What is "symbolic" tuition?
The university envelopes nearly a dozen faculties (the word carries a different meaning outside the US (Any of the divisions or comprehensive branches of learning at a college or university)), each consisting of numerous departments. One enrolls in a faculty of one's choice and then proceeds to join a department of studies (which, I guess, could serve as an equivalent to your "major"). In the place of "minors", we get to choose between two additional courses which supplement our ECTS credits each semester (e.g. choosing between "Introduction to Gender Studies I & II" and "German Language VII & VIII" in the final year).
And be careful that you don't ever mention socialism in a positive light in America. People will go nuts on you
Bear in mind, though, that this is only an option for those who had nigh perfect grades in high school and/or aced the entrance exams.
Last edited by bing!; 07-16-2012 at 08:49 AM.
Class? technically it will be 2014
Majors? pre-law, polisci, american history
have yet to decide on which law school i will attend.
In Cho I Trust
Attending UNCW in the fall to obtain my masters in English.
And Black, studying History is not something to frown on. Would have loved to have double majored in English and History, but at the time I felt the paperwork would be too much. I was right, but I still regret it.
"Sam Vincent? To be honest with you, I don't know what his concept was." - Gerald Wallace
Yeah a lot of them go through law school, but aside from continued education and perhaps teaching, what could you do?