Since I got my admission into Marital University in February 2010, it has been well worth my time, effort and investment.
As expected, I’ve passed through series of tests and assignments. Not the kind of tests in my first degree at the University of Abuja, though. These ones have been very practical. And useful too.
Oh by the way, I’m studying ‘Applied Marriaging’ which entails the application of divine principles in marital life between two people, usually husband and wife.
Some of the courses I’ve been taking are:
1. Introduction to Love 2.0
2. Laws of Respect
3. Principles of Patience I
4. Strategic Understanding I
5. Financial Accounting I
6. Principles of Leadership I
7. Communication Skills
8. Marital Law
9. Sex Methodology
10. Production Planning I
Within this past 18 months, I learned from some real life experiences and made some mistakes along the way, and I’ve sought help from textbooks such as ‘The Bible’.
Within the past year, I’ve also been working on my thesis which is about sex methodology, using ‘iRach‘ as my case study.
Looking forward to my 3rd year, I’m hoping to harness the potentials of my research work and completing my thesis by the end of this year.
Hopefully, I’ll be writing my first ‘homo’ application this year which will run on the iRach operating system codenamed ‘cupcake’.
To my 18 months of married life!
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