Adam's Journal (omegatetris) wrote in uw,
Adam's Journal

I'm concerned about being able to graduate on time due to the scarcity of upper-level classes being offered in my majors (Philosophy and Latin). My question is twofold:

1. Will I likely be screwed if I try to take three 400-level Philosophy classes at the same time? They are actually offering the ones I want to take in Autumn, and I don't want to miss them.

2. Are there typically more 400-level Latin courses offered in Winter and/or Spring? There are only two being offered for Autumn, and they interest me very little, but I don't want to dismiss them if I'm not going to get more choices later.

My tentative plan here is to complete my Philosophy requirements in fall and split the 9 3-credit Latin courses I'll need between the latter two quarters. I'll be meeting with my departmental advisors too, but I wanted to consult the wisdom of uw just in case any of you have experience with any of the above. I offer my thanks in advance.

Yes, I know graduating late isn't the end of the world, but my finances are limited and I have no idea how I'd pay for a fifth year.
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