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I actually just graduated this year - I'm contemplating returning, but can't quite decide what for. I was think about a radiologist but then thought about accountant or IDK - I figure what I graduated with can serve as my basics since I locked it in with a degree.
Are you going?
 

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Yup I'm in college. I wish it was over to. I don't like school. LOL. But I'm going to Ivy Tech and have online courses so its pretty good. My major is Agri-Business.
 

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fcnubian said:
Just wondering is anyone currently in college?
I graduated this spring with BA's in Youth Ministry and Biblical Studies

Eventually I want to get a Masters somewhere in Youth Min...not sure what aspect of it...

I also want to get some Equine Studies done as well...
 

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I graduated with an AA in June 07 and am not taking classes at the college that I work at (free - can't beat that) then transfer to Lewis-Clark State College in January for a Bachelors in Social Work and then on for a Masters in Student Affairs. I want to continue in higher education, but I REALLY want to start a program for young children with physical and mental problems that associate with animals - like a R.E.A.D. program or something.

My son has aspergers syndrome which is borderline autism - and I know that the animals made him want to talk and socialize more.
 

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goatnutty-I go to the Logansport Ivy Tech. All of my classes are online at another one...And I completely spaced it and cant remember which one. LMAO.
 

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kelebek said:
but I REALLY want to start a program for young children with physical and mental problems that associate with animals - like a R.E.A.D. program or something.

My son has aspergers syndrome which is borderline autism - and I know that the animals made him want to talk and socialize more.
That is a very good idea. Goodluck with it. In high school I had a peer tutoring class. The class I was in we had students there that were severely disabled. They were in wheel chairs. I miss those students so much. :(
 
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