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What courses are you taking this semester?

  1. Aug 22, 2006 #1
    linear algebra, cal iii and physics i :cool:
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  3. Aug 22, 2006 #2
    life i ii and iii

    thats it
  4. Aug 22, 2006 #3
    Analytical Mechanics I
    Quantum Mechanics II
    Quantum Lab I

    and one or two others I haven't decided on yet.
  5. Aug 22, 2006 #4
    Engineering Design & Graphics
    Calculus I
    Intermediate French

    Freshman schedule! :)
  6. Aug 22, 2006 #5
    Thermodynamics, electromagnetics, fluid mechanics, deformable bodies, and radation physics.

    Each class is three hours.
  7. Aug 22, 2006 #6


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    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.
  8. Aug 22, 2006 #7
    High school senior year, heh

    Econ and Gov
    I tutor a calc 1 class
    Computer Science

    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.
  9. Aug 22, 2006 #8
    Enjoy your fun while it lasts! :devil: :devil: :biggrin:

    Practice your french with some hot girls, or don't show your face back in here! :approve:
  10. Aug 22, 2006 #9
    Someones semester is going to SUCK! LOL! :biggrin:

    Fluids before Thermo? Sounds painful....good luck.
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  11. Aug 22, 2006 #10


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    -Compressible Flow.

    -How to understand women III.
  12. Aug 22, 2006 #11
    Speaking of which, mine will SUCK as well! :frown:

    -Heat Transfer
    -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)
  13. Aug 22, 2006 #12
    (Freshman schedule as well... EngSci at UofT)

    Fall 2006:

    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

    Winter 2006:

    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)
  14. Aug 22, 2006 #13
    Whoa, easy there speed racer. Thats some course load!
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  15. Aug 22, 2006 #14
    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.
  16. Aug 22, 2006 #15
    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!
  17. Aug 22, 2006 #16
    You are going to be very busy my friend. Enjoy the weekends\sleep while there still around :surprised
  18. Aug 22, 2006 #17
    that course load should be rather easy....except the systems biology course.
  19. Aug 22, 2006 #18
    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.
  20. Aug 22, 2006 #19

    Sorry, all men fail that second one. Its a given.
  21. Aug 22, 2006 #20

    Math Is Hard

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    What is it that you don't know? I can give you a cheat sheet. o:)
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