Some of my Favorite Classes at Georgetown College!
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My name is Elena de Basil is, And today I'm going to be talking about my major and my minor as well as some of my favorite dinette classes. So I am currently a marketing major as well as an art minor. So even though I didn't have a lot of college credit, I am still weigh on track to graduate on time. So when you arrive on campus, you are going to receive a college catalog and this is your best friend. So inside the marketing major, you have a couple of options along with a bunch. Of course, is that everybody inside the major has to take so inside the options. One of my favorite courses that I took here on campus is business law. Um, you learn a lot of stuff and the professor is super nice. So if you like that kind of stuff, I would suggest taking advertising. So now if we flip over to art, I'm going to talk about some of my favorite classes in that minor. Like I said, I got exempt from drawing, so I did not take that. Um, I loved intro to graphic design that is one of my favorites and also both of the art history classes I loved. You learn a lot of information that's super useful. So we got to use tattoo guns, and we got to draw all kinds of stuff for that class, and it was super fine. Being a liberal arts college, you need to take classes in a variety of topics. So for the world languages section, I did take Spanish to a one, and I absolutely love it. Um, so if you're looking at Spanish, I would suggest taking Spanish to one. You also have an area of inquiry that you need to fulfill in the fine arts category and being an art major, I kind of had a bunch of those classes already, But I also took music one of seven and music three or five. Um, I would probably say that that was my favorite course on campus at Georgetown. Here, you also have to take social and behavioral sciences. It also counted as a foundation credit, which is also another area that you have to fulfill in order to graduate inside the natural sciences selection. Um, I would say my favorite of those two was Kim 100. Um, I currently just finished up that class, and I really loved it. So those are all my recommendations? Obviously, there are other classes that you might be interested in that I'm not interested in. Um so if you get here on campus, take a look at those classes and see if they are the right fit for you.