I am still taking long-distance online courses from MUN - Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador.
I work full-time so I only take 1 course a term. I want to get A's, but I can live with some B's.
I only need 1 more course to complete my MUN Certificate in Library Studies.
Again this term, I had already taken the library courses that are offered. So in the meantime, I'll just take random university courses. It won't matter what subjects I take for several years as this is such a slow way to work on a degree. Any courses will be an asset when I apply for a job at University libraries.
This term - Winter 2011/12 - I am taking ECON2020 - Intro to Macroeconomics.
During last term - Fall 2011/12, I got 77 in SOCI1000 - Intro to Sociology.