Summer getting too hard for you? Post your Fall Schedule to cool down!

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It's a course that my University set up since we are about an hour away from Canada. It's suppose to be about the history, business, and culture aspects of Canada.. In the course every three weeks the class will go to a main city of Canada and explore the highlights of the city and have meetings with companies located there. I guess it will be good for me since I haven't been able to travel outside New Yok yet in my life but I'm trying.

Strange. Is it required? Anyway, it sounds like a good time. Wish I had intro to Canada... I think my school offers "Intro to Corn Fields."
 
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Fall 2011:

Introduction to Astrophysics
General Chemistry II
Physics III
Calculus III
Differential Equations
Introduction to Linear Algebra
 
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Fall 2011:
-Advanced Calculus I (Intro to Real Analysis I)
-Abstract Algebra I
-Advanced Linear Algebra (Grad class)
-Differential Equations
-Techniques of Problem Solving
-Introduction to Communications

Spring 2012 (Early, but I figured I'd post it anyway):
-Advanced Calculus II
-Abstract Algebra II
-Introduction to Complex Analysis
-Number Theory
-Technical Writing
 
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Fall 2011:
-Advanced Calculus I (Intro to Real Analysis I)
-Abstract Algebra I
-Advanced Linear Algebra (Grad class)
-Differential Equations
-Techniques of Problem Solving
-Introduction to Communications

Spring 2012 (Early, but I figured I'd post it anyway):
-Advanced Calculus II
-Abstract Algebra II
-Introduction to Complex Analysis
-Number Theory
-Technical Writing
You're either lying or insane! There's no way I would even make it out of the first semester with a sufficient GPA to continue.
 
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You're either lying or insane! There's no way I would even make it out of the first semester with a sufficient GPA to continue.

I'm a little bit of the latter, I'm sure, but neither semester is quite as bad as it looks. In the Fall, only the first three classes are really going to be difficult. Differential Equations is a low-level, nonrigorous course that I'm actually retaking in order to replace a mediocre grade from last year. Since my job is running supplemental instruction sessions for Calculus II, that sort of math comes very easily to me now, so I don't expect it'll take much effort. Problem Solving is a one-credit course and Communications is the consummate gen-ed. It should be okay.

Spring might actually be a bit trickier, but Complex Analysis is supposed to be fairly easy and I'm great in writing-based classes, so I'm sure I'll manage.
 
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Intermediate Mechanics
Introductory Thermodynamics
Experimental Methods in Physics
Calc III
Ordinary Differential Equations
 
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National history (every single person studying in this country has to take this one)
Real analysis 1
Algebra 1 (graduate)
Applied math
Creative writing (maybe for fun)
 
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Complex Analysis (grad)
Galois Theory (grad)
 
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Senior year!

8.321 Quantum Theory 1 (Grad)
8.333 Statistical Physics 1 (grad)
18.384 Seminar in Physical Mathematics (undergrad)
6.336J Introduction to Numerical Methods (grad)
21M.030 Intro to World Music (undergrad)
 
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Sophomoric Year: Strange registration policies here mean I don't need to pick an exact schedule till the second week of school.

Classes I am definitely taking:
Intermediate Turkish I
Intro. to Algebra
Intro. to Analysis

Classes I am thinking about:
Classical Mechanics (Physics) or Introduction to Mathematical Mechanics (Math: Symplectic Geometry and all that)
Statistical Mechanics or some other random physics class
Some History or Social Science Course
 
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Fall Schedule:
Japanese 1001-introductory Japanese *shrug* should be fun
English 1102-second semester English class...bleh
Comp Sci 2301-Java based programming
Astronomy 3321-Solar System
Math 4361-Abstract Algebra (Groups, Rings, Fields etc)
Math 4381-Real Analysis
Phys 4490-Directed Studies in Quantum Field Theory (Rhyder book and Schroeder book is what he told me)

Should be fun ^^ The only classes that are going to be any work are the last three and I already know a decent bit of Abstract Algebra so the course should hopefully just teach me how to be rigorous. I may drop Real Analysis if I'm feeling weak =|

Summer is going well with:
Diff Eqs :)
Calc III zzzz
Linear Algebra zzzzzzzzzzzzzz
English 1 =/
Health XD

This is the problem with going to a small school x.x'...hoping to transfer soon though~
 
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Advanced Nuclear Physics
Nuclear Energy
Solid State Physics I (the first graduate course on solid state)
Astrophysics
Lasers and laserspectroscopy
Quantum Field Theory (not 100% sure I will take this or a course to prepare for a postgraduate on nuclear engineering)

I study nuclear physics btw. :)
Daaaaaaaaaaang X.x I'm jealous
What kind of school do you go to? XD

Good luck with that schedule ^^;
 
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Daaaaaaaaaaang X.x I'm jealous
What kind of school do you go to? XD

Good luck with that schedule ^^;

I go to the University of Leuven in Belgium.
 
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I go to the University of Leuven in Belgium.

I got a friend there :) Sounds like an awesome school.

Addendum to my schedule: Looks like I'm not going to be able to do the one I posted. Instead:

Intro to aerospace engineering
Intro to programming in MATLAB
Statics
Diff EQ's
Technical writing for aerospace engineers
 
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I got a friend there :) Sounds like an awesome school.

Addendum to my schedule: Looks like I'm not going to be able to do the one I posted. Instead:

Intro to aerospace engineering
Intro to programming in MATLAB
Statics
Diff EQ's
Technical writing for aerospace engineers

This is cool Angry Citizen. Since I'm going to be in school an extra semester, I was thinking of ditching intro speech this fall and picking up C++ instead. so it will look like

Physics with calculus I
Calculus III
Chem and qualitative analysis II
C++

I'm having a difficult time choosing between C and C++, and I wonder if I should take stats or just teach myself.
 
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I got a friend there :) Sounds like an awesome school.

Addendum to my schedule: Looks like I'm not going to be able to do the one I posted. Instead:

Intro to aerospace engineering
Intro to programming in MATLAB
Statics
Diff EQ's
Technical writing for aerospace engineers

Are you enrolled at TU Delft?

I can't speak for other departments, but the department of nuclear and radiation physics is awesome in Leuven. Is he a physics student? I might know him then.
 
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Daaaaaaaaaaang X.x I'm jealous
What kind of school do you go to? XD

Good luck with that schedule ^^;

Don't get jealous just yet...save it for this.....
He (or she, sorry eXorikos impolite to assume) has worked at CERN! *faints*
 
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Are you enrolled at TU Delft?

I can't speak for other departments, but the department of nuclear and radiation physics is awesome in Leuven. Is he a physics student? I might know him then.

She's actually a political science grad student. Not a math nerd like us :D

And no, I actually attend The University of Texas in Austin. Gonna be my first year there :)
 
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Thermodynamics
Circuits 1
Dynamics
Mechanics of Materials
Introduction to Nuclear Engineering
Careers in Mechanical Engineering
 
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Electromagnetic Fields I (intermediate EM)
Classical Mechanics I (intermediate CM)
Applied Linear Algebra
World Religions
Chinese-Mandarin 3

Total: 17 hours
 
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I start my physics major in this fall.

My summer schedule is light but still a bit challenging. I never studied calculus before.

Engl 112 - To help credits for another course to transfer.
MA201 - business calculus - It was the only calculus course at my campus over the summer.
Calculus I and II - independent study. I finished Differential before i started the MA 201 so the class is super easy.
I will test out of these two with CLEP in August.

Fall
-Mechanics with Cal - This could be a lab credit instead. I plan to attempt a test out.
-Calculus III
-American History II
- Ger 101
- C programming

Next Spring
- E&M honors
-Vector Cal
-Intro to Nuclear Engineering
-Chemistry I
-Research in Physics
 
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Possibly suicidal?

Scientific Computing
Intermediate Physics Lab
E&M I
Quantum Mechanics
Undergrad Research
English
 
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Possibly suicidal?

Scientific Computing
Intermediate Physics Lab
E&M I
Quantum Mechanics
Undergrad Research
English


yes, maybe lol.
Which btw, what is your schools intermediate Physics lab about? Optics?
Is E&M I - intermediate E&M?
 
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Fall 2011-Spring 2012~Senior Year (some lower level courses i skipped mixed in)

Electromagnetism I & II
Quantum Mechanics I & II
Thermodynamics
Computer Science and programming
Biochemistry
Mathematical Methods in Physical Sciences :eek:
 
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Fall 2011:

Biochemistry I
Molecular Biology (with Lab)
Analytical Chemistry (with Lab)
Organic Chemistry II (with Lab)
Independent Research
Biology Honors Thesis Writing
(Making sure I work at my job less than 20 hours per week)
(Stressing out over grad school applications due to a poor first attempt at college 6 years ago and a recent bad grade.)
 

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