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College students should not have to take courses that have nothing to do with their major.
It is the school's goal to develop well-rounded scholars, not students who are only knowledgeable in one specific topic.
Courses on how to think critically, validate our knowledge and understand logical pathways would be beneficial to anyone regardless of their major.
a majority of the time the student will never use that information again.
Students may find unknown interests if they are forced to explore outside their boundaries.
What are these courses that have nothing to do with some major?
They should take courses that tie into their major. without being directly related.
Not everyone can afford the costs of taking extra courses, or spare the extra time.
They don't. Nobody's making you take this course or go to this college or even choose that degree. Go to a trade school, get an apprenticeship, and instead of paying tuition to learn useless crap, start doing work and getting paid to learn how to do it.
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(1 year ago)