International Studies students must choose a "concentration" to go along with their major, International Studies being such a broad subject. One's concentration can be in one of two categories:
1. a global sector
2. silliness about diplomacy, economics, and the like.
Of course I knew I wanted to choose a global sector, but which one? After being advised by a few folks, I have finally chosen my career path, and in about five years I will be a translator of French and Arabic, working for the embassies of any of twenty-five African countries of which the official languages include, but are not limited to, French and Arabic.
Morocco, here I come.
College = life.