Charles Sturt University has made the mistake of offering me a place in a Bachelor of Theology by distance education.
I'm a bit excited.
I've been looking at all the great subjects they have available, and decided that really, all bar about 8 or 9 of them would be interesting to do.
I have to pick 24 (actually I only get to pick 15, there are 9 core subjects).
My first cull of subjects got it down to about 35.
Then I needed to be extra-specially ruthless. So I've got it down to about 27.
If it's going to take me 12 years to do the degree (one subject per session), do you think that they'll let me do some extra subjects? Do you think they'll allow me to enrol in a second degree to catch all the other subjects I've had to cull? Do you think that the government will support me to do all the subjects that there are?
And the chance of positive answers to all these questions?
... Approximately None!
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