Well, the college registration windows are coming up, and there just aren’t enough philosophy and political science courses for my to stay interested all semester. I’ve got at least one slot open, maybe two, for a 12-hour semester. This is my last year, and I’d really like to take something interesting.
Thus far, I’ve really only taken courses that relate to law and philosophy. I’m really the definition of a one-trick pony, and I’d like to expand my horizons a bit. However, there are a few things I’m going to avoid regardless:
Math. Symbolic logic is basically the extent of my interest in math. I’m terrible with trig and trig-related fields, and I just have no interest in pursuing algebra any further.
Languages. The way languages are scheduled here, I’d need to come in five days a week at the ungodly hour of 7 AM, and I’m just not going to do that.
Chemistry, biology, physics. Unless you can recommend a branch that it would be relatively easy for me to jump into with practically no prior understanding, these are pretty much out of the question.
So tell me… what interests you, and why should I take it?