buckiguy_sucks wrote: CaptainJapan wrote:
buckiguy_sucks wrote:I know we've talked about this ad nauseum but I just want to reiterate, there's no employ-ability difference between the curricula right? Like employers have no idea what curriculum b is and probably don't care if they do know what it is right?
Everywhere I've looked insists there's no difference between the two--the only way I could imagine B working against you would be if during an interview and someone asked something specific about a typical 1L course. I could see how maybe
some old school guys would turn a face if you replied with "actually..."
B might be cool/more interesting or whatever, but I think i'm going to pick A to protect myself from this.
I'm sure I'm just asping and being ridiculous
Yeah, this is pretty paranoid. If someone really does ask you how you liked Contracts in your interview, you can just give the same answer as non-section 3 people. You aren't going to respond with "well, actually, I didn't take Contracts, I took The Historical Morality of Free Market Bargaining" (or whatever the hell s3 contracts is called). Even if you really wanted to, you just say "I really liked my contracts course because it had a specific focus on [whatever section 3 focuses on]." Interviewer won't even know anyway unless they've reviewed your transcript.