What would YOU do?
curtis1 at wis.com
Mon Apr 3 10:50:03 EST 1995
Jennifer Langley (jaylin at primenet.com) wrote:
: I'm new to this newgroup and I have been sifting through some of the
: entries. This seems to be a friendly and knowlegable newgroup.
: I've got a question for those of you who already have degree's in
: Biology and/or are working in the field.
: First, I should give you a little background on myself.
: I'm almost 30 years old and Two years ago I started College. I started
: not really knowing what I'd end up majoring in. I took a biology class
: and was hooked. I've taken a year and a half of biology. One year is
: general Bio and one semester of Micro. (I also have Chem and a lot of
: math under my belt and enjoy that too.)
: I'm thinking I want to major in Microbiology, but I haven't declaired my
: major yet. I also got slammed with the fact that I have to choose
: between things like immunology, virology and bacteriology (For a long
: time I thought micro was just micro...silly me).
: My problem is that I find ALL of it interesting. The only part of
: biology I don't really like is botany, and I even like that somewhat.
: So here is my question: Knowing what you know, if you had the chance to
: go back and do it all over again, what would you major in and why?
: And hey, if you think the field stinks and you should have majored in
: economics, let me know that too. Oh and don't worry, I'm not basing my
: decision on your answers. I already *know* med or vet school is OUT! I
: have no interest in practicing medicine. Here is your chance to really
: talk it up and to say what you really think.
: (and I'm not picky, you can post answers here or send them to me directly)
: Jennifer Langley
: jaylin at primenet.com
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