Originally Posted by giants57
I'm not a ****head, trust me. Part of the reason I want to leave WVU is the amount of ****heads with little to no academic direction in life. Shooter and I had that conversation the other week in here. My midterm GPA is a 3.8, think I may transfer to a state school back home to get credits for the Supply Chain major and transfer in possibly fall of 13 or spring of 14.
If I were you, Id leave WVU if you are serious about academics. Also, ****head is just a term I attached to greek life people because of the excessive ****headery it generates. Like I said, a great way to have a few friends and be hated by the vast majority of campus is join a frat.
Ill say this. A&M's Industrial Distribution program is ranked #1 last I checked. Its like supply chain on steroids. Its not in the business school but the engineering school too because of the higher than usual math, physics, and technical courses. But going to Auburn would be another great option, they have some solid programs as well. SoCar as well. If I go for an MBA, SoCar would be my #1 choice. Mostly because of the international business stuff they do though.
In reality though, you can come out very employable just by what you do anywhere. I cut out a lot of people from my life in the last year or two just because they didn't want to be successful like I do and focus more on partying and **** than actually getting things done and being productive. Youth is wasted on the young and I try to fix that. You'll probably find anywhere you go most people dont have the maturity to realize and embrace the fact that the next 4-5 years will shape their entire professional life. I dropped out and worked my way back and am doing all I can. Learning a foreign language and hopefully another by the time I graduate. Getting into a top ranked program. Working on overseas business programs in other countries over the summer. My advice is to do that. If the college years were the best in your life, you ****ed up.