Yay!!! I am so totally out of behavioral science--no more psych profiles. No touchie-feelie brain gropes and people wondering why I can't be normal. Never thought I'd hate something I wanted to do.
I also took International Business. Lots of fun. Open-ended questions. Interesting topics. A lot of stuff I can put in StallingCo's business model. And no more pure accounting. I'm done with the book (the whole book!) and turning it in for Christmas money. After a year and a half of accounting and taking prerequisites to take "more" accounting, I can finally shut it down.
Next quarter, after some "real world" searches, I decided to take specialized Quickbooks. I know it's just software, but it's listed at the very top of every job I've looked at. "must be proficient in Quickbooks"
Quickbooks is a 1-credit course because it focuses on "facets". I figured I'd take vendors/banks first (to get that A/P going) and customers when I finish, since it's open enrollment.
I also wanted to take something interesting since I'll be graduating soon, but since I haven't graduated college-level English, it's Intro to English Composition or nothing. I took a look at the textbook and had a knee-jerk reaction. Flashback to when I got kicked out of the University of Hawaii for telling my English teacher where to stick his five sentence paragraphs.
Maybe I'll take something to do with birds. I've made friends with the crows. Love those things. So intelligent. They see my car coming and wait for Cheerios.