Summer classes are done, and my masters program official starts next Tuesday. I have to admit, I sort of got used to the "extended" vacation, as boring as it was.
I'll be studying Biomedical Visualization, which is some medical related illustration and animation thing. I'd thought it be useful as an extension for my BioEngineering degree, but less into the engineering and more into the artsy stuff, which seems to be more of my strong suit than raw engineering (because I can't math to save my life). I'm just hoping this isn't just a useless art degree with more window dressing. It is a Master of Science degree, so I hope that means it's worth something. Because an art degree certainly wouldn't.
There will be a lot of mandatory figure drawing, so I'm sure that would help immensely with my mediocre anatomy, even if I have to cut open a bunch of dead bodies and draw their formaldehyde-soaked innards.
Seems to be a 9:1 female-to-male ratio for this program, so I wouldn't be surprised if I will be the only guy there.