I had a dream that the liquor store was having a sale on all vodka products. All vodkas were 50% off! It was wonderful. They also had this alcoholic gum that was like 88 bucks, but I broke open the package and tried one in the store. It was good. Someone should try to create that, but not sell it for 88 bucks. That’d be absurd.
Just figured out all the classes I’ll need to graduate, and as it stands, it looks like I will be able to graduate on time! My only concern is scheduling conflicts. If I have to stay past spring semester of 2013, it will likely be for maybe one or two other classes. Should that be the case, hopefully those classes will be available in the summer, because I’m pretty certain that I could still walk with my friends in May. I should also mention that this will only be the case if I certify into the school of business. I’m fairly confident that I will, but there is still a possibility that I won’t. If that is the case, then I will apply again for fall 2012, and will almost certainly be here for a fifth year.
However, should everything go accordingly, this will be my schedule starting in the spring.
Spring 2012 -Acctg 330 (accounting) -Acctg 338 -Fin 325 (Finance) -Mgmt 301 (management) -French elective (to finish my minor!)
Summer 2012 -Acctg 331 -Acctg 335
Fall 2012 -Mktg 360 (marketing) -MgtOp 340 (management and operations) -Acctg 433 -Science Elective (fucking general education requirements) -Intercultural studies Course
Spring 2013 -Acctg 430 (advanced accounting, kill me. It’s not required, but it satisfies my elective requirement, and I feel like it’d be a smart choice) -Acctg 439 -Mgmt 491 -Fin 345 (finance-real estate, this satisfies an elective requirement, so I have many options here, but real estate seems to interest me the most) -Engl 402 (a notoriously difficult class to get into, since just about everyone needs to take it)