It’s hard to believe that I have to go back to school tomorrow. I am pretty excited. I actually enjoy going to school, it’s the missing out on a social life because I have to study that I don’t really like. This semester I am going to take it pretty easy. Calculus, Molecular Biology, Mission Prep.
I need a religion credit, and I think that mission prep would be a good class, whether or not I am planning on going on a mission. I want to gain a better understanding of the gospel as a whole, and we will be using the preach my gospel through out the semester. Plus the professor that I have is known to be the best religion teacher at BYU. Randy Botts, I haven’t taken any classes from him so far, but I have had roommates that have. They said that he is AMAZING. I am really looking forward to his class, and I hope to gain a better knowledge of the basic gospel principles.
Calculus… I was enrolled in this class last semester, but then I got sick for a week, and got way behind so I dropped the class. I am pretty sure that I had swine flu. If you haven’t ever gotten a week behind in a College level math class then you don’t understand how impossible it is to catch up. The good news is I know most of the material, and so the class should be much easier the second time around. (At least the first part of the class will be easy)
Molecular Biology is going to be interesting. It is required for my current major, which is Physiology and Developmental Biology. I went into the advisement center the other day and they tried to convince me to change my major to Microbiology. I really like the anatomy part of the major I am in right now. But if I switch to Micro then I will have more opportunities to get in to a research lab. I will finish this semester and then maybe I will consider switching my major if I enjoy this class.
9 credits… that isn’t too bad. I can handle 9 credits and work at the same time. When I start doing the stuff to get my MA then my life might get a little more complicated.