Orientation this week

<p>What classes should i pick for orientation?</p>

<p>I am taking 15hours, so what are 5 classes i should look into.</p>

<p>I was thinking one math,one read, may a social studies?</p>

<p>let me know</p>

<p>Um...so uh...what's your major, interests, lifestyle, year, and school? Are you going to rush/pledge?</p>

<p>I would suggest you take a bunch of prerequisites for your major if you are just starting which I'm assuming you are. If you decide to pledge, take a lighter load for this semester.</p>

<p>im majoring in either Accounting or Marketing, right now its Pre Business......</p>

<p>I dont plan to pledge right now.</p>

<p>If I were pre-business (which I was) and not exactly sure if I'll stay that way (which it doesn't sound like you are) I'd choose from:</p>

<p>*Micro econ
*Intro psych course
intro accounting (if available to you)
A stats course (if multiple are available, I'd take the more math/"difficult" course as a pre-business)
Any lit/English
*Something completely different that matches your curiousity even though you're not considering majoring in it right now (oceanic studies? astronomy? anthropology? whatever interests you)</p>

<li>= definitely choose</li>

<p>okay so i shouldnt just do my core classes?</p>

<p>You're going to eventually need more than core classes. Some people do go into their first semester only taking core courses, but it means they're going to overload on electives/gen eds later on. That also means you may be delaying graduation if you're pushing back the average number of credits.</p>

<p>well i plan on taking courses at a CC every summer...... </p>

<p>i might take 1 class during summer session II at my local CC......(i might take this class before i go off to school)</p>

<p>Take a broad array of courses so that you can easily switch majors without losing time later on. You want to fulfill the pre-reqs for the intro accounting courses, which is typically econ and possibly psych/stats. The rest should be in other areas that are gen-eds so you can try out different majors and figure out exactly what you want to do by the end of freshman or soph year.</p>