Fall semester is in full swing. I am taking six classes; three are three-credits and three are one-credit. Overall, it seems like it will be an interesting semester but some classes will definitely be better than others.
Evolution of Aerospace Studies
During my freshman year, I joined AFROTC. Unfortunately, I got medically disqualified by the spring semester. Even though I was no longer in the program, I gained two out of the three speech credits required for graduation. Since I didn't want to take a three-credit speech course when I only need one credit, I decided to take this class in order to fulfill my requirements. The class mainly focuses on shaping cadets and since I'm not in the program, all of the assignments seem odd to me.
Foundations of Emergency Management
This class is a requirement for the Emergency Management and Homeland Security Certificate. Overall, it seems like it'll be an interesting class but the number of readings and extra work that come along with it decreases the excitement I feel for it.
Psychological Perspectives of Criminal Justice
When I first signed up for this class, I was super excited about it but the circumstances changed. The professor who was supposed to be teaching the class left FSU and I'm pretty sure the actual title of the class changed. We're using the same book that I used for a class last year which is fine but I don't want to learn the same information for a second time.
Stretch and Relaxation
I've thrown a lot of shade at this class but I decided to take it anyways because I needed an extra credit to get to full-time. Even though it is a waste of time, if you need an extra B.S. class, this is the one to pick. It's a very relaxing class and since I never take the time to relax, I'm forced to chill for 50 minutes. I'm low-key excited to see what the semester brings.
Introduction to Terrorism
This class has been on my list of classes to take since I started my international affairs major. I wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to take it but here I am, week two and I’m excited to learn about something that is such an extensive part of our society.
I participated in the Citizens Police Academy with FSUPD last spring and there was mention of the Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) class. I really wanted to get into the class and when drop/add came, I was able to join. I'm extremely excited about this class because I don't get to the gym as much as I should and this class will be a workout, as well as, a way to learn useful skills.