Computer Science.
I had a job in that field since I was a Sophomore. It's a field that is really in demand. If you want a job when you graduate it is definitely one of the few majors that offer that. Don't waste your money on any arts degree or the like or you will be a retail worker paying $500+ per month to your useless degree.
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When I feel like using my benefits, I'll be going for a double major.
Major: Communications
Major: Undecided
Minor: Psychology
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Major : Design arts
Minon : Visual arts
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