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    ive just heard the term recently and ive been told that these are degrees that wont particularly help you in finding employment in the future so i was wondering if anybody new any mickey mouse degrees and if my degree would be considered a mickey mouse degree. Im studying networking computer science and about to go into second year although im looking to going into teaching.
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    Disney Studies
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    Animation... in particular Disney Studies...


    Very Mickey Mouse...
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    (Original post by DarkSenrine)
    Disney Studies
    How am i ALWAYS beaten to it!?:eek:
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    I always preferred Bugs Bunny over Mickey Mouse, he was much more entertaining. Or better yet Tom & Jerry.
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    lmao
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    Waste Management with Dance (Joint Honours).
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    I'm going to clap the first tool who says 90, 45 or 30

    :nothing:
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    Knitting (tho you need it to actually teach knitting) O.o
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    Non science degrees will see you working in farmfoods till you die.You will be working in co op though.
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    You can get surf studies... However it gives you the option to build your own surf board. Who WOULDNT employ that guy, eh...
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    (Original post by Bazlehman)
    Non science degrees will see you working in farmfoods till you die.You will be working in co op though.
    Noooooooo... (madly tries to unaccept unconditional for Law) Sainsburies at least!?
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    Almost anything with studies at the end.
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    Anything except physics...clearly :yep:
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    Well, as we can see from the first picture, the artist has used various degrees with which to create his image. Using the protractor I have conveniently included, we can work out some Micky Mouse degrees
    :ahee:
 
 
 
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