Why Everyone Should Take Common Core Classes

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Nobody has the same dreams and goals as anyone else, but one thing is sometimes we have to take the same classes. Why is it that you and I have different majors yet we still have to take the same classes? This is because there are core classes everyone needs to take in order to graduate, whether it has to do with your major or not. I agree with everyone having to take the common core classes for the simple fact that you can never have too much information. It may not be useful to you now but it can help you later in the future. There’s no such thing as learning too much and a core curriculum will give everyone a good base to fall back on just in case they change majors. If they change majors or careers they have a slight idea of knowledge to go into something new. …show more content…
Let's say someone wanted to study history as a major, but couldn’t land a job there so then they decided to try a new field such as mechanical engineering, without having to take common core classes there would be such a hard time learning basic math to even take requiring classes for that major. If common core classes were taken by everyone it make transitioning a little bit easier because then people have at least the basics down to move wherever they want if they needed to try something

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