I'm ready to change careers
As my kids are steadily leaving the nest, $$$ are no longer a huge factor. I'm ready for a career that I'm passionate about. Central Texas geoarcheology fascinates me. I live about 10 miles from the premiere school for this topic: UT at Austin. I've got all the lower division material completed: from UT. Is there a fast track to completing the upper division material, while still enabling you to work part time. Or are there unique scholarships for disabled vets that allow you living expenses. From what I can tell, I need two 18 hour semesters and one 4-hour summer class. I'm not including the field schools. To me, that's just fun!!!
Your input is much appreciated!!
Post ID#18451 - replied 1/19/2011 9:19 PM
Post ID#18452 - replied 1/20/2011 6:33 AM
Post ID#18453 - replied 1/20/2011 10:43 AM
Post ID#18454 - replied 1/20/2011 11:01 AM
Cool. I used to live around there when I was in the Navy (Kingsville) and for a few years after I got out (outside of Refugio). I don't have your email. Mine is email@example.com . I'd love to show you around the site and show you the stuff I've recovered over the past 5.5 years.
Post ID#18455 - replied 1/20/2011 1:53 PM
Looks like I would be able to take all Anth classes except for 6 hours of foreign language.
Oh well, I've always wanted to study Spanish. Comes in real handy in Tejas.
Oh, and all you Texas Vets out there, my wife came across this program:
Post ID#18456 - replied 1/20/2011 5:35 PM
Have you been in school recently? I know that the credits expire after a certain extent. You probably are in the clear but I just wanted to mention it just in case.
Post ID#18457 - replied 1/20/2011 7:45 PM
Now I'm not gonna sleep tonight. All my credits are from 1987 and before.
You know I'm kidding. I guess I'll find out when I forward my transcript.
History, Computer Science, etc...haven't changed much in the last 24 years, have they?
O.K., breaking out the wine so I can sleep. ;)
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