JNo, I’m saying that there is a massive difference between an informed opinion and an opinion that is born of something else.
Take Islam for instance, people are forming opinions on that religion based off the ■■■■ the media feed them.
I’d rather get my info from theology scholars and Islamic people
If that makes me an elitist then then color me elite.
In this instance I’m seeing people use examples of pretty fluffy degrees and extrapolating it as representative of the current state of universities.
That’s wrong, they are the minority. I’m currently completing a science degree at my second university. (My first was computer science finished in 99 and it’s useless today) but that’s the industry’s fault not the unis, and my wife is a professor at another so I’m pretty well versed at what a few unis are offering and how they are still relevant, and there is no way known I could “life experience” or “masterclass” what I’m learning or what my wife teaches