Originally Posted by ian'smommaya
tish~ dont you almost have be be an architesture major to do interior desing? that is the impression i always got.
There is indeed a lot of architectural elements involved in design. When I get my degree and become qualified I will be able to design a building up to 5,000 sqft without an architect. Anything more than that and I would have to work with an architect.
Ya'll are so nice
Many times when I tell people my major is ID they seem to get the idea that I am in college for 4 years to learn how to hang window treatments, make pillows or rearrange furniture
I admire anyone going to school regardless of their major. I think it is wonderful when people pursue goals and dreams. It's hard work and it takes time and effort.
I didn't think of cooking and freezing food for the semester. That's a great idea. It will be especially great during crunch times when there is no spare time between parenting and schoolwork.
Our tuition went up another 14% this year. It seems to go up every year. It is insane how expensive books and supplies are for school. I usually end up spending a good $500 on all that stuff too. The good thing for me is some semesters will be cheaper than others because we tend to use books for more than one semester. The only thing about that is not being able to sell them back and get some of that money back. So, I guess you win some and you lose some.
I have a friend in nursing school. She really seems to love it. It does get her stressed out because of the practicals, tests, and labs and all the projects involved. I know nursing school is hard. I couldn't do it. I am not scientifically inclined. That part of my brain does not work