linear algebra, cal iii and physics i
life i ii and iii
Analytical Mechanics I
Quantum Mechanics II
Quantum Lab I
and one or two others I haven't decided on yet.
Engineering Design & Graphics
Freshman schedule! :)
Thermodynamics, electromagnetics, fluid mechanics, deformable bodies, and radation physics.
Each class is three hours.
Math 323: Applied Diff Eqs
Math 330A: Advanced Calculus
Phys 317: Thermodynamics
Phys 321A: Classical Mechanics I
Phys 326: Electricity and Magnetism
Astr 303: Extragalctic Astronomy
Third year astronomy.
High school senior year, heh
Econ and Gov
I tutor a calc 1 class
Extremely easy schedule, however I plan to work 20-30 hours a week among several other duties.
I was planning to take vector calc at the local community college, but it was a disaster! I sat in on a class and the teacher said that she wouldn't put the problem "Graph z=cosx" on the test in fear that it would be too hard! Everything she said had no real value, she was essentially stating facts without anything else.... Bleh.
Enjoy your fun while it lasts!
Practice your french with some hot girls, or don't show your face back in here!
Someones semester is going to SUCK! LOL!
Fluids before Thermo? Sounds painful....good luck.
-How to understand women III.
Speaking of which, mine will SUCK as well!
-Vibrations, Controls, & Optimization I
-Electronics and Instrumentation II
-Eng Materials & Manufacturing Process
-How to understand women III (Who's your prof Claus? I think were in the same class)
(Freshman schedule as well... EngSci at UofT)
ESC101 - Engineering Science Praxis I
PHY180 - Classical Mechanics
MAT194 - Calculus I
CSC192 - Computer Programming, Algorithms, Data Structures and Languages
CIV102 - Structures and Materials
MAT190 - Matrix and Vector Algebra
PHY190 - Relativity
ESC102 - Engineering Science Praxis II
BME105 - Systems Biology
MAT195 - Caculus II
CHE119 - Thermodynamics
MAT185 - Linear Algebra
ECE159 - Electric Fundamentals
Free Elective (I'm thinking of taking How To Understand Women III)
Whoa, easy there speed racer. Thats some course load!
thats UFT's Standard course load for engsci isn't it? 7 per term.
Parallel Computing, Compressible/Incompressible Fluids, Computatoinal Geometry, Master's Project and i'm hoping Neural Nets.
yup, the only choice I had to make was intro or advanced computers.... i chose advanced (hence the free elective second semester).
But despite the ridiculous workload I can't wait to go!
You are going to be very busy my friend. Enjoy the weekends\sleep while there still around :surprised
that course load should be rather easy....except the systems biology course.
7 courses is a ton of work and material for only 16 weeks, at least it is at my school, even if they are easy courses.
Sorry, all men fail that second one. Its a given.
What is it that you don't know? I can give you a cheat sheet.
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