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I was wondering if professors are willing to let students do this, who aren't their own, but are interested in a subject. I realize that one doesn't get the full benefit of taking a course and doing all the work, but often one may be interested in something and doesn't have the time or motivation to do the work.
soo...how are those opportunities? Do you find them beneficial/enlightening/fun? Is there motivation to even go to random classes for a whole semester or just a few times..after having fallen into the rut of things? Examples of courses you particularly liked?