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    Biology, German

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  1. Gotcha! Sorry if my comment seemed pointed in any way. As someone with experience then, if it is purely for personal growth and development with perhaps limited opportunites to study either German or public service, would you more-likely recommend an M.Div over an M.T.S.?
  2. It definitely is a bit random! In my brain, it all has a purpose that I suppose might be unrealistic. Just so things make a bit more sense, a more specific career path I have in mind is starting as a forensic scientist, and then becoming a federal law enforcement agent. It is the latter job that is my ultimate ultimate career goal, which is why I'm not considering or planning on getting a masters in biology or a related field. Technically, I don't need grad school at all, I just thought I could have the best of both worlds, as it were. Thank you very much for your advice! You are complete
  3. That program you mentioned looks fantastic, and it's awesome to see that it's available at other institutions as well! PTS is not an institution I have thus-far considered (not for any real reason, just because I'm clueless), but the potential to take other classes sounds great as well! If you don't mind my asking, what is the Baptist tradition's presence like there? It's not at all a requirement for me, but I would appreciate some representation.
  4. Thank you very much for your advice! I'll try and explain my education a bit further. My primary major is biology, as my primary and first career area will hopefully be one in a laboratory setting. However, I hope to later transition to a more role more oriented towards active law enforcement. Double-majoring in German is 100% my goal at the moment, but given my bio major's importance, I will drop it to a minor if I must. Thus, neither a degree focusing on German or government(public service, polict, etc.) is truly necessary for my career. Potentially attending divinity school or a s
  5. Hello! I just recently finished my sophomore year of college, and am at the moment heavily considering attending Divinity School after I graduate. As the title implies, I was hoping to hear from current/former divinity school students (or anyone else) who knows of div programs in which language education/study also plays a large role. I am a double major (or potentially just minor) in German language. Additionally, I plan to pursue a career in federal government, and so I would be very interested to see if there are programs which feature that sort of concentration. The closest that I hav
  6. Hello! I just recently finished my sophomore year of college, and am at the moment heavily considering attending Divinity School after I graduate. As the title implies, I was hoping to hear from current/former divinity school students (or anyone else) who knows of div programs in which language education/study also plays a large role. I am a double major (or potentially just minor) in German language. I am aware of some (Harvard, U of Chicago) which I believe offer such programs, but I also don't fully understand the role that each language plays for them. As an aside, I also don't b
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