American Government class is looking to be tougher than American History class last term. Same professor (Bro. G.W., FSC), but our reading materials have changed. Last term, we used a small, novel-sized textbook; this term, it's a tome entitled American Government: The Essentials. You know you're in trouble when a thick, thick tome is only labeled as "the essentials". Still, I have a good feeling about this one.
Critical Securities Studies sound more like a Red Alert: 3 mission briefing, but I have a feeling that it's going to be challenging as hell. Professor is the stellar Ms. C.M. (going to be a PhD soon, and she IS a very intelligent lady) who gave me a challenging time last year with Foreign Relations class.
American Foreign Policy (Domestic) is also looking up to be challenging, with a lawyer as a professor, Mr. S.M. (also getting a PhD soon, I believe). He's a history major, and I have a feeling I might enjoy this class better than most.
Without Dr. Dr. R (double PhD!) teaching this class, we got a 22-year old UP-Diliman scholar who also has a degree in Defense Intelligence from the Australian Military as our professor, Mr. S.R. He will be teaching us International Organizations, and I can tell from the get-go that not only is he going to be a tough one to please, he will definitely have very high standards (not to mention book reviews, and weekly news reviews).
I am at Spanish 4! Joder! LOL. We have a very cheerful professor this term, Ms. A from Vigo, Espana. Good feeling about this one.
Introduction to Art should be a very interesting subject this term, as it is my only non-major subject. That doesn't mean I should slack off though; I aim to target nothing less than a 3.0 for this one. Classmates are going to be fun too, as I discovered I have plenty of friends in this floating subject.
I hope I can manage all these this term. It's going to be challenging, but that just means I have to rise to it. :)