I finished reading for classes this morning, and I decided to take a look at the schedule for the spring, so I could see how it's shaping up for me. As I'm one of the students who must take bar-related classes, finding classes I was interested in wasn't necessary. Fortunately, I've wanted to take mostly bar related classes so that I'm at least exposed to the bar-related topics. Now, however, I've mostly exhausted my selection of bar related classes, to the point where, next semester, when I have 15 hours of class left to take, I only have 14 total hours of bar related classes available, and that's subject to schedule availability (e.g. the classes overlap or interfere with my family's needs). This means that next semester, I'll get to choose at least one class that I WANT to take, rather than Want To Take Because It Fits My Schedule And Is Still Bar Related.
Of course, none of this would apply to me had the school not changed its GPA requirements for bar-related classes, and I'd have been able to study abroad last summer, which I REALLY wanted to do, but that's a digression.
Anyway, I should be able to take National Security Law, which I REALLY want to take, or amateur sports law, which I really want to take, or maybe even both, which would totally rock.
Then I get to stress out about the bar. Yay. Plus, I might take the bar in more than just Texas, depending on many factors. It's going to be a fun semester.