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I have a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science.
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Bachelors of Science in Game Design ...

To further explain that.. its basically kind of as it says but includes

3D modeling
Texture artistry
Programming in Java / C# C++
Level Design
Physics classes
Psychology classes
World Design
and just about everything else you could think of to dump into a 'jack of all trades' sort of degree.
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Man seeing all of these people have me thinking, but I have nothing on mind yet.
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Mathematics, the strange and nerdy stuff. Should have done a minor in music too, but no time...
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Family and Child Development
I'll probably go onto getting my masters in either early child life, family life education, some sort of therapy in the same field of work. I'm not quite sure yet on the masters part.

Minor in business
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Graduated with a business major.
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For my bachelors I dual majored in mathematics and philosophy. I tried pretty hard to become an actuary and never broke into the field.

For my masters, I majored in computer science. I'm a sys admin right now at a massive tech company, so I'm not really using it that much either.
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Major: Psychology
Minor: Undecided/None

Specifically geared towards personality psychology. So any future CEO's who will need an I/O psych graduate to run some background checks on your upcoming employees, you now know one. ;p
Posted 1/29/16 , edited 1/29/16
I have an Economics degree. Currently in law school and will probably focus on litigation and human rights
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I'm applying for social worker programme in March to later enter Uni in psychology
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25 / M / In Santa's Gift sack
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I am a visual Communicator which is basically Animation, 3D modeling, and web design.
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Currently an English major and Japanese minor; I'm thinking of double majoring in English and Psychology and minoring in Japanese.
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I'm a fourth year majoring in Criminal Justice and minoring in Anthropology. I originally wanted to join our police department and eventually apply for the mounted patrol unit, but I've had severe injuries and surgeries over the last two years and I don't know if that will be possible anymore. FBI would be cool too. I also really enjoy acting though...
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I'm in university studying Computer Games Applications development. It's basically just game programming.
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Posted 1/29/16 , edited 1/29/16

GrandMasterTime wrote:

I don't know how this major or minor stuff works but I'll have my bachelor in IT in about a year and a half.


In the US, your major is the program of courses that you follow to get your degree. So while you're in school, you are majoring in xxx, after you graduate, then you have your bachelors in xxx. A minor is taking a certain number of courses in a discipline other than your major. Generally it requires somewhere between 1/4-1/2 the courses as would be required for a major in that subject. It's not something that's required but it recognizes the commitment to take that many courses in a subject other than your major. For example, my degree reads something along the lines of "Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Japanese"
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