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No idea what I'm going to do for a minor. I'm a little pissy at the Computer Science people right now, and don't even particularly want to think about it. Yes, I know I'll have to. I was ditched from my C++ class and got rid of my other online computer course.

Instead of thinking about stuff for my minor, I'm putting my energy into begging professors with openings for spots in their Adv fiction classes.

And, I'm signing up for a one-credit Stretch and Relaxation class. I had Aerobic Dance first, but this will likely be more helpful to me. Plus, I'll have free time before it to go work out at Leach.

I also signed up for a Theories of Composition class that sounds insanely interesting.

So if I don't choose a minor this term, I'll at least have gotten out of the way the English elective I'll need (the CLEP didn't count because it had to be 3000/4000 level:(), the Intermediate Foreign Language, the Speech, and at least one of the Adv writing workshops. If I can get another one, awesome.

Which leaves just the classes for my minor. I wonder if you can take four different psych classes with no pre-reqs in one semester?



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Aug. 25th, 2009 08:35 pm (UTC)
It may be possible. You'd have to go to the psych department to find out. Just ask around in various departments. I'm sure you could do a geography minor though.
Aug. 25th, 2009 11:37 pm (UTC)
If I remember correctly, I had to take General Psychology (PSY 2012) before the other psych classes I took. Also, a note: the psychology classes I took were so incredibly easy, yet interesting. Incredibly easy "A"s.

Aug. 25th, 2009 11:39 pm (UTC)
And because it was either look up this or clean (the power of procrastination, rah!):

From http://www.psy.fsu.edu (click on the Psychology Minor link under "Undergraduate"--it opens as a Word document):
Twelve (12) credit hours of psychology, including PSY 2012 (General Psychology), are required for a minor in psychology. A minimum of six (6) of the required hours must be completed at FSU. Grades below a 'C-' will not be accepted for credit toward the minor. Courses taken pass/fail (S/U) cannot count toward the minor. Courses with a WST prefix also cannot count toward a psychology minor.

Courses taken at another university or community college need to be evaluated by the Academic Advising Office to determine transfer credit.

No courses used for satisfying Liberal Studies requirements may also count toward the minor. Thus, if PSY 2012 was taken to fulfill the Liberal Studies requirement for Social Sciences, students must take another Liberal Studies Social Science course to replace PSY 2012.
PSY 2012 is the prereq for most of the classes and for many, many classes is the only prereq (http://www.psy.fsu.edu/undergrad.prog/undergrad.course.listing.html). So, if you took PSY 2012 this semester (just a note: it was the easiest class I took in undergrad), you could easily cram in 3 classes in the Spring.

Edited at 2009-08-25 11:42 pm (UTC)
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Aug. 26th, 2009 02:46 pm (UTC)
and Dr. Loney is a beautiful man.
Aug. 26th, 2009 02:47 pm (UTC)
One of my minors was Psych. You'll need General Psych to take most, if not all, of the other electives.
Aug. 26th, 2009 02:48 pm (UTC)
I wonder if taking the CLEP would work?
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