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What you study?

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  • #31
    Re: What you study?

    Business, finance and management. But my favorite classes in school have always been psychology, philosophy and logic.


    • #32
      Re: What you study?

      Originally posted by Samael View Post
      Business, finance and management. But my favorite classes in school have always been psychology, philosophy and logic.
      That's almost the same as me. I studied office skills, business, finance, accounting, and some communications courses just shy of a minor. I enjoyed some religion/humanities courses. I wish I had taken more political science though.
      Last edited by Hyegirl; 01-22-2012, 06:15 PM.
      "The world is so competitive, aggressive, consumive, selfish, and during the time we spend here, we must be all but that." Jose Mourinho


      • #33
        Re: What you study?

        Originally posted by yerazhishda View Post
        Finding and holding a job is a skill.
        Working sucks ass!


        • #34
          Re: What you study?

          I studied languages at uni...
          Now I study juripsrudence
          But I always wanted to study PR and ads


          • #35
            Re: What you study?

            Educational Psychology.

            Yes, I'm all over the place.


            • #36
              Re: What you study?


              September 19, 2013 | 00:13

              YEREVAN. - The governments ofArmenia and India are preparing to
              sign an agreement on mutual recognition of higher and postgraduate
              education qualifications.

              Upon the proposal of the Armenian Ministry of Education and Science,
              this matter is put on the agenda of Thursday's Government session.

              The aforesaid agreement will enable to mutually recognize the diplomas
              given by the higher and postgraduate education institutions of Armenia
              and India.

              To note, numerous students from India currently study at the
              institutions of higher education in Armenia's capital city Yerevan,
              and if this agreement is signed, their number will grow.

              News from Armenia -
              Hayastan or Bust.


              • #37
                Re: What you study?


                [image: Sona Haroutyunian-Mounah Saksouk]

                I would have never imagined that one day, being born in Liberia and raised
                in the USA, I was going to end up as a student in the class of Dr. Sona
                Haroutyunian who came from Italy, from the Ca'Foscari University of Venice
                as a visiting professor to teach a semester in the Armenian Studies Program
                at California State University in Fresno.

                My interest in the Armenian Studies Program stemmed from my love for
                cultures. My philosophy is that although we all have different traditions,
                languages and mannerisms, we are all more similar than different. However,
                we will only know this by educating ourselves about each other. Through the
                Armenian Studies program I have been able to accomplish this.

                When I learned about this new professor coming a long way from Europe I
                could not miss her class. The class that Dr. Haroutyunian taught was a
                topics course on the Armenian Genocide. I was thrilled to take this class.
                What I found was a life changing experience.

                Dr. Haroutyunian's class introduced us to the concepts of history, memory,
                literature and translation. Her wealth of knowledge was refreshing.

                Dr. Haroutyunian brought life to what we learned. She accomplished this by
                having us apply it to our own personal experiences. She encouraged us to
                incorporate our class readings and discussions into the writing of our
                papers. Her knack of bringing out each student's unique writing ability is
                commendable and attests to the fact that she is a wonderfully inspiring

                In the last few months of the course, we read various Genocide narratives
                including *Skylark Farm* by Antonia Arslan and *My Grandmother* by Fethiye
                Cetin. Also, we compared these narratives to the *Skylark Farm* movie. By
                using these contrasting techniques, Dr. Haroutyunian dealt with the
                Armenian Genocide from quite a new perspective. Her techniques helped us to
                better understand the role of literature, translation and movie in raising
                awareness of the Armenian Genocide. Most importantly they relayed the idea
                of the unity of the Armenian people through adversity and how they have
                become a successful diaspora. This notion uplifted my spirit. The reason
                for this is because like the Armenians, the Liberian people have gone
                through adversity. The Armenians are a model of hope that Liberians and
                many other nations can successfully prosper after experiencing a traumatic

                Dr. Haroutyunian's class was a remarkable course. Through her fervent
                passion and dedication to students, she transmitted her love for not only
                the Armenian Studies but also the country of Armenia.

                As a non-Armenian, I would encourage both Armenians and non-Armenians to
                learn about Armenian culture and history. The Armenian Studies Program,
                present in the best universities all over the world, has so much to offer.
                It is a great Program to educate oneself about a specific nation and
                discover who you are.

                By Mounah Saksouk

                Hayastan or Bust.