I have officially started college as of yesterday as a freshmen (once again). Even though I fell to my last resort for school, it isn’t too bad after all. Since I’m going to be stuck here for the next 1 1/2~2 years, I might as well enjoy my time here one semester at a time. This semester, I have 4 classes which are Introduction to Computer Science and Information Systems, Financial Accounting, English, and Introduction to Government.
First off, Introduction to Computer Science and Information Systems doesn’t impress me at all. The objective of the class is to basically learn the basics of using a computer. Within the course, the students will eventually have to create a simple webpage. Based on the student samples that were shown to us on the first day of class, I am expecting to ace this class no problem. As an added bonus, we have open note quizzes every week.
English… I think the professor is pretty cool and the class is pretty standard. In the past, I had English teachers where they are formal and “take precautions” in what they say. Except this professor talks about anything without limitation. While explaining her rules regarding cell phone usage in class, she brings up her habit of texting and driving along with other things that won’t be mentioned within this post.
As far as Introduction to Government goes, the name gives the description of the course already. I mean if I survived a regular Government class with one of the hardest teachers in high school with an A (with regards that there are around 2~4 A’s per class), I can take on this class without too much of a problem. Surprisingly, I still have the Bill of Rights memorized in the back of my mind.
My Financial Accounting class is pretty decent. Out of the four classes I have, I am looking forward to this class the most. Even though I have a fascination for finance, I’m taking this course because it’s required by my major. If you’re wondering how, Computer Information Systems runs in the business department as they interact directly with solving business problems regarding technology.
Once again, I have a new layout up on this blog. Even though this layout looks similar to my previous layout, I just wanted to add the responsive feature to this site. Which is– if you resize your window (or use a supported mobile device), the need for horizontal scrolling wouldn’t be necessary. Plenty of thanks goes to Krystal for providing some resource sites with the responsive base coding.