So, what courses are you going to take spring 2014? Post it here!
Research - Modified GR and the validity of the Jordan frame
Intro to Game programming
Advanced Programming (java)
2nd semester of College Bio
California Community College student Math transfer student
English 1st semester 4
Music appreciation classical music 3
possibly add on psychology for 3
Engineering Physics, 3rd year
Solid State Physics
Strength of Materials and Solid Mechanics
3rd year Degree Project in Engineering Physics, specialization in Theoretical Physics
I will also be a teaching assistant for 1st year students in Multivariable Calculus of which I'm looking forward to immensely.
Pretty standard schedule.
• Calculus 2
• Computer programming
Overall 14 credit hours.
either Mathematical Astronomy or Dynamical System.
General Chemistry 2
Nuclear reactor theory
Chemistry 2 ( yes I know I should've taken it earlier )
Last semester in physics undergrad!
Classical Mechanics II
Senior Physics Laboratory
Nuclear and Particle Physics (may or may not be dropped)
Biology Lab (need it to graduate)
Senior Thesis Research
Math and physics courses mayhaps
Winter is just starting on the quarter system :P.
Anyway, I'll be taking:
-Introduction to Molecular Spectroscopy
-Electricity and Magnetism
-Physical Chemistry Lab
Although I'm currently enrolled in Abstract Algebra (Rings and Fields), I will probably be dropping it since (with three classes this and next quarter) I'll have enough units to graduate and, unless I do a five class quarter, I won't be able to fit in a math minor. I may audit Real Analysis, though, since the existence/uniqueness part of my ODE course left me feeling very mathematically illiterate.
Quantum Mechanics 2
Intro senior project
Readings in Particle Dynamics
My second semester of Freshman year:
Energy / Sustainability in Physics
History of Jazz
Analysis of Algorithms
Decision Theory I
Engineering Differential Equations
Unix Tools & Scripting
Nuclear and particle Physics (intro course)
Adv Classical Mechanics (Lifshitz/Landau)
Complex Analysis (Fisher)
Practical Physics II
Earth and space physics
A seminar course called "science and society"
Chem II, gojng back to essentially get a chemistry minor after all these years of doing materials work....
Linear algebra & Differential Equations
Introduction to Python
First Year Undergraduate, Second semester
Physics (E&M, Special Relativity)
Linear Algebra II
How do we come to know seminar course
It's my second semester CC so I'm knocking out a bunch of easy classes so I can get into the fun stuff next year.
Windows single user
Linus/UNIX single user
Intro to criminal justice
Basic PC literacy
I swear if you're going for information security and cyber crime technology you shouldn't be required to take classes like basic pc literacy haha.
Its my second semester of CC as well so well same deal as Forensics/
DMAT 0099 (last term of developmental mathematics...)
I know being in a DMAT course is probably laughable to many of you (but I took 3 years off after high school so I forgot everything) but I have been studying it during the winter break and have progressed through more than half of the syllabus already so spring semester will be like a review, enabling me to get ahead and study College Algebra in advance! I just cant wait to take more advanced classes so that I can take even more advanced classes!! Bah ha ha!
Why would it be laughable? We all had to start somewhere! Make sure you really learn this stuff well though -- algebra is the foundation for all the advanced courses and you don't want to miss out on some of the really cool stuff if you have to stop to brush up on your trig!
I guess I'm just embarrassed to be so behind but I made an A in the previous math course so Im striving to accomplish the same this semester. And Ill be sure to achieve a deep understanding of Algebra before I move onto other math and science courses thanks.
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