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- Object-Oriented Programming (Java)

- Computer Programming for Engineers (C/C++)

- Calc II

- Physics I (CM)

- Physics I lab

- IT for Electrical Engineers

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- Object-Oriented Programming (Java)

- Computer Programming for Engineers (C/C++)

- Calc II

- Physics I (CM)

- Physics I lab

- IT for Electrical Engineers

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C++ Structural Programming

Calc 2

Physics I for Scientists and Engineers

EE Problem Solving

EE Lab Inst. and Methods

Not really looking forward to 16 credit hours with 40 hours of job work.

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Algebra 2

programming basics

Elementary Physics 2 (regular Physics course for Physics students)

computer lab 2

physics laboratory 1

English course (i'm from Poland)

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Isn't Algebra 2 taken way before Calc 2?Calculus 2

Algebra 2

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Probably either for review or, mot likely, Linear Algebra.Isn't Algebra 2 taken way before Calc 2?

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Discrete Structures

Computer Organization

Real Analysis II

Abstract Algebra II

Partial Differential Equations

Undergraduate Research related to isometries of certain product spaces

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solid state physics

abstract algebra 1

general psych

audit complex analysis

research

taking a light semester cuz I'm gonna be taking the physics gre

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how much CH is that?

Discrete Structures

Computer Organization

Real Analysis II

Abstract Algebra II

Partial Differential Equations

Undergraduate Research related to isometries of certain product spaces

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Electromagnetism I (out of 2)

Classical Mechanics.

That will be my first semester of my 3rd year undergrad, out of 5 years. It will start on March of 2010. I just can't wait till then!

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Does CH mean credit hours? If so, then 22.how much CH is that?

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For Winter Quarter:

Topology

Modern Algebra

Linear Algebra ( A rigorous course )

Classical Mythology.

Quarter system people generally only take four classes at a time instead of 5.

Topology

Modern Algebra

Linear Algebra ( A rigorous course )

Classical Mythology.

Quarter system people generally only take four classes at a time instead of 5.

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Analytical Mechanics and Classical Field Theory

Quantum Field Theory

Functional Analysis

Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics

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...wait...Spring 2010? What happened to Winter?

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fluidistic

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"Your" Winter, "my" summer :). I'll be taking 3 final exams : physics II and III (introductory thermo/fluid mechanics, intro electromagnetism) and Complex Analysis....wait...Spring 2010? What happened to Winter?

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Database Design

Computer Architecture (grad)

Study of Parallel Computation (grad) - I'm guessing this is like architecture, with a focus on multiple core chips.

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Aaaah right, the Earth's axis is tilted WRT the plane of the ecliptic...I keep forgetting, haha ."Your" Winter, "my" summer :). I'll be taking 3 final exams : physics II and III (introductory thermo/fluid mechanics, intro electromagnetism) and Complex Analysis.

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precalculus

and thats it. i already took all of my electives, and since all sciience and amths are prequisite dependent, i cant take anything else. this summer though ill be taking organic chem 1 and 2 with calculus 1.

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Physics Materials and Devices

Modern Physics

Optics

Differential Equations

Complex Variables

Chem I

Chem Lab

Physics Lab

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What's considered a really full schedule?

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Couldn't tell you. I've been in college for 10 years and I'm just now a junior, haha.What's considered a really full schedule?

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Calculus II

Physics for Scientists and Engineers II

Intro to Philosophy

Historical Perspectives (ugh.)

EDIT: Also doing Astrophysics research!

Physics for Scientists and Engineers II

Intro to Philosophy

Historical Perspectives (ugh.)

EDIT: Also doing Astrophysics research!

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Linear Algebra

English Comp 2

German 2

Credit Hours: 15

After this semester I get to transfer!

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intro. analysis in R^n

undergrad research-most likely in geometric group theory

cosmology and intro astrophysics

environmental design (blow off course, need it for an elective)

light, but enjoyable semester. i plan to devote most of my time to research.

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you won't make it. i was taking 21 credits this semester where i was really only doing work for 4 / 7 classes and i couldn't pull it out - i had to drop one.

Discrete Structures

Computer Organization

Real Analysis II

Abstract Algebra II

Partial Differential Equations

Undergraduate Research related to isometries of certain product spaces

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C++

C++ Lab and Recitation

University Physics 1

University Physics 1 Lab

Chemistry 116 (General Chemistry 2)

Chemistry 116 Lab

Should be great since I have C++ pretty much down.

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