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May 17th, 201302:28 PM
Vince Young is a college graduate.
I know UT is a prestigious academic institution, but the fact that this man was able to graduate with a college degree is baffling.
May 17th, 201303:08 PM
Good for him. How come it doesn't mention what his degree is in? I was curious.
May 17th, 201304:59 PM
May 17th, 201305:00 PM
Finance most likely...oh wait dumbass doesn't know a thing about it
May 17th, 201305:28 PM
Can you major in fighting at strip clubs at UT? Because if you can then he probably made the Dean's List
May 17th, 201305:30 PM
May 19th, 201303:04 AM
May 19th, 201305:21 AM
May 19th, 201307:37 AM
Vince Young__________________ Football___________________________ /Degree: Applied Learning & Development/Major: Youth and Community Studies
The Youth and Community Studies major is designed for students preparing to work with children in a variety of settings that do not require teacher certification. Students who choose this degree option are given flexibility to select courses from most of our academic departments, and can also incorporate research and field experiences into their curriculum. Examples of career options include directing youth programs at the YMCA, Parks and Recreation Departments, daycare centers, after-school programs, and government agencies related to childcare.
May 19th, 201309:19 PM
Seems pretty rigorous, sort of like astrophysics at Caltech.
May 20th, 201307:17 AM
so he basically got to build his own degree?
May 20th, 201304:38 PM
this is what obama did before getting elected.
May 20th, 201306:35 PM
Good to know........
Vince Young for President!!!!
May 20th, 201310:39 PM
So basically it was a Multi Disciplinary Studies major like we have at ou.
May 21st, 201308:22 AM
Actually Vince's degree is more structured than that one. His degree has 36 hours in program and requires a 15 hour minor. There looks to be about 40ish hours of smorgasboard elective in it as well as the UT core.
OTOH, Gabe Ikard graduated in interdisciplinary studies at OU so it doesn't appear that it is necessarily a dumping ground for poorly performing student athletes.
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