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  1. Dec 11, 2011 #1
    The semester is nearing its end. Show us your spring schedules!

    Scanning Probe Microscopy
    Nuclear Solid State Physics
    Exotic Nuclei B
    Theory of Nucleosynthesis
    Theoretical Nuclear physics
    Social and Historical Aspects of Physics
    Master Thesis: Preparation
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  3. Dec 11, 2011 #2
    Geeze what a show off! Impressive schedule. As planned for me:

    PY 413- Thermal Physics
    PY 314- Spacetime Physics
    MA 425- Real Analysis 1
    NE 202- Radiation Sources/Interaction/Detection
    SOC ?- Some 200 level sociology course

    Expecting a pretty varied course load. Especially interested in the nuke class.
  4. Dec 11, 2011 #3
    Sadly no math classes this semester, first time since forever I guess. Still will be learning plenty of math just in a different setting. Anyway

    Electromagnetic Fields
    Electronics II w/ lab
    Signals and Systems
    Intro to Digital Systems w/ lab

    total of 17 credits
  5. Dec 11, 2011 #4
    Calculus III
    Intro to Differential Equations
    Physics II w/Lab
    Team Leadership & Project Management (IE Course)

    Lighter load, but my commute is 3hrs round trip per day....such fun.
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    Physics I + lab (Honors)
    Computer Science I + lab
    Intro to Proofs
    Graph Theory and Combinatorics
    Intro to Number Theory
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    Technical Communication 2
    Instrumentation for Mechanical Systems
    Applied Differential Equations and Vector Calculus
    Ethics for Technologists
    Theory of Mechanisms*
    Fluid Power 2*
    Engineering Economics*
    Thermal Engineering 2
    Machine Design 2
    Mechanical Control Systems*
    Engineering Design Project

    *denotes half term course.

    Working towards B.Eng via a 2 year Mechanical Technologists program
  8. Dec 11, 2011 #7
    Vector Calculus
    Digital Electronics
    Passive Electronic Circuits
    Laboratory I
    Probability, Statistics, and Numeric Methods
    System Modeling and Networks
  9. Dec 11, 2011 #8
    Hmm oh well,

    Numerical Methods II
    Linear Algebra cont'd
    Multivariable Calculus
    Mechanics I
    Mathematical Modelling/Being an Engineer

    Yup, still a freshman.
  10. Dec 11, 2011 #9
    Physical Chemistry I
    Organic Chemistry
    Process Operations I
    Calc III
  11. Dec 11, 2011 #10
    Calculus III
    Intro to Differential Equations
    Intro to Linear Algebra
    World Civ 2
    Advanced Writing 1
  12. Dec 11, 2011 #11
    Graduate Real Analysis
    Graduate Complex Analysis
    Graduate PDE
    Quantum Mechanics
    Computational Physics
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    Physics major, upper undergrad level courses:
    Quantum mechanics I (first semester of the 1 year course)
    Thermodynamics I (first semester of 1 year course)
    Modern Physics II (molecules and atomic physics)
    I might be studying on my own several other courses but that's my schedule.
  14. Dec 11, 2011 #13
    Design and analysis of algorithms
    Computer networks
    Database Systems
    Parallel Programming Techniques
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    Final year courses:

    Differential Equations 3
    Financial Calculus
    Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
    Applied Mathematical Modelling 3

    Partial Differential Equations
    Statistical Inference
    Linear and Generalized Linear Models
    Complex Variables and Group Theory
  16. Dec 11, 2011 #15
    Nuclear and Particle Physics
    Fourier Analysis
    General Chemistry 2 (I'm a slacker, and didn't do this right away)
    Junior Seminar (1 credit seminar course, I'm a senior, but I couldn't take it last year)
    Capstone research project
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    I don't blame you. :yuck:

    No offense to the chemistry majors here; it's just not my thing. =]
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  18. Dec 12, 2011 #17
    Real Analysis 2
    Differential Geometry
    Algebraic Topology (grad)
    Intermediate Mechanics
    Algorithms or Fourier Analysis... basically some engineering course for fun. not sure which yet

    I kinda want to take quantum mechanics 2 but my school's retarded and put it at the same timeslot as real analysis 2...
  19. Dec 12, 2011 #18
    Electronics for Science Students
    Computational Physics
    Modern Physics
    Physical Optics
    Astrophysics: Galaxies and Cosmology
  20. Dec 12, 2011 #19
    Group Theory
    General Topology
    Measure Theory

  21. Dec 12, 2011 #20
    Engineering Economy
    Advanced Engineering Math 1
    Discrete Structures of Computer Science
    Physics 2 (Maybe)

    Combined total of 20 Credits
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