transfer to UC. and now what????

<p>I will have some spare times so</p>

<p>I want to do something more than just get a Bachelors degree (econ major)</p>

<p>like part-time job, certifications (like CAD or CPA)</p>

<p>I am actually thinking about getting a computer related certifications</p>

<p>like Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE).</p>

<p>even though I am a econ major, I also like to play with computer programs(Java, C++)</p>

<p>any recommendations? Thank you</p>

<p>Try C++ during the summer. I can't promise you'll be fond of it but its a cool, little subject to know...</p>

<p>I'm doing 3 kinesiology courses.. Need to get in shape..</p>

<p>If you want to get in shape, try Crossfit.</p>

<p>I'm taking a couple intro html css classes. Knowing a bit of web design can never hurt you. I'm an econ major too.</p>

<p>Travel the world!</p>

<p>Yes! I'm a Econ major as well, and I'll be taking an intro to C class this summer. It's actually required for my Managerial Econ major at UC Davis as well.</p>

<p>thats cool.. where do you check the courses for managerial econ? i always wanted to take a C++ class and now i'll have to :D</p>

<p>Welcome</a> to ASSIST I guess it's a pre-req.</p>

<p>You can always take the intro to computers course instead of C++, but intro to computers is a joke and it's pretty much the easiest course in the UC system (gpa booster anyone?). If you actually want to learn and are interested in computers, I highly recommend taking a course on C++.</p>