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I'll start...

Engineering Mechanics

Thermal Science

Nuclear System Dynamics/Control

Numerical Methods and Fortran

Nuclear Engineering Lab

I'm also considering adding Nuclear Criticality Safety

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I'll start...

Engineering Mechanics

Thermal Science

Nuclear System Dynamics/Control

Numerical Methods and Fortran

Nuclear Engineering Lab

I'm also considering adding Nuclear Criticality Safety

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Fall 2011:

Programming Fundamentals

Digital Circuits

Honours Calculus III

Classical Mechanics I

Applied Physics Laboratory I

Winter 2012:

Computer Organization

Circuits II

Electronic Devices and Materials

Modern Physics II

Classical Mechanics II

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My schedule isn't final at this point, but here is how it looks at the moment:

Reacting flows (I'm a little concerned about this one - my fluid mechanics is fairly up to speed, but my chem knowledge is a bit rusty...)

Rocket propulsion

Linear control systems

Graduate projects

Reacting flows (I'm a little concerned about this one - my fluid mechanics is fairly up to speed, but my chem knowledge is a bit rusty...)

Rocket propulsion

Linear control systems

Graduate projects

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Foundations of Advanced Mathematics

Modern Physics

Advanced Mathematics for Scientists and Engineers(PDE's n' stuff)

Sociology(hey, had to have 1 easy course)

Expecting a challenging semester.

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Introduction to Real Analysis I

Graph Theory

Combinatorics

Computer Science II

Graph Theory

Combinatorics

Computer Science II

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Partial Differential Equations I

Classical Mechanics I

Electromagnetic Theory I

Senior Lab

Stars Galaxies and Cosmology

Winter (better semester imo):

Quantum Mechanics I

Intro to Thermal Physics

Computer Simulations

Electromagnetic Theory II

Gravitational Cosmology and Astrophysics

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Galaxies and Cosmology

Digital Electronics

Teaching and Learning in a Diverse Society

Capstone Project (will last 2 semesters)

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Intro to aerospace engineering (a throwaway class for the wishywashy, but it's required, so.. sigh)

Differential equations (mostly ODE's, but some PDE's towards the end)

Vector calculus (mostly calc III stuff, which is funny, since I've already done calc III -- but it's going to be way more advanced this time)

Freshman sig course (probably one involving religion and politics -- I'm a militant atheist, so I should have a lot of fun arguing with the theists)

Statics

Intro to programming in MATLAB (I've never programmed anything in my life, and this is the course they recommend for people in my predicament -- I'm going to self-study over the next couple months and maybe be able to drop it)

OR

Intro to programming in MATLAB

Freshman sig course

Engineering design and graphics

Statics

Differential equations

Technical communication for aerospace engineering majors

I'm thinking it's gonna end up being the second one, if only because the other schedule had a really wacky set of conflicts.

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Have you contacted your engineering Adviser yet? I did that and was able to register before them.

Intro to aerospace engineering (a throwaway class for the wishywashy, but it's required, so.. sigh)

Differential equations (mostly ODE's, but some PDE's towards the end)

Vector calculus (mostly calc III stuff, which is funny, since I've already done calc III -- but it's going to be way more advanced this time)

Freshman sig course (probably one involving religion and politics -- I'm a militant atheist, so I should have a lot of fun arguing with the theists)

Statics

Intro to programming in MATLAB (I've never programmed anything in my life, and this is the course they recommend for people in my predicament -- I'm going to self-study over the next couple months and maybe be able to drop it)

OR

Intro to programming in MATLAB

Freshman sig course

Engineering design and graphics

Statics

Differential equations

Technical communication for aerospace engineering majors

I'm thinking it's gonna end up being the second one, if only because the other schedule had a really wacky set of conflicts.

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Fall 2011

Physics w/calculus II

General Chemistry and qualitative analysis II

Calculus III w analytic geometry (taking DE this summer)

Intro to speech comm.

Looks nice and boring -_- I was also thinking of squeezing C++ in there somewhere, but I'll see how I'm feeling after summer.

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One thing I'll tell you is, I had my hands full with physics II, gen chem II, and calc III. Maybe it was just my lackadaisical attitude (which I'm working on), but the course load was a little rough at times. I'm not saying you won't be able to squeeze your C++ course in, but it'll probably be difficult with your speech course too.

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Honors Advanced Calculus I

Introduction to Group Theory

Electricity and Magnetism

Experimental and Statistical Methods of Physics

Statistics I

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Thanks Angry Citizen!

One thing I'll tell you is, I had my hands full with physics II, gen chem II, and calc III. Maybe it was just my lackadaisical attitude (which I'm working on), but the course load was a little rough at times. I'm not saying you won't be able to squeeze your C++ course in, but it'll probably be difficult with your speech course too.

Yeah, you're probably right. I was feeling burned out at the end of Spring because I pulled like three all nighters, and it spilled into the summer. This summer I have physics I, chem I and DE. Sometimes the coarse load is a bit much. Plus my physics class is a nightmare and I'm trying to be optimistic -_-

Thanks for the info about calc III too!

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Fall 20011:

Cosmology

Electronics I (+ Lab)

Mathematical Methods for Physicists I (Graduate Course)

Undergraduate Research

I was planning to take an elementary particles course as well but it got canceled last minute. Should be a relaxed semester. I'm specially excited about Cosmology and the graduate course. Electronics should be a useful practical course. However, I'm stressing over the PGRE already!

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Introduction to Partial Differential Equations and Applications I

The Theory of Differential Equations I - Essentially Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos Theory

Analysis I

Linear Algebra I

The Theory of Differential Equations I - Essentially Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos Theory

Analysis I

Linear Algebra I

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Quantum Mechanics

Real Analysis I

Astrophysics Seminar

Intermediate Lab - Electrons

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Well I just withdrew from my physics I course -_-Fall 2011

Physics w/calculus II

General Chemistry and qualitative analysis II

Calculus III w analytic geometry (taking DE this summer)

Intro to speech comm.

So fall will be all the same except Physics I with calc

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Intro to Chemistry

Freshman Seminar

Chinese 1.

Don't judge me. I'm just starting my undergrad in the fall as an Evolutionary Bio/Chinese double Major.

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That is freaking cool!

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Why would we judge you? That's a perfectly reasonable semester.

Intro to Chemistry

Freshman Seminar

Chinese 1.

Don't judge me. I'm just starting my undergrad in the fall as an Evolutionary Bio/Chinese double Major.

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Maybe it's the fact that he's starting out pretty low in math, and not taking any biology classes (no intro bio class, chez?)Why would we judge you? That's a perfectly reasonable semester.

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Intermediate Electromagnetism

Oscillations and Waves

Multivariable calculus I

Linear Algebra I

Ordinary Differential Equations

Modern Physics

Properties of Materials

Physics Lab

Multivariable calculus II

Linear Algebra II

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Precalc isn't a low place to start in math for a bio major. Heck, even a math major could pull it off, depending on circumstances.Maybe it's the fact that he's starting out pretty low in math, and not taking any biology classes (no intro bio class, chez?)

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