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  1. effmaster

    effmaster New Member

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    The college Education clubhouse

    Just like the article states, trhis is the college boys clubhouse.This clubhouse is for anyone to join up that is either A.) in college right now. or B.) a college graduate.
    Im interested to see how many people in this website actually went to college.

    im pretty sure its safe to say that the majority of people on here (excuse the teenagers of TPU clubhouse lol) on this website meet either A or B so this should be a fun clubhouse for most people to join.

    Just list what college(s) or University(s) that you have attended or that you are currently attending right now.
    If you have already graduated list the times from when you started college to when you finished up your degree(s).
    If you are in college right now list when you started there.
    Also please list the degree(s) that you have received or are working toward.....

    1.) Effmaster:
    Calhoun Community College
    Started August 2007 to present
    Degree(s) im studying for: Im both working towards an Associates Degree in Drafting Technologies (gotta give credit to AutoCAD I heart that program to death lol) as well as getting as many core credits as I can to work towards getting a Bachelors Degree in Engineering when I transfer to a four year college of my choice (University of Tennessee or Auburn I still havent fully decided yet.)
    2.) Azazel:
    University of Westminster
    Degree in Business managment
    3.) Snake05:
    University of Arkansas Fayetteville, AR
    Junior (Started Fall 05)
    (currently in a Co-op engineering job at Union Pacific Railroad, doing you're beloved AutoCAD)
    B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
    4.) Zekrahminator:
    I'm going to go to Elms in August 2008 in pursuit of a degree in elementary education
    5.) creatre:
    Arizona State University
    Class of 2011, started this past fall ('07)
    Mechanical Engineering
    6.) [I.R.A] FBi:
    University College of the Caribbean.
    Doing Management Info Systems
    7.) Imperialreign:
    Tidewater Community College (TCC Virginia Beach campus):
    Associate's degree in Automotive Technology; graduated Dec 05
    currently attending:
    Tidewater Community College (TCC Chesapeake campus) / University of Virginia @ TCC for a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
    will transfer to a different university for a 2 year specialization to turn the BA into a Master's degree in Automotive Engineering
    8.) magibeg:
    Georgian College/Laurentian University
    3rd year Computer Programmer Analyst (CPA)
    9.) Murasame:
    L.A. Trade Tech
    1st year Micro computer technincian
    10.) Fatforester:
    Majoring in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Tennessee
    11.) mlee49:
    University of Kansas-Electrical Engineering!
    two years strong baby!
    Currently-
    Engineering Physics II
    C++ Programming
    12.) dccool879:
    University of North Carolina at Wilmington, doing computer science. Probably will transfer to NC State, just finished transfer app. UNCW is butt easy but HeLLa TiGhT! maybe not crazy as Arizona State haha I hear that place is nuts. class of 2011!!!!
    13.) btarunner:
    Kasturba Medical College, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal University, Karnataka, India.
    Done: MBBS (Bachelors in Medicine and Surgery) + Internship at the KMC Hospital.
    To do: Post Graduation, MCh. Masters in General Surgery (Can't say, the PG eligibility exams up late this month thru end of April across various universities determine which specialisation I pick).
    14.) pinchy:
    University of Technology, Sydney
    Course: Bachelor of Information Technology
    15.) Danish Devil:
    I'm currently at Pepperdine University and started in 2007.
    I am majoring in Business Administration and minoring in Spanish Literature and possibly Industrial/Organizational Psychology.
    Why you ask? To become a Police Officer.
    16.) Erocker:
    Milwaukee Area Technical College: Associates Degree in Commercial Art
    University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee: (I miss Bruce Pearl) Bachelor's Degree in Applied Arts (Painting, Drawing)
    Working on Masters Degree in Art.
    17.) WarEagleAU:
    Drake State Technical College, Huntsville AL
    Went right out of highschool in summer of 1997.
    Majored in Architectural Drafting (Residential) with some work in mechanical design
    Minor in Computer Programming.
    Graduated in 1999 about 4 months before my two years was up!!! Hoozah!!
    18.) Paulieg:
    Broome Community College, Binghamton NY 1992-1993 AA Psychology
    3 years off to work
    SUNY Cortland, Cortland NY Recreation Education 1996-1997
    Went back to work for 3 years
    NYU, New York City. BS Psychology 2003
    I've also taken some Graduate classes at UK. We lived there for a year
    19.) farlex85:
    I'm a senior at Georgia State.
    BS Psychology
    I'll be done in August.
    20.)Ex_ReVeN:
    University of Technology, Sydney.
    Degree in design and visual communication.
    21.) Department76:
    B.S. Electrical Engineering - Dec. 2009 (I'm currently a junior)
    22.) Shizelbs:
    Washington State University, 2005, Doctor of Pharmacy
    23.) Polaris573:
    University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.
    Working on B.S. in Biology.
     
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    Polaris573 Senior Moderator

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    University of Arkansas in Fayetteville (UofA Main Campus)
    Started in 2005 and have one year to go.
    Working on a B.S. in Biology

    Classes this semester:
    Food Microbiology Lab and Lecture
    Physics II Lab and Lecture
    Bibliographic Practicum
    Intermediate German II

    (Not a member don't add me to any lists. I don't join these clubs)
     
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    im going to university in a few months does that count

    anyway il be going to the university of Westminster..il be doing a business management degree :)
     
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    Hell yes!!

    University of Arkansas Fayetteville, AR
    Junior (Started Fall 05)
    (currently in a Co-op engineering job at Union Pacific Railroad, doing you're beloved AutoCAD)
    B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
    Not in any classes right now due to job, but will return to campus in August.
     
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    Are mods not allowed to join clubhouses or something???
    Or is it just frowned upon by Wizzard? or what?
     
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    mods just like to remain neutral and not associate with clubs and groups usually.. though i remember solaris joined the amd club when it was still around way back.

    also.. i hope you dont think that many of the tpu adults didn't go to college :shadedshu
     
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    I never once said that which is why this clubhouse is open to both people that have graduated and those that are currently in college.
    I thought Solaris was done being a moderator?
    Plus I was just refferring to seeing what degrees that people on here actually have, not saying that many of them dont have any college education quite the contrary its one of the few ways to actually get a high paying job nowadays
     
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    I just don't like to join them. I'll participate when I feel like it, but I'm a member of techpowerup not [insert club here].
     
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    then thats you and thermopalaye both lol:laugh::laugh:
    I just figured this clubhouse would help people to associate who best to go to on certain tech questions whether it be how to use a certain software program or whatever.
     
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    I'm going to go to Elms in August 2008 in pursuit of a degree in elementary education, count me in if it'd make you happy :).
     
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    Oh come on. All the cool people are doing it.
     
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    Can i join..i went to the bathroom at SCU so does that count as taking a class..i will give every one a free bump if i can join.....:D
     
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    No you have to have taken classes at some college or another at minimum.:slap:
     
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    Lavatory Servicing 101?
     
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    i did go to west valley for 2.years...took cake baking and golf 1 math class and eng class:toast::toast::banghead::rockout::respect::pimp::laugh::eek::confused::twitch::ohwell::eek::eek:
     
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    Thats practically a business major! Just need Underwater Basket Weaving and you're set!
     
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    Hell yes! The best major possible!
     
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    Hell yeah. Just a little tough! :cry: Next year is going to be so hard, I'm enjoying the somewhat free time while I still have it.
     
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    Enjoy that first year, it is the only time you'll enjoy it. After a while, you get pretty numb to failing stuff, but in the end it is all worth it.
     
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    Yeah I've figured, since I've already been on the border in 2 classes and pulled it off. Now if I can just pull off this Calculus 1 class. Jeez, the teacher makes the class 10x harder than it should be. Just took a test thursday where I had to do 20 derivative problems, but I had to get above a 85 or I'd fail the class. Oh, and he doesn't give partial credit. Talk about mastery of derivatives. :banghead:

    BTW nice job on your setup, bet thats nice. I hope I can get somewhat close to your results! :respect:
     
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    You are going to be derivatives' bitch for the next few years. Them and their lovers (integrals) are going to be taking up much of your life.

    Thanks. I just got down with the new build about a month ago. It gets the job done:p.
     
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    Tidewater Community College (TCC Virginia Beach campus):
    Associate's degree in Automotive Technology; graduated Dec 05

    currently attending:
    Tidewater Community College (TCC Chesapeake campus) / University of Virginia @ TCC for a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering

    will transfer to a different university for a 2 year specialization to turn the BA into a Master's degree in Automotive Engineering
     
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