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I want to become an ESL teacher in foreign countries like China and Japan, and maybe be a ESL teacher or just teacher here in the States afterwards. However, I got to pick between CU and ASU.
I'm Colorado resident.
My weighted GPA is 3.7, unweighted 3.6, and my ACT score is 25.
I'm AP Chinese student.
If I go to CU I want to major in Chinese and Education. I figure I can take advantage of instate tuition.
If I go to ASU I want to major in Chinese and Elementary Education teaching English as foreign language. I hear ASU has a good Chinese program and it has an ESL program, which I thought was convenient. My concern for ASU is that I hear it's a huge party school and I'm not into the party scene. I'm overall a goody- goody bibliophile and artistic type of gal. My highest priority in college is getting a good education and a good degree.
Which would you advise me to take? Also, I do not care overall if one school is more fun or warmer. Like I said before my highest priority is my education.