Sunday, July 16, 2006

Sunday night and the feeling's right!

I had a yummy day because of Starbucks, a hot day because of exmo picnics, a painful day because of foot-impalement, and a lame day because of whiney children.

Here's what I'm thinking:

I need a bachelor's in English (120 credits), and a minor in Math (25 credits). To teach, I'll need licensure in Secondary Education, so that's another 30 credits.

It looks like I have several of my generel ed requirements done, with 20 left. So that makes my bachelors like 104 credits away! That's ALL!! :)

Geez, this looks overwhelming. Ok ok, I need to take it one day at a time. I think I'll try to take a couple of classes this fall, just to put further dent in the generals. All this planning....!

**UPDATE**
Upon talking to Joe (henceforth referred to as Joe), if I go with the English Education degree then the licensure is included in the degree program. So it wouldn't be an extra 30 credits. Woo-hoo!!

5 comments:

Rebecca said...

AND you can always do independent study classes. That's how I did my physical science requirement and one of my Book of Mormon classes. BOM was WAY easy (although you wouldn't be taking that, so what do you care?), and phys. sci. was way hard, but it was great to get them finished. How did you impale your foot? And how are you going to move out here this fall if you're in the middle of classes? Geez, you really need to think these things through a little better.

Eric said...

Becca, are you just sitting there waiting for blog posts? Sheesh! You post like three seconds after La does.

La said...

You said December. WELL, classes are out Dec 10. I think that qualifies as Dec, does it not?!?

:)

Rebecca said...

Yeah, I basically was just sitting waiting for blog posts. After the morning I had NOTHING to do for the rest of the day -- no car and no AC, so I was just trying to sit veeeery still and not get hot. So I was just emailing people and reading blogs. ALL DAY LONG. La - okay. I can work with Dec. 10. ;)

Sideon said...

One day at a time, one credit at a time. It doesn't matter how long it takes - what matters is getting it done, if that's your goal.

I'm excited for you two!