What If You Could Have Your Doctorate
What if you could have uninterrupted study time to obtain your PhD in a particular subject, what would it be?
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I would have to say I would have a doctorate in some police related field like Police science or homeland security. I have always been excited and eager to learn more and more when if comes the police work and the science surrounding it.
Oh, my Doctorate would definitely be in a history field. It would probably either be in ancient history, think about 500 AD and before, in American History, or in military history. There is the slimmest possibility I might also choose Japanese history Sekigahara and earlier.
Welp, principle field of study is mechanical engineering. But beyond designing things, one of my biggest concerns of mine is how to make an impact with the things created.
So I'd like a PhD in a field related to Euthenics. Sociology, history, social engineering, etc.
We rest What If You Could Have Your Doctorate to share a message from the journals of some good thinker:
Today is: 18th October (GMT), in history on the 18th of October, 1878 AD the following event happened:
Edison makes electricity available for household usage