Post your Winter and Spring 2011 schedules here!

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Alright, does everybody have that fall semester out of their system yet? It's time to stop making posts about whether that B+ will kill your chances at grad school, or if you should switch majors because of one C. Lets move forward.

There's still over a month to go before the spring semester, but I imagine most of us are registered. Also, who's taking winter classes?

I'll get us started

Winter: None

Spring 2011:

Electricity and Magnetism (300-level)
Modern Physics II
Intermediate Lab Physics II
Linear Algebra (200-level)
Directed Readings (1 credit with my research advisor. Preparing me for my senior research project starting next fall)
 

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Alright, does everybody have that fall semester out of their system yet? It's time to stop making posts about whether that B+ will kill your chances at grad school, or if you should switch majors because of one C. Lets move forward.

There's still over a month to go before the spring semester, but I imagine most of us are registered. Also, who's taking winter classes?

I'll get us started

Winter: None

Spring 2011:

Electricity and Magnetism (300-level)
Modern Physics II
Intermediate Lab Physics II
Linear Algebra (200-level)
Directed Readings (1 credit with my research advisor. Preparing me for my senior research project starting next fall)

My grades for the fall semester will be out in 4 days so its gonna be 4 more painful days of waiting!

I will be taking in spring:
Linear Algebra II
Discrete Mathematics
Real Analysis I
Regression Analysis

Along with an engineering project module and a dumb compulsory engineering elective. This is 15% above the normal workload (but at least I won't be TA-ing like I did last semester). I foresee little sleep and social life again! I guess everyone here is excited about the new semester :D
 
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Thermal Physics
Probability
Work 20 hours/week
 
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Signal Processing
Honours Classical Mechanics II
Honours Complex Variables
Honours Applied Linear Algebra
Honours Differential Geometry
 
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Thermal Physics
Probability
Work 20 hours/week

The schedule I posted includes 30 hours of work a week. Where's the rest of your classes? :tongue:
 
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Electrodynamics, Real Analysis 2, Algebraic Topology 1 (grad level), Operator Theory (grad level), English 2, and General Chemistry (hooray for seniors taking freshmen classes!). Electrodynamics is the last physics requirement I have to take, too. Huzzah!
 
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Spring 2011:

Introductory Physics II
Calculus III
Ordinary Differential Equations (for Physics Majors)
Fundamentals of Scientific Computing
Accelerated English Writing

And I'll probably be working about 10 hours a week too. So should be a pretty busy semester. Only my second semester though. I pretty much breezed through this one (Calc II, Linear Algebra, Introductory Physics I and Philosophy) and am looking to push myself harder next semester.
 
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On a quarter system here:

Math Methods for Physicists (first quarter out of 3)
First upper div Lab
Modern Physics 2
 
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Spring '11

Calculus III
Ordinary Differential Equations
Calculus-Based Physics II w/ lab
Statics
Introduction to Engineering

Total is 17 credits

Just quit my job too so I can start to focus on this stuff. We'll see how being poor pans out this semester since I've been working and going to school since like junior year of highschool.
 
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Chemistry II with lab
Physics II -Electricity and Magnetism with lab
Honors Calculus II
PE-triathlon
History seminar

It's 16 hours, and I'm expecting the work load to be about the same as it was this past semester...I'm still waiting for two grades though!
 
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The schedule I posted includes 30 hours of work a week. Where's the rest of your classes? :tongue:

I don't see how you can fit all that during the week. I could theoretically take another class, but it starts a bit too early in the morning for me and ends when one of my classes starts. I'll never do that again. lol.
 
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Physics II. And I'm debating adding either Calculus III or Linear Algebra. Might as well completely fill up the weekends. lol
 
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Honors: Introduction to Analysis II
Honors: Fundamentals of Algebra II
Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems (graduate-level)
Some Gen-ed.
 
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None. I'm graduating! woooooooooooo!
 
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I myself will finish my undergraudate degree as well, and will be continuing on to an Msc in math in the next semester.

I am pretty much sure I'll take two graduate number theory courses, my other choices of courses aren't final. But the other courses I am thinking of taking are Algebraic Geometry and Commutative Algebra (a graduate course), and another course in Arithmetic Groups (also a graduate course), and maybe even a seminar in Ergodic Theory.
All of these are what I am planning to take for credit for the Msc, other than that I may participate in other advanced courses for math and physics majors which I didn't have time to take in my UG degree, but not for credit.
 
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Ah... the start of a new semester... where there is so much hope and excitement! At least until those first test scores come back ;)

Good luck all!
 
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Physics E&M (1st year)
Chem Solutions (1st year)
Calc II
Linear Algebra
English

This is going to suck...seeing I have to do all of this in three months lol
 
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Physics E&M (1st year)
Chem Solutions (1st year)
Calc II
Linear Algebra
English

This is going to suck...seeing I have to do all of this in three months lol

You'll do fine, it doesn't look that bad.
 
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Winter:
Classical Mechanics II
Contemporary Physics
Electronics Lab I
Math Methods (Graduate)
Modern Philosophy

Spring:
Statistical Mechanics
Electronics Lab II
Fourier Analysis and PDEs
Modern Algebra I
Math Methods II (if it's offered)
 
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Astronomy of Stars and Galaxies
Introduction to Geophysics
Honors Calculus II
Honors Linear Algebra II
Fluids and Waves
 
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Is this only for University schedules?
 
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Winter:

Honours Statistical Mechanics
Honours Linear Algebra
Measurements Lab
Classical Mechanics

Meh.
 
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Spring 2011:

E&M
Dynamics
Modern Physics
Physics Seminar - Math
Independent Study - Research
English 102
Speech

Bleh.
 
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Winter

Graduate Algebra
Graduate Topology
Real Analysis
A special studies course in Algebraic Topology

Dont know about spring yet
 
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Winter:
Advanced Analysis (Vector Analysis, Fourier Analysis, Differential Geometry)
Graduate History Seminar (On Postcolonialism and the United States' Counterinsurgency doctrine)
Kierkegaard and European Decadence
And on the side, an informal Category Theory seminar/reading group

Spring:
Modal Logic
Mathematical Special Relativity
Complex Analysis
Deleuze
Category Theory reading group
 

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