This is somewhat of a tradition at this point on PF, so I figured I'd start. What's everyone's summer and fall schedules look like? My summer: Vector Calculus - using Marsden's book American Literature - five weeks of fun and adventure Mechanics of Solids - five weeks of pain and misery in which, my adviser said, I would "live, eat, sleep, and breath materials" My fall: Spacecraft dynamics - I'm insanely excited about this course! Low-speed Aerodynamics with lab - my first engineering lab, scary Advanced Mechanics of Materials - one of my technical electives. I got interested in mechanics of materials this semester, and I think it could be a useful and marketable skill to have, especially for the space industry. Linear Systems Analysis - this one's something of a mystery to me. I actually made a post on PF about this, and apparently it's something like a math class with electrical engineering tidbits thrown in. Summer I'm not looking forward to, but fall sounds awesome. It'll be a semi-light schedule since it's only four classes and a lab, but it'll also be more advanced material.