Comment 36689

By TreyS (registered) | Posted December 30, 2009 at 12:09:52

".....who chose to take Labour Studies, Arts, Religious Studies, Humanities" lol.... sounds exactly like my courses at Mac.

I agree these courses have little economic use, but they are important to learn. The point is, a B.A. is a B.A. is a B.A. Even if you got a B.A. in Geography or History or Math. It's still of very little value. What it does say to employers is that YOU CAN LEARN. Most jobs are learned on the fly in the workplace. Take a computer science student for example... who graduated in 2006.. they're already out of date and useless unless they were in the workplace learning new technology.

Most undergrads take small specialty courses afterwards anyway, at a College, if they don't go on to a Masters. And a student that earned an undergrad degree can usually handle a Mohawk course in their sleep.

To get back on topic. I want to say one word about the Connaught Welfare Housing proposal. "Demolition-by-conversion".

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