Introduction:No matter what your field of study, there are several classes that every college student should take. They won't be found on the list of "core subjects," but they are "must haves" when it comes to being in "the real world."
Everyone needs a way to creatively express themselves. The written word is that for many people. Creative writing can open all sorts of doors that were once shut to you. Give it a try. See what comes out that brain of yours.
A comparative religions class will give you the opportunity to see the world in the eyes of it's many believers. Let it strengthen your own faith. You don't have to agree with them, you simply need to learn about their faith and history. And, perhaps, a little understanding and tolerance.
Learn about different styles of music. Find what kind of music sets your toes to tapping. It is also a great way to learn history, anthropology and other social sciences.
Even if you never want to own your business or run a business owned by some else, business management is a must. Learn the importance of budgeting, promotion and the day to day workings of a business. It will help you with running the business of your life and home.
Why not? Have some fun. Learn about cultures from around the world. Ever wonder who teaches folk dancing and the types of students who takes such a class? Find out; it may be your cup of tea.
Stretching your limitations and expanding your mind are the most important things you can do while in college. Yes, the degree is important, but so is the experience of trying new things - especially things that you wouldn't normally attempt.
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