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Transferred to UBC engineering

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Hi

I transferred to UBC engineering, and I need to completed two first year courses (chem 154 and apsc 150) while completing my degree.
I am planning to take chem 154 in my second year while finishing apsc 201 over the summer.
And also take apsc 150 in third year since I already have a transfer credit for a elective.


Will that work out?


thank you for the input!
 

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You really should at least link information for these course. Unless someone on here is from UBC engineering, you are unlikely to get any helpful results. Along with this, it is probably best to ask your academic counsellor these questions (that is what they are there for!!) as they would know this sort of stuff inside and out.

All I can say is, APSC150 sounds to me like an engineering design course (?). If that is the case, I feel like you would need to complete it before APSC201, which seems to be a logical follow up.

Assuming these courses aren't necessary prereqs for anything, you should be able to take them whenever as long as you can manage the additional courseload.
 
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You really should at least link information for these course. Unless someone on here is from UBC engineering, you are unlikely to get any helpful results. Along with this, it is probably best to ask your academic counsellor these questions (that is what they are there for!!) as they would know this sort of stuff inside and out.

All I can say is, APSC150 sounds to me like an engineering design course (?). If that is the case, I feel like you would need to complete it before APSC201, which seems to be a logical follow up.

Assuming these courses aren't necessary prereqs for anything, you should be able to take them whenever as long as you can manage the additional courseload.

please see my timetable, all my worries are at monday, at which I will have lab from 2-5 and tutorial from 5 to 7:30
 
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You will be fine. I have had plenty of 9 hour days in my engineering degree. And some 10, 11 hour days too.

It is exhausting, but easily doable.
 
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You will be fine. I have had plenty of 9 hour days in my engineering degree. And some 10, 11 hour days too.

It is exhausting, but easily doable.
I am counting on you.
 
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I am counting on you.
Haha, don't count on me too much. Best to talk to an academic counsellor.
 
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Haha, don't count on me too much. Best to talk to an academic counsellor.
I see you were a ensci student, right?
 
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I see you were a ensci student, right?
Yes, so according to some people on this forum, I possess godlike abilities :P.
 
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