the Schwarzschild Ulna (aeolian_harp) wrote in thequestionclub,
the Schwarzschild Ulna

I can take one university class next semester due to an agreement with my workplace (would get reimbursed for textbooks and there is no course fee).

I can't decide whether to take a course that is relevant to my living situation and somewhat relevant to what I studied in undergrad, practical and that I would find interesting to absorb but probably would not be able to contribute much to due to me having no background in the subject whatsoever (and I would have to write a course paper and take an oral exam);


take a class I would be able to do well in but that would probably not be grounded in anything practical and would be liberal-artsy like every other course I've ever taken and not challenge me THAT much but would still be really fun to take

The grade won't really matter since I don't plan to pursue further education. I am leaning toward taking the first class, but I'm worried that I'll be stressed all the time because it'll be difficult for me to think of anything to write on for my paper.

What do you think?
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