Well, it’s official… I’ve registered for my first course at Capilano College: BADM 101. SFU and UBC didn’t want me but I am quite glad that Capilano did. Although I am somewhat disappointed, I do believe that Capilano is the best choice for me at this time. After all, UBC wanted someone who will attend full time – something that I can’t do what raising a family.
I toyed with the idea of taking two courses this term, but I need to complete Evelyn’s Accounting textbook by this fall. I’m also thinking of reviewing my Macro and Micro courses too since I received credit for them. I might as well become familliar with the material so I don’t get lost when we get to it.
While writing this entry, I went back to the Cap website and found the the “Capilano School of business” portion. Looking through what they have to offer, it made me feel a lot better about the choice to return, particularly because they’re so flexible.
Yesterday, I also got interviewed for the Assistant Supervisor position here at Shaw. I don’t know if it will interfere with my studies. Hopefully if I get the job, they will be able to accomadate my education. We’ll see! 🙂
I spoke with Paul Bird at Church on Sunday and he said that it took him 15 years to complete his Bachelors degree. However, it got him the job that he wanted and it proved to his clients and colleagues that he was no dummy. Hey… if Paul can gut through it, so can I. We have a few things in common, and it’s nice to know that I’m not the only one who will finish their degree late.