So, while I'm in the middle of this silly summer computer class, I find myself looking towards a second summer class, and also fall classes. I have a few tougher classes ahead of me, such as lab science, microeconomics, and business calculus. But, I also have a few "filler" or "fluff" type classes, which I will pair up with the tougher ones. But, I cannot seem to zero in on what ones would be interesting/fun to take, so I'm asking you what you think?
Ancient, Medival, or Modern?
Speech, Music (Music Appreciation), Communications (Mass Media w/ a lab), Philosophy?
Note: I am tempted to take the Speech one b/c I know it will be the one I'll be most familiar with having gone through a lot of formal speech training in my former life as a banker. That being said, in the interest of becoming more well rounded, I suppose looking at a different course of study would broaden my horizons a bit.
If you have any thoughts, they are most welcome!
Personally, I think I should be given an honorary degree based on the fact that lots of other people who don't deserve them get them.
Case in point: In 2001 George W. Bush received an honorary degree from Yale. Enough said.