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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Username4242 » Mon Mar 26, 2012 3:28 pm UTC

BIOE 594 - Foundations of Ecology and Management
BIOO 412 - Animal physiology
CHMY 123 - Introduction to Organic & Biochemistry
COM 110 - Public communication
ECNS 101 - Economic Way of Thinking
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Obby » Wed Mar 28, 2012 5:09 pm UTC

ECEP 413 - Power Systems Analysis 3
ECEC 357 - Introduction to Computer Networks
ECEP 490 - Special Topics: Solar Energy Engineering
CJ 204 - Criminology
ECE 493 - Senior Design 3

The CJ and ECEC courses are just filler classes I'm taking because I need credits and people told me they were easy. The solar course sounded interesting, and I'm required to take the other two courses. Bonus points since all of these courses fall on Tuesday and Thursday.

The best part: LAST TERM! WOO HOO! Unless I fail something, but I don't think that's going to happen.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby existentialpanda » Sun Apr 01, 2012 8:27 pm UTC

Spring term, sophomore year, bio major:

Chem 41c, Organic Chemistry
Bi 115, Viruses and Their Hosts
Bi 158, Vertebrate Evolution
Bi 189, The Cell Cycle
H 112, The Vikings
Either Psy 15 (Social Psychology) or Ec 11 (Intro to Economics) - don't know which yet.

I'm finally done with core, so now I can take things I actually want to take. No more physics, yay!

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Ph1c Analytical (Magnetism)
Ma1c Practical (Multivariable Calculus)
AH55 Art of the 19th Century
H112 The Vikings
ESE1 Intro to Environmental Science
PE48 Taichi

existentialpanda: how is Taichi by the way? I haven't taken a PE class yet here.


Tai Chi was excellent. Also, we seem to both be taking H 112 - we should see if we can figure out who each other is.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby raike » Mon Apr 02, 2012 3:00 am UTC

Autumn 2012, Junior Year of an Electrical Engineering and Mathematics double major

MATH 2370: Matrices and Linear Operators--basically the first semester of the graduate linear algebra class, intended to prepare students for the prelims
MATH 1530: Advanced Calculus 1--the first semester of the follow-up to the introductory real analysis class, focussing on metric spaces and analysis in multiple dimensions
MATH 0430: Introduction to Abstract Algebra--pretty much what it sounds like

ECE 2671: Optimisation Methods--a graduate class in the EE department on optimisation methods; it's intended for graduate students specialising in controls, I think, and meets for 2.5 hours one evening a week
ECE 1896: Senior Design Project--we work in teams and design and build something innovative; it's sort of a capstone course, and meets for two hours one day a week

JPNSE 0083: Introduction to Japanese Literature--this should be a fun elective, especially since I was semi-fluent in Japanese at one point (of course, the course will be taught in English...)

That's 18 credits (sadly, we aren't allowed to take more without paying extra), and 17.5 hours (16, if you don't round 50 minute classes up to an hour) a week.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby coyotebush » Wed Apr 04, 2012 3:07 am UTC

Spring quarter is starting off well with:
CPE 357 Systems Programming
CPE 315 Computer Architecture
MU 221 Jazz Styles
BIO 213 Life Science for Engineers
BRAE 213 Bioengineering Fundamentals

Both CPE classes should be challenging, hopefully in a good way; MU ought to be a bit of fun; and the BIO/BRAE classes seem somewhat interesting.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby existential_squirrrel » Sun May 13, 2012 4:52 am UTC

Summer 2012- taking some credits to get ahead
ART 1041/Art Studio/2 - Beginning Ceramics
MATH 4999/Lecture/1- Independent Study


Fall 2012- Junior year at Dominican University of California

PSY 3040/Lecture/1 - Behavior modification
MATH 3400/Lecture/1 - Linear Algebra
CHEM 4993/Lab/2 - Chem Rsrch Mthd IV
CHEM 4605/Lab/1 - Physical Chemistry I Lab
CHEM 4600/Lecture/1 - Physical Chemistry I
CHEM 4005/Lab/1 - Quantitative Analysis Lab
CHEM 4000/Lecture/1 - Quantitative Analysis
ENGL 3200/Lecture/2 - Advanced Writing & Research
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Darryl » Sun May 13, 2012 4:00 pm UTC

Fall 2012:

THR 101 - Introduction to Theatre (I may be American, but I prefer the British spelling)
ENG 112 - College English II
MAT 330 - Abstract Algebra
CMP 265 - Computer Visual Design
And possibly ART 101 - Foundations of Art and Design

All of these are on Tuesday/Thursday, as well.

Spring 2012:

MAT 390 - Probability
MAT 405 - Senior Seminar (Number Theory, this time)
INS 301C - Morality and the Human Dilemma
CMP 335 - Webpage Design
CMP 375 - Advanced Computer Application Integration

For my Mathematics major with Applied Computer Applications minor.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Servant-of_Christ » Mon May 14, 2012 9:42 pm UTC

I take extra classes (HS sophomore) so my schedule is
1-Principles of Engineering
2- H. Eng
3. Acc. spanish II
4. H. Chem
5. A Capella (top choir, all vocal), or H. Chem when chem doubles,
6. band
7. other band (long story)
8. H. Adv. Alg w/ Trig
9. Weights/lifting
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby MisterCheif » Sun May 20, 2012 10:15 pm UTC

Fall 2012, freshman robotics engineer at WPI:

A Term
PH-1111 - Principles of Physics - Mechanics
MA-1023 - Calculus IV
GN-1511 - Elementary German I
MU-2636 - Concert Band

B-Term
PH-1121 - Principle of Physics - Electricity & Magnetism
MA-1024 - Calculus IV
GN-1512 - Elementary German II
MU-2636 - Concert Band

Only physics, calc, german and band for the first half of the year. 8) It works out nicely so that on Wednesday, I only have two 50 minute sections of Physics back-to-back in the morning, and then the rest of the day is mine (or more likely, my homework's...)
I could go straight into Calc IV because I mist likely got a 5 on the BC Calc test, but as I could only fit the class in as an independent study that ended up being largely self-taught, I'd rather retake that material so I am confident with it.

And I did take the AP Physics tests, but seeing as it is rather important for engineering, I'd rather go over the material again, especially E&M.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Rise413 » Tue May 22, 2012 6:05 am UTC

High school senior:
AP Physics
AP Calc
AP Stats
AP Lit. & Comp.
Wind ensemble
Intro to Engineering (Had to fill in a spot, since AP Calc and Wind Ensemble take up both lunch hours, and they have to make sure I have a class every hour)
Semester 1 Elective: Psychology
Semester 2 Elective: Astronomy
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby KestrelLowing » Wed May 23, 2012 7:01 pm UTC

Well, if I posted what I need to graduate:

Senior Design II ( 2 credits)




(yeah, there was some lack of planning my freshman year that led to this)

But I'll also be doing a couple graduate classes - possibly three if I really want to kill myself:

Intermediate Dynamics (3 credits)
Introduction to Robotics and Mechatronics (4 credits)
(possibly) Linear Systems (3 credits)

If I don't take Linear Controls (because let's be honest here - 9 credits is full time for grad school, and I'll have senior design on top of that along with working at least 15 hours a week) I'll either find some stupid 3 credit class to take, or take 4 gym classes and a music lesson (that adds up to 3 credits) as I need to have at least 12 credits to be a full time student - or else crazy things happen with insurance and financial aid.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Birk » Thu May 24, 2012 12:56 am UTC

Senior Year Astronomy/Physics Double and Math Minor

Galaxies - Dynamics, structure, formation, and all that good stuff.
PDEs - Need 3 credits to finish my minor and I wanted one more class with this professor before I left.
Senior Thesis Research - Not sure of an exact topic yet. Most likely to do with accretion on to compact objects.
Classical Mechanics - Taught by a crazy professor who skips most of the book to do GR instead. Very excited about this.
Interstellar Medium and Gas Dynamics -Graduate Class, essentially applied plasma physics/stat mech.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby lanicita » Mon Jun 11, 2012 1:13 am UTC

I'm taking 4 summer classes, 2 in each session.

Session 1:
Biological Bases of Behavior in Educational Settings
Group Dynamics in Educational Settings (I LOVE this class so far, it's on how to run group therapy and my professor has turned our class into an example and models it for us)

Session 2:
Class, Race, and Gender in the History of US Education
Behavior Management in the Classroom
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby mathgeek17 » Mon Jun 11, 2012 8:12 pm UTC

Senior year of high school:
Honors Accounting II
Honors Physics
Band
AP English Lit
Honors Macroeconomics/Financial Planning
Law/Mock Trial
Global Financial Studies/World at War
Calculus
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Apparently Anonymous » Tue Jun 12, 2012 1:35 pm UTC

(Translated from German - may contain odd or awkward phrasing)

Transcultural Communication: Problems and solutions
History and culture of Austria
History and culture of Spain
History and culture of the US
German spoken communication
Listening comprehension and text production
Reading comprehension and text production
Contextual Grammar
Law and business in a communicative context
Lingua Franca communication and Global English
Foundations of academic writing (main points: using sources ethically and correctly, formal requirements, methods etc.)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby muhia » Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:20 pm UTC

Ordinary Differential Equations
Group Theory 1
Operations Research 1
Scientific Computing
Operating Systems II
Complex Analysis 1
Real Analysis 1
Accounts and Finance 1


(see what they did on that last one??)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Catmando » Wed Jun 20, 2012 9:29 pm UTC

I finally got my schedule for next year in the mail. I'll be a senior in high school.

Algebra III & Stats
Spanish IV
Physics
Everyday Law
Food Basics and Nutrition
English 111 OCC 1st semester
English 112 OCC 2nd semester
Theology IV
Pre-Calculus OCC MTH 175 1st semester
Calculus OCC MTH 180 2nd semester

My schedule's a bit weird because of the Pre-Calculus/Calculus thing. I already took Pre-Calculus last year, but they decided that essentially the only way I could take Calc 180 is if I took their Pre-Cal course too. I'm not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing. I am really happy that, aside from that little mess, they got me all of the classes I asked for. I've heard that my school is usually very bad with scheduling, and someone I know got like half of their classes changed to secondary choice--which wouldn't be a big deal normally, but we don't have a lot of options as it is, so she ended up in Art Intro when she wanted to take Journalism.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Arlick » Mon Jul 02, 2012 7:03 am UTC

Senior High School.

1. PH022-01 Physics
2. LI012-05 English Literature
3. LO462-04 L.O.T.E - Japanese
4. MA729-06 General Maths Specialist
5. MA112-02 Maths Methods
6. DSTED-03 [Distance Ed] Chemistry - Unit 4

Looking forward to Physics this term, we start motion and forces. Hopefully we get to do both Projectile and Circular Motion. Our teacher for it is awesome, to make things better I've got him for General-Specialist as well.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Slpee » Wed Jul 04, 2012 1:26 am UTC

Well, I start college as a freshman this fall, and I finally got my schedule set up:


HONR259L THINKING STRATEGICALLY (Cool-sounding seminar I am using to meet some general reqs. its about game theory and decision making)
HONR100 HONORS COLLOQUIUM
ENAE100 AEROSPACE ENGR PROFESS
ENES102H MECHANICS I (statics class)
CHEM135 GEN CHEM FOR ENGINEERS
MATH340 MultiVariable CALC, Linear algebra, Diff Eq
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Brickmack » Mon Aug 13, 2012 7:00 pm UTC

Second year of highschool (sophmore I think? I never seem to remember the words used for that...)

Algebra 2 honors
Chemistry honors
Web design
Gym/health (bleh)
Criminology (Ive heard at my school this class is mostly just watching crime shows....)
English 10 honors
Spanish 2

Good classes for once, except english and spanish. School starts in about a week for me.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby cjmcjmcjmcjm » Wed Aug 15, 2012 6:23 am UTC

Assuming everything works out from a slightly messed up registration, I'll have

  • Instrumental Analysis
  • Inorganic 2
  • Partial Diff. Eq.
  • Bioethics
  • Adult Health & Wellness

If I stop posting suddenly in early November, it means I did not survive the five weeks after midterms when everyone is worried they'll run out of meals. I had to spend the most on books since my freshman year, and when I have to make large purchases, I tend to tack on lots of smaller ones as well since the money is already flowing out.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby raike » Wed Oct 31, 2012 6:38 pm UTC

Spring 2013, Second Semester of Junior Year in a Math and Electrical Engineering Dual Major:

MATH 1250: Abstract Algebra--This is really a course in Galois Theory, and the professor has warned us that it will be 'hard and intense'
MATH 1540: Advanced Calculus 2--Multivariate Analysis done rigorously; from what I've seen it just looks messy

ECE 1473: Digital Communications--Supposedly this is a lot of work

ENGR 0020: Probability and Statistics for Engineers--Eh, this should be a bit of a breeze, even if it's 4 credits and has a two hour recitation

PHIL 0610: Philosophy of Science--I'm excited for this one, as even though it's an introductory-level course, I find this stuff really cool

RELGST 0505: Religion in Asia--This is really 'East Asia Only', which is a bit of a shame, but it shouldn't be hard

I'm pretty pleased about this schedule--there's nothing that I'm not interested in or that I can't stand, and all of these classes have really great professors (I've no idea about the statistics course yet, but it'll probably not be bad). Also, there're only 18x50 minutes of class a week in 19 credits.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Tounx » Mon Nov 19, 2012 4:53 pm UTC

1: Math (ugh)
2: Dance Practice (performing arts school)
3: Dance
4: History

changes next semester, though
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby cjmcjmcjmcjm » Mon Nov 19, 2012 7:34 pm UTC

If I'm lucky, I'll be part-time for my final semester of undergrad. Taking Philosophy of Science, Chem Senior Sem, and Quantum Mechanics
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby jawdisorder » Tue Nov 20, 2012 5:23 am UTC

Just got my schedule for the spring:
Computer Architecture
Design Automation of Digital Systems
Microprocessor Lab
Electrodynamics
Technical Communication
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby boXd » Tue Dec 04, 2012 11:32 pm UTC

First semester, period A and B.

A:
- Imperative Programming
- Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
- Introduction to Computer Science

B:
- Autonomous Systems
- Formal Logic I
- Calculus for AI/CS
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby fireeves » Fri Dec 14, 2012 10:14 am UTC

Oh, my schedule is the best. I just go to school twice a week and its only half day. :D
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby cjmcjmcjmcjm » Mon Dec 17, 2012 6:33 am UTC

My plan to go part-time for my final semester didn't work; rather ticked about that
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Darryl » Mon Dec 17, 2012 4:15 pm UTC

So for Spring now:

INS 301C Integrated Studies: Morality and Ethics: The Human Dillemma
MAT 309 Probability
MAT 405 Senior Seminar: Number Theory
CMP 335 Webpage Design
CMP 375 Advanced Computer Application Integration (As an independent study due to lack of interest from other students).
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby P13808 » Tue Dec 18, 2012 9:23 pm UTC

Senior in high school. Only going for a fourth year because it helps with scholarships and hey, free learning. As such, tons of electives abound.

1-Sewing-Actually "Fashion and Textile Design", but we sew and watch Project Runway. Has turned out to be a great activity, though.

2-Sociology-Sadly HS sociology is rather...lacking. Further, so many students count it as a blow-off class that it's hard for the teacher to put too much into it.

3-Intro to 2d Art-I never actually bothered with art until recently. Odd.

4-Music Theory IB-Tons of students dropped it early because the teacher teaches to the highest functioning students. Thankfully, I am the highest in that class.

5-Lunch

6-Precalculus-My second attempt. Failed the trig parts last year. Now I'm using it mostly as a free period since I actually gaf about maths now.

7-Jazz Ensemble-I play congas for an hour. Really hard to fuck this up.

8-Interpersonal Relationships-We sit in circles and talk about various things. Not very academic, per se, but very worthwhile.

I am pleased with no required classes.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby nehpest » Wed Dec 19, 2012 8:10 pm UTC

Super senior electrical engineering major. I'm coming out of 22 units for fall quarter -
ECE 309 - Control Systems Engineering (4)
ECE 310 - Introduction to Power and Electric Drives (4)
ECE 322 - Operational Amplifiers and Electronic Feedback (4) (surprisingly awesome!)
ECE 402 - Electromagnetic Fields and Waves in RF Electronics (4) (yay E&M)
ECE 405 - Communications Systems (4)
EGR 482 - Techniques and Applications of Project Design II (2)

and going into 12 units for the winter quarter -
ECE 310L - Power Engineering Lab (1)
ECE 320L - Active Circuits Lab (1)
ECE 436 - Optical Fiber Communications (4) (yay E&M)
ECE 448 - RF Design (4) (continuation of 402, yay more E&M!)
ECE 467 - Team Project III (1)
ECE 405L - Communications Systems Lab, waitlist #1

I'd really like to get a couple more electives or labs out of the way this winter, but my department has decided that all elective classes should meet during one of 3 overlapping time slots, and that only one section of any required lab shall be offered per quarter.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby existential_squirrrel » Sat Dec 22, 2012 6:18 am UTC

Spring Semester

Physical chemistry II lecture
Physical chemistry II lab
Environmental chemistry lecture
Environmental chemistry lab
Advanced Statistics
Forensic Psychology
Introduction to Biblical Hebrew
Beginning Latin
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Puppyclaws » Fri Dec 28, 2012 4:24 pm UTC

I'm glad to see a number of people taking philosophy of science above.

Spring schedule:

PSYCH 415: Psychological Trauma
PSYCH 497: Directed Study (basically, getting class credit for a research project I have been working on anyway)

This will be my final semester of undergraduate work. Ten years, four changes of major, three different states and five different schools, but finally I will be done.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Adventurejimbob » Mon Dec 31, 2012 3:46 am UTC

Second semester freshman with accounting/economics double major:

MATH202: Introduction to Statistics II
MATH230: Finite Mathematics with Applications
ENGL110: The Sixties (themed writing course from Honors program)
ACCT208: Accounting II
FINC311: Principles of Finance (Honors)

Should be easier than my first semester, looking forward to stats and finite math.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby stolid » Wed Jan 09, 2013 9:07 pm UTC

Sophomore Spring Semester as Computer Engineering Major w/ Spanish Minor

CSCE2214: Computer Organization
CSCE2014: Programming Foundations II (a class in C++ mostly)
MATH2574: Calculus 3
SPAN3103: Spanish Cultural Readings (not bad I hope...I'd much rather study the language than cultural stuff or literature)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Durin » Sat Jan 12, 2013 3:46 pm UTC

Junior in Physics at University of Texas

Phy 352K - Quantum Mechanics II: Atoms and Molecules.
Pretty much a typical second semester quantum mechanics class focusing on approximation techniques and things.
Phy 352L - Quantum Mechanics III: Particle Physics
Kind of self-explanatory
Phy 370C - Self Study
I'm going to be learning some introductory Quantum Field Theory from a professor along with a very small handful of friends/friends of friends.
UGS 302 - Gender and Sexuality Seminar
A first year seminar class required to graduate I chose one that focuses on gender studies and stuff
Math 341L - Linear Algebra
Linear Algebra for math majors. I've taken an applied class before but I wanted to get a good grounding in proofs before I take Abstract Algebra, Real Analysis, and Topology next year.

15 Hours.

I'm also doing research with a professor and serving as a teaching assistant for introductory mechanics.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby a sandwhich » Mon Jan 21, 2013 4:46 am UTC

1- English ------- Condescending teacher annoys the crap out of me with faulty logic.
2- AP Physics ------- Mostly review. Have friends though, so not too bad.
3- AP Calculus BC ------- Fun class, some new content, great teacher. Only reason for HS.

Rest of the time, 25-30hrs a week is spent at work, and a few hours here and there spent at frc robotics team. Hopefully uni next year if english teacher decides to not fail me.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby Slpee » Tue Feb 05, 2013 2:41 am UTC

Oh! I forgot about this thread! Let's see, spring semester started two weeks ago, but here's mine:

MATH341 - Diff eq basically, mixed in with a bit of Linear alg.
PHYS260 - Mostly basic thermo, but some waves as well and then electricity an basic circuits too
PHYS261 - The associated lab
HIST201 - American History Reconstruction to present
ENES100 - Hovercraft building design challenge

Low credit count this semester, just 14, hoping to get working as a volunteer in the Propulsion lab on campus, we'll see how that goes.
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby muther22 » Fri Feb 22, 2013 8:44 pm UTC

Winter term is getting close to ending. Been going very well so far. College freshman at a relatively small liberal arts college.

MTH 112 - Calculus 2 (Integral Calc with a wonderful professor, really cool class)
CSC 107 - Creative Computing (Essentially an introduction to computer science through image and sound processing. It is absurdly fun. Having not formally studied computer science before, and only attempting working on my own, this has been a great experience. The professor is also an incredibly awesome person, which helps.)
FPR 100 - First Year Preceptorial (Essentially, its a class teaching freshman how to write. Not particularly difficult.)
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Re: Your Schedule

Postby stolid » Tue Apr 16, 2013 4:23 am UTC

The spring semester is almost over, and this summer is the first time I'll be taking summer classes. In the fall I'll be a junior Computer Engineering major with Spanish minor.

Summer - a fairly light courseload, just two classes:
MATH2584 Differential Equations
SPAN3033 Spanish Conversation & Comp.

Fall 2013:
CSCE3193 Programming Paradigms - think we end up using a few new (curriculum-wise) programming languages
CSCE3953 System Synthesis & Modeling - more CPU study and HDL probably
PHIL3103 Ethics and the Professions
MATH2603 Discrete Math
COMM1313 Public Speaking - seems like a silly requirement when I'm getting a minor in a language, taking classes that require speaking a lot, but whatever
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