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3 hours ago, WeneedLumme said:

A BA in psychiatry? Is that anything like a BA in surgery or internal medicine? You are pretty funny.

Here's the difference I don't see a Bachelor's degree in psychiatry as a good plan B for anyone. I guess it depends on life experience and perspective. If you're working at McDonald's then I guess it is a step up, if you're an analyst with  Goldman Sachs then it's a step-down

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There's no such thing as a BA in Psychiatry.  Psychiatrist have to get their medical degree and then continue on to get their degree in psychiatry, just like any other specialist.

 

A BA in Psychology in much like any other (entry level BA); pretty much useless in the job market unless you can get on the job training..  He would have to continue on to get a Masters degree and then he could be a phycologist.

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27 minutes ago, higgyfan said:

There's no such thing as a BA in Psychiatry.  Psychiatrist have to get their medical degree and then continue on to get their degree in psychiatry, just like any other specialist.

 

A BA in Psychology in much like any other (entry level BA); pretty much useless in the job market unless you can get on the job training..  He would have to continue on to get a Masters degree and then he could be a phycologist.

Sounds like one of those “athlete” degrees, where it’s easy to keep up a GPA so you’re eligible to play.

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Just now, Alflives said:

Sounds like one of those “athlete” degrees, where it’s easy to keep up a GPA so you’re eligible to play.

Definitely.  But if he is serious about it, he could get his masters degree (post hockey) and then become a sports psychologist.

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1 minute ago, higgyfan said:

Definitely.  But if he is serious about it, he could get his masters degree (post hockey) and then become a sports psychologist.

Which would be cool.

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10 hours ago, aGENT said:

Psych major is considered 'filler' now? Who knew? :lol:

The Psych major is the most popular here at UM. It's definitely regarded as one of the easiest ones. I wouldn't say you're looked down upon if you have a Psych degree, especially from a (arguably) top 20 school in the world like UM, but it's best served being paired with another major, not as the only one. I considered doubling Psych with stats last year but I decided on Stats and Econ instead haha

6 hours ago, stawns said:

So three required courses for a BA in Psychology and an elective.  

 

6 hours ago, Fred65 said:

That is NOT what I said. The kid said he was taking 4 courses of which one was a filler. It may well be that he may still need a summer course or two to complete his degree. It's not unheard of. Lot's of kids need extra courses to complete their degrees. One thing for sure being a student-athlete is not an easy task. You need some soft or filler courses to keep your GPA at an NCAA acceptable level.

32 credits in total are needed (each course is 2-4 credits and you're allowed max 18 a semester and there's 2 semesters with extra spring and summer semesters which people usually don't do), so if Will decided on his psych major earlier on and he's not doing another major or minor, there's no doubt he's gonna finish his degree. And you're right, for an athlete if you're taking a few courses going towards your major, the ones you're not should be easy filler courses. Lockwood wasn't one of the guys who won an academic award on the team, so he's not gonna be taking calculus or anything like that.

1 hour ago, Alflives said:

Sounds like one of those “athlete” degrees, where it’s easy to keep up a GPA so you’re eligible to play.

Yup

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15 hours ago, WeneedLumme said:

That's gotta be one of the least exciting jobs in existence: 

 

Phycology (from Greek φῦκος, phykos, "seaweed"; and -λογία, -logia) is the scientific study of algae.

 

If that is his alternative, I think he should be pretty motivated to be a hockey player. I expect we will see him in a Canucks uniform sooner or later. Lol

Now you are the spelling police!  Jeebus...:picard:

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On 4/21/2019 at 11:35 AM, Kanukfanatic said:

Now you are the spelling police!  Jeebus...:picard:

I think you will find the correct spelling is, "Jesus".

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On April 21, 2019 at 11:35 AM, Kanukfanatic said:

Now you are the spelling police!  Jeebus...:picard:

If you actually believe that's what I was doing, it certainly explains some things about your posts.

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13 minutes ago, WeneedLumme said:

If you actually believe that's what I was doing, it certainly explains some things about your posts.

I don’t understand any of this, but it still makes me laugh.  :towel:

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I noticed that Will Lockwood is at the development camp. I didnt know that he could come to the camp, while he is still an NCAA student. 

 

Am I missing something? He wasnt there last year.

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NCAA players have to pay their own way.  They cannot accept any kind of payment from the team to attend the camp.

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8 minutes ago, ahf149 said:

I noticed that Will Lockwood is at the development camp. I didnt know that he could come to the camp, while he is still an NCAA student. 

 

Am I missing something? He wasnt there last year.

I believe the way it works is that he is eligible to be there but the Canucks cannot pay to get him there. He( or his parents) have to pay his way to the camp.  Hughes was at last years camp as an NCAA student so there is some caveat to be able to attend.

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Canucks can only cover the costs of the 1st 2 days.  If he stays beyond it's on his own dime.  

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Oh! Thank you, I thought that because he had ties to the NCAA , he could do anything connected to the NHL.   I know Quinn wasnt at the Young Stars in Penticton.

 

I didnt realize he was at the development camp.

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1 minute ago, ahf149 said:

Oh! Thank you, I thought that because he had ties to the NCAA , he could do anything connected to the NHL.   I know Quinn wasnt at the Young Stars in Penticton.

 

I didnt realize he was at the development camp.

 

College players are not allowed to play against other teams re the Young Stars.  They also can't attend if school has already started.  

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Lockwood should be the best player at camp. Would be disappointing if he isn’t.

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