Most importantly, my buddy recovered. He was in in patient therapy at the hospital for about a month and using a wheelchair, then went to live with an aunt who was an emergency room nurse and her retired husband who could look after him while he went to physical therapy. He was on crutches for awhile, but was walking around with just a brace by the time he was cleared to go back to work and finish his term four months later.
You could feasibly get even one more semester covered.Check and see what will transfer from your local Universities or even community colleges and take those classes there, then take your important major classes here at GT.Specific classes to look at transferring in:English 1 (ENGL 1101)Calc 1 2 (MATH 1551 1552)Multivariable Calc (MATH 2550)Discrete Math (CS 2050)Linear Algebra (MATH 1554, NOT 1553 since you CS)First few levels of CS (CS 1301, 1331, 1332)Some lab sciences (many options, but check the sequence requirements)Social Science Electives (many options)Humanities Electives (many options)If you doing intelligence thread, General Psychology (PSYC 1101, doesn count towards other electives if used for intelligence thread)This has the added benefit of by the time you are coming to GT you also have enough educational experience to start co oping or interning right away.That said, I definitely not a counselor and this is all based off my personal experience and a quick look through my DegreeWorks. Check out the degree requirements for yourself and the transfer equivalencies. Note that GT doesn guarantee anything will transfer, so you have the potential of wasting credits.
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Do you hire people based on education, tenure or experience and then place them into certain departments? If so, you should absolutely be exploring these, and other relevant, demographic variables. They may not be meaningful but doing the due diligence here is very important. Don over simplify the issue and throw this information out..