After this term is up I'll have five classes left to take. I'm taking English Comp 2 and Intro to Psychology in September/October, which leaves three classes to my degree, one of which is my internship.
I need a science and a sociology, so tonight I signed up for Nutrition, which qualifies as a Science elective, and Abnormal Psychology which, while being a Psych class, fills the sociology elective. That leaves just the internship that I need to do.
This causes a bit of a problem, because the internship itself is worth three class credits. A "Full-Time student" in the Continuing Education division takes two classes, six credits, per term. What is being looked into now is allowing me to do the internship in the November/December term, therefore giving me nine credits that term (an "Overtime Student" I guess). If that doesn't go through that leaves me ONE CLASS that I have to take in the January/February term. If I only take one class in a term it drops me down to being a "Part-time student" which will possibly (or probably) screw up my financial aid.
So I either take nine credits in November/December and graduate when I thought I was going to. Or I do my internship and some bullshit class I don't even need in January/February and graduate then (with three extra credits).
I, personally, would opt for the first choice, cause I'll get out sooner, thereby saving me money. Hopefully Hesser allows me to take that route.