1.What is your major?
I major in Business Administration. And I find business is a fascinating world to explore. I am studying hard and hopefully one day I'll become a successful businessman.
2.Do you like your major and why?
Yes, of course. I like my major primarily because I am very much into computer science. Since young I've always been fascinated by the stories of future technology, robots and super-computers. Secondly, IT is a huge market with wide profit margins. It has created a new generation of billionaires. It is promising major that is bound to bring me a good career in the future. That is precisely why I like my major.
Not really. Actually I didn't choose this major for myself. My parents chose it for me. In addition, I find all the subjects I have to study for this major very boring. I don't think I can learn much from them.
3.What subject do you find most useful?
There is a wide range of courses I study. Some are compulsory while others are optional. The two major compulsory courses are College English, including intensive reading, extensive reading, speaking etc., and College Math, including calculus, probability and statistics and so on. In addition, I also have chosen to study Art History and Psychology, which can all enrich my understanding of human mind itself and the great works of human mind.
4.What is your favorite course/subject?
My favorite course/subject is XXX, because, number one, it is very interesting. Number two, it is not very difficult to study. Number three, it is also very useful.
5.What is the most useful subject/course?
I think English is most useful subject. Because today communication plays such an important role is people's lives, especially when the world is becoming a global village, where English is the primary spoken language. And thus good training in spoken English gives a person a competitive edge and more opportunities than those who can't speak it. It is really a hard question. Though I don't think all subjects are useful, yet I do think most of them can be useful in different ways and in different times of life. Nonetheless, I think communication skills are essential for one's social and academic life; since English has become the lingua franca in global communication, I would say English, as far as I'm concerned, is the most useful subject.