The fact that someone with a PHD in Electrical Engineering can't teach a simple circuit analysis class worries me.
While I do agree with the fact that colleges are meant to teach you the theory behind stuff, I just wish they did a better job. Thing with me is that I can't even squeeze in extracurricular activities into my schedule because of how crazy my schedule usually is. Worst of all, due to how bad some of the professors are at my uni, I have to literally go home and squeeze in time to teach myself the lessons I took that day. I know that's how uni is, but I just wish I had more time for internships, learning a new programming language, and learning what exactly cybersecurity is.
I'd become a part-time student, but my uni doesn't even offer the option for that. I don't even have the option to switch unis.
I apologize if I seem like I'm complaining. Just trying to give you guys an idea of what uni is like for me.
Funny enough, my old manager of the current job I am in, knows the boys personally. He invited me to their Liquorman Whiskey release party when one of his +1s canceled on him. I got pictures with all of em ...
just stick with it, that little piece of paper will open more doors than it will close. I learned that through denial and error