Fear of a prerequisite course leads to a newfound love
When I was double-checking the requirements for my art major last semester, the word “prerequisite” made my lip curl.
I was technically supposed to have taken all of the prerequisite courses before I got anywhere near an intermediate course, but my relatively late decision to change my art minor to a major made for a few complications. Plus, I was doing my best to avoid a certain class. I understood the logic behind it, of course: the idea of a liberal arts education is to explore a variety of subjects, even within your major. Even if that dreaded subject is sculpture.
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