Posted by: Meghan Nyberg, Class of 2012
While entering the M.S.C. program, and continuously, many of us discuss the reasons why we chose this program, or rather, why this program chose us. Not one of the primary reasons, but definitely one of the benefits, is the length of the program, which is 10 months.
While I too was more than happy to find an exceptional master’s program that was 10 months, I was nervous that condensed time would make my higher education feel rushed and stressful. That has proven to be completely false.
It’s hard to believe that after today’s classes, we have two more days of class left in this quarter. Time is flying by, but in the best way possible. I feel like our academic timeline is appropriate, and I feel like stress is never due to school, but rather myself. I can’t begin to tell you how much I feel like I have learned already, even before the end of the second quarter. Yes, our education is being condensed, but it makes things exhilarating. In a previous entry, I read one of my peers, Colin, say that every day of class felt like Christmas morning. I agree. A full day of class is a full day of growth.
I was nervous about time before the program started, but now I feel like time is my best friend. My only complaint about it now is how incredibly fast it’s going by.
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