Apologies if this is a little early. I don't know what other universities are doing, but mine just opened up Fall 2010 registration to the masses (Honors college could do it earlier). Anyway, here's mine: Modern Physics Intermediate Lab Physics Mechanics (the upper-division version) General Chemistry 1 Directed Readings (working one-on-one with a professor that wants me to help him with research, they recommend "getting our feet wet" with the directed readings before jumping into research) How about you guys?
I am taking the following, it is going to be rough... Physics 2 with lab Gen Chem 2 with lab Engineering Calc 2 Archeo Astronomy Will begin research with my calc professor on wavelet transforms during the fall as well at around 10 hours per week. It is going to be tough, but I am excited! Joe
I won't know for sure until classes begin, but it'll be something like Advanced Abstract Algebra (tensor algebra, representation theory of finite groups, and Galois theory) Algebraic Number Theory Topology (algebraic) Russian One of these: representation theory, knot theory, Riemann surfaces
Honors Analysis I Honors Abstract Algebra I Topology Graduate-level Complex Analysis. 2-credit Piano Class, for fun. ... My adviser is concerned. xD.
We don't have the fall schedule up yet because we are on the quarter system and not even halfway done with the spring quarter yet, but assuming none of the courses I want to take conflict: Geometry Real Analysis Graduate Abstract Algebra Graduate Topology
Classical Mechanics 1 Calc 3 Linear Algebra Introductory Computer Programming Computer science ethics
Calculus II Calc-Based Physics I w/ Lab Philosophy Writing for Engineers for Summer I'm doing Calculus I Computer Science I (intro to C)
Differential Equations II Mechanics (Junior level) Electromagnetism (Junior level) Ancient Med Science Tutoring Work
Waves and Optics (with lab) Electromagnetic Theory 1 Applied Real Analysis War and the Military and possibly Intro German
I'll be taking surprisingly few physics related courses this upcoming semester as I've completed almost all of my core requirements. Computational Physics Modern Optics Lab Medical Instrumentation & Imaging Modern Philosophy Science, Faith & American Imagination Macroeconomics Senior Design Project I'll likely also continue working in the nano-photonics lab here. As long as this current semester ends, I'll be happy. :yuck:
A putnam prep course Real Analysis I Graduate Algebra I Graduate Complex Variables I Graduate Multilinear Algebra/Tensor Geometry (seminar course with my research advisor in the same subject) Oceanography with lab Aerobic Walking - seriously. I have to have a PE credit to graduate....am I in college or 4th grade?
1. Quantum Mechanics (Undergrad level) 2. Probability and Stats 3. Independent Study in Math 4. Math Electives ? 5. Crap (Sth from dimension studies) 6. Crap(similar nonsense)
Advanced Calculus Thermodynamics Waves and Optics Mathematical Physics The mathematical physics course is a 6000 level course that I got special permission to take, so I'm very excited about it.
That's great to hear--I'm excited for you!! If all goes well during the summer sessions (precalc I and II), it will be: Calculus I Physics I C++
My school requires us to take two P.E. style classes--and they are worth zero credit hours. But they're not that bad, and it is nice to have a formal obligation to exercise, actually.
Intro Discrete Math Linear Algebra I Multivariate Calculus Calcphysics I + lab Calcphysics II + lab Not sure if taking Calcphysics I and II is a good idea, but I'll manage.
Hope you enjoy the courses! Especially the C++. I'm doing two research projects this summer where I'm expected to program.....I really wish I had taken C++.....or any programming course. lol