I went to UCLA and graduated in 2003. Double majored in Mass Communications and English (with a creative writing concentration). Feels like I was going through my undergrad years not so long ago, though..
Midgetman82 wrote:I started college seeking a degree in Architecture, but then learned reeeealy quickly that it wasn't for me and moved to photography; a major that I think was better suited for me in the first place. (It'd be listed under Arts.)
3 years since I've made that post, I've learned that "photography" is not an actual major (it's only a focus as you complete a real major), and that a major within Media Arts (recently changed from Telecommunications, and listed under Communications/Journalism) had more of what I was interested in. Still, I was able to finish studio art as a minor!
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