Reading the jobbie job thread tells me that lots of TiBbers have plenty of education but that doesn't necessarily translate into job prospects. I was pretty happy with my education, but I worked in my field all through college and so I had a good balance of theory and practice. I did take the full complement of required liberal arts classes, which were interesting but of limited obvious practical value. The one that sticks in mind as being the least useful is the one where the TA was emphatically attempting to convince us that missiles were only shaped the way they were because men made them in the shape of their penises. FOCUS: What's the most useful class you ever took? What's the most useless class? Did something you think was going to be useless turn out to be useful, or vice-versa?