Here is what my schedule currently is for the Winter term:
HTST 200 9-9:50am
LING 201 11-11:50am
GRST 209 2-2:50pm (Fridays 1-1:50)
ARHI 203 11-12:15
RELS 203 2-3:15
Tuesdays and Thursdays are perfect, but I'm really not liking the MWF. I don't really want a 1 hr break and then a 2 hr break. The only catch is that I do really want to take the History class which is about 'events and ideas that shook the world'. It's just at the worst time. If it was 10-10:50 it would be perfect! Dang it. There are also about 6 profs for this course which I find kind of odd. Anyhow, here is the class description:
"This course introduces students to the historical craft through a series of short lecture sequences that focus on specific events, ideas, and individuals that changed the course of world history."
I'm also worried that I might really not enjoy the Linguistics class... Although I do think it would be a good course to take. Here is the class description:
|"A survey of basic linguistic concepts, including: universals of language; articulatory phonics and phonology of English and other languages; words and meaning; linguistic rules and the formation of sentences."|
I'm thinking of dropping the History class, and taking it another time. Then I could take Anthropology 311 from 12-12:50 on MWF. And probably switch the GRST lab to 2-2:50 so that I'd have a 1 hr break all three days for lunch instead of 3 back to back classes on Fridays. I'm just not sure... Here's the class description for ANTH 311:
|"Primate behaviour and related topics: social dynamics, sociobiology, socio- ecology, dominance, aggression, kinship, sexual behaviour, socialization, learning, cognition, communication, ape language, and conservation."|
The other option would be to switch out of Linguistics and into Philosophy 201 which is at the same time (11-11:50), but it has a lab on Wednesdays from 12-12:50 or Thursdays 9:30-10:20. So I wouldn't be able to take ANTH 311, or I'd have to be at school earlier on TuTh and I'd have a 30 min break before Art History. Here's the class description for PHIL 201:
|"Provides an introduction to philosophy through the discussion of selected topics such as skepticism, perception, personal identity, free will and determinism, God."|
So that's my dilemma at the moment. Any thoughts? :)
In other news... I got 87.5% on my first Anthropology test! I'm so happy because I was really worried about taking a test again since it's been about 4 years... What a relief.
Hopefully on Thursday I get my test results for my first Religious Studies and Archaeology tests.
Happy Turkey Day everyone! Enjoy lots of turkey, stuffing, and punkin pie! Mmmm mmmm good.