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What is your level of education?

Poll Results: What is your level of education?

 
  • 0% (0)
    Jr. High School or less
  • 0% (3)
    High School Dropout without GED (grades 9-12)
  • 0% (2)
    GED
  • 1% (9)
    High School Diploma
  • 11% (59)
    HSD or GED Plus some College but no degree
  • 3% (18)
    2 Year degree
  • 8% (45)
    Somewhere between 2 and 4 year degree
  • 31% (159)
    4 year degree
  • 25% (128)
    Masters
  • 8% (42)
    PHD or more
  • 7% (38)
    Other: (please explain)
503 Total Votes  
post #1 of 145
Thread Starter 
I was just wondering ...
post #2 of 145
Dropped out of HS 2 weeks into my sophomore year, got my GED and went to 2 years of college. I am thinking of returning next fall.
post #3 of 145
I'm working on my BSN, so at this point 'some college'
post #4 of 145
I have a law degree. And passed the bar.
post #5 of 145
I have some college courses. But I never got my degree.
post #6 of 145
Started 10th grade, got pregnant, dropped out, got my GED. Years later, I took a semester of college but it was too hard to take care of my dad and kids and everything else, so I didn't continue. I select "Some College" on questionnaires, FWIW. I taught myself graphic and web design and am working on making a living as a designer. I'm definitely more intelligent then my schooling would tell (though still really dumb sometimes )
post #7 of 145
I'll be done my MA this summer and will start a PhD in the fall.
post #8 of 145
BA in Women's Studies, MS in Journalism.
post #9 of 145
i picked some college as well because i'm currently in school full time working on my BSW.
post #10 of 145
4yr degree. BS in Agriculture with a major in Animal Science and a minor in Chemistry. I am 3 credits short of a BS in Biology.
post #11 of 145
Masters Degree- My title is MS, CCC-SLP- fancy, huh?
post #12 of 145
I have a 2-year college diploma in Corporate Communication (PR).
post #13 of 145
BS in computer engineering (aka geek)
post #14 of 145
I said some college. I had three of four years in college, but have learned much more out of school than in!::

Now that I've had a few years to de-school, I know what I'd love to go back for!
post #15 of 145
MA in anthropology. I really would like to go back for my PhD, but don't see it happening anytime soon. I am also 2 classes away from my RN lol. If my health will allow, I'll finish that off next year. I'd love to combine the 2 and do some medical anthropology.

And in my dreams, I work for Doctors without borders.
post #16 of 145
I have a MA in french studies, but I am currently doing my B.Ed. and thinking of *maybe* starting a Ph.D. (Ed) next fall...
post #17 of 145
I voted other because I graduated from a vocational college as a massage therapist.
post #18 of 145
I voted other, I have a couple of classes past a Bachelors, but I'm not in a masters program yet.
post #19 of 145
I have a BA in basically liberal arts (independent study/self-created thingy), and a MS in Reading Education. I totally agree with a PP in that I've learned much more out of school. Actually, I have realized lately how little I've learned *in* school.
post #20 of 145
Quote:
Originally Posted by superstella View Post
MA in anthropology. I really would like to go back for my PhD, but don't see it happening anytime soon. I am also 2 classes away from my RN lol. If my health will allow, I'll finish that off next year. I'd love to combine the 2 and do some medical anthropology.

And in my dreams, I work for Doctors without borders.
I think we could be BFF! I would love to work with DWB too.

I'm working on my MA in medical anthropology. Darn thesis just won't write itself.: I have a BS in Biology. I will be going back to college when I'm done.:
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