While studying history at BYU-Idaho, John Humphreys never considered he would end up as a lawyer in Shanghai. He chose his major for two reasons: his father’s influence and the passion of his professors.
Kimberly Beckert didn’t lie in bed as a little girl dreaming of being a teacher. She didn’t even go to Brigham Young University-Idaho with the intent of receiving a teaching degree. But as she found out, life doesn’t always turn out the way you plan.
Tim Wiseman loves being a teacher, but a teaching degree wasn’t always his plan. Like many students, Wiseman went through a few changes in his major: when he first started at BYU-Idaho, his emphasis was creative writing, and then he switched to graphic design, but graphic design didn’t suit him either.
Spanish immersion teacher Jacob Broadhead graduated from BYU-Idaho with a degree in Spanish Education in 2012. He didn’t have enough time to minor in a second subject, like history or economics; nor, did he get involved in more research like he wanted.
Cami Showley’s life as a stay-at-home mom has been successful because she has always been an adaptive individual. When Showley first began at BYU-Idaho, the Humanities and Philosophy major did not exist but...
BYU-Idaho led Tim Ng to his current job at Google. He studied International Studies with an emphasis in Chinese, and credits his mission for his multilingual skills, which include English, Cantonese, and Mandarin.