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    So whats the easiest degree for someone who hates math? Opinions?
    You start with a bag full of luck and an empty bag of experience. The trick is to fill the bag of experience before you empty the bag of luck.

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    fine arts?
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    I absolutely HATE math and I'm a philosophy major. Don't know if it's the easiest... but I dig it.

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    Originally posted by fast_girl
    I absolutely HATE math and I'm a philosophy major. Don't know if it's the easiest... but I dig it.

    what do you plan on doing with your degree? just out of curiosity....

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    Communication and Culture at the UofC. You can finish it in 3 years versus the traditional 4 years.

    It is a Bachelor of General Studies.

    However, it I heard from friends that it is not a recognized degree outside of Alberta. Not sure if that's true though.

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    DUBBED - the plan is to go into law... I needed an undergrad degree (any undergrad degree will do), so I figured I might as well take something I enjoy... and keep the GPA up.

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    Originally posted by fast_girl
    the plan is to go into law... I needed an undergrad degree (any undergrad degree will do), so I figured I might as well take something I enjoy... and keep the GPA up.
    Fast_girl...you and me are on the same boat!! I get asked that all the time. hehe...I once attended an undergrad RELS luncheon and all we talked about was everyone's reaction to our degree. But yea...it definitely is a good way to keep the GPA up. At the same time not everyone can do well in these subjects

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    law is a great thing to do, but remember if your in an easy degree/faculty your marks need to be that much higher. and you've gotsta contribute to society (volunteer) alot

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    Originally posted by DeSi
    law is a great thing to do, but remember if your in an easy degree/faculty your marks need to be that much higher. and you've gotsta contribute to society (volunteer) alot
    Gots it all under control... volunteer work, extra curriculars, good GPA and good LSAT score.... workin' it baby!

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    Originally posted by girlRACER


    Fast_girl...you and me are on the same boat!! I get asked that all the time. hehe...I once attended an undergrad RELS luncheon and all we talked about was everyone's reaction to our degree. But yea...it definitely is a good way to keep the GPA up. At the same time not everyone can do well in these subjects
    I always tell people when I'm done my philosophy degree I plan to have great conversation... they look at me like I'm mental

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    All i need is a little piece of paper with the word degree and my name somewhere on it.
    You start with a bag full of luck and an empty bag of experience. The trick is to fill the bag of experience before you empty the bag of luck.

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    Psych degree?

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    Originally posted by FiveFreshFish
    Psych degree?
    Buhahaha. I think u hit the nail on the head.
    You start with a bag full of luck and an empty bag of experience. The trick is to fill the bag of experience before you empty the bag of luck.

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    I've heard that geography is a ridiculously easy degree.

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    Theology... but you're probably looking for a degree that'll get you employment.

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    Originally posted by FiveFreshFish
    Psych degree?
    Not as easy as you think.

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    Originally posted by Super_Geo
    Theology... but you're probably looking for a degree that'll get you employment.
    How is Theology easy??!!! I have a headache trying to wrap my head around Buber's I-Thou I-It relationships. It's definitely not your Sunday School stuff.
    Last edited by girlRACER; 12-09-2003 at 11:18 PM.

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    Default Re: Easiest Degree

    Originally posted by 5.9 R/T
    So whats the easiest degree for someone who hates math? Opinions?
    A degree in Outdoor Pursuits. No, I'm not kidding, it's real, a girl I know is taking it... how stupid is that... you got a degree in phys-ed???

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