Originally Posted by Eason
Summer classes are great, take your most difficult classes then if you can.
Took one last year and it was good. I think I will go 24/7. I just want to be working somewhat as well.
Originally Posted by Cavalier
If we are talking undergrad most people finish in 4-5 years these days. Graduate degrees are almost becoming necessary in a lot of fields that you wouldn't have thought of (education, social work,etc.) and of course all the standards (law, med, accounting, engineering) for the most part need additional schooling beyond a 4 year degree.
Thanks for all the insight guys. And I am really, really hoping that I don't have to do graduate work; I am hoping to go into the actuarial field and write my first exam ASAP.