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Your courses for 08' Spring!

  1. Jan 2, 2008 #1
    So what are they?
    Mine are as follows:

    Differential Equations= Honors
    Linear Algebra- Honors
    Analog Circuits
    Modern Physics- Honors
    Engineering Thermodynamics
    Physical Education
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  3. Jan 2, 2008 #2
    2 math courses and aerospace course for audit.

    Advanced Calculus
    Complex Analysis
    Linear Algerba
    Applied Harmonic Analysis
    Transform Methods for Scientists and Engineers
    Aerospace Controls [PID] (Audit)

    ...lots of choices. Im really looking forward to a semester of just applied math, but a bit nervous as its been almost 2.5 years since my last math course! :surprised

    Im sure I forgot a lot of very BASIC stuff.
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  4. Jan 2, 2008 #3
    Those look like some fun courses!
  5. Jan 2, 2008 #4
    Calc III
    Design course
    General Chem
    C++ course

    Shouldn't be too bad at all :-).
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  6. Jan 2, 2008 #5
    More pre ap- english, pre ap- physical science, geometry, video journalism, computers, and gifted.
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    Cryptography and Number Theory
    Mathematics with Computer Applications
    Honours Thesis
  8. Jan 2, 2008 #7
    Number theory would be an awesome course to take, not sure what prereqs are though.
  9. Jan 3, 2008 #8
    Computer Organization II
    Data Structures
    French II
  10. Jan 3, 2008 #9
    Calc III
    Physics E&M

    I'm lazy this sem.
  11. Jan 3, 2008 #10
    It looks like I will have

    Philosophical Perspective on the Individual (wtf???)
    Classical Mythology
    Thermodynamics and Optics
    Intro Chem
    Some math course
  12. Jan 3, 2008 #11
    Theres a course out our high school called "Lifetime Leisure" so yeah Moose, there's some weird ones out there.
  13. Jan 3, 2008 #12
    Noncommutative rings
    Functional Analysis
    Linear Algebra
    Analytic Dynamics
    Philosophy of Mind
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    Algebraic Number Theory
    Noncommutative Algebra (basically the structure theory of noncommutative rings + representation theory of finite groups)
    Banach Algebras & Operator Theory
    Measure & Integration (a second course)

    I'm really looking forward to this term - all the courses look very interesting - let's hope they are!
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    Whats Analytic Dynamics?
  16. Jan 3, 2008 #15

    These courses look very interesting. :redface: I am going to miss linear algebra next semester.
  17. Jan 3, 2008 #16
    I really enjoyed E&M/optics and Calc III(vector calc is the bomb)
  18. Jan 3, 2008 #17
    I'm jelous morphism, except the French
  19. Jan 3, 2008 #18
    I haven't decided all courses for sure yet, but these ones are absolute:

    General Relativity (finally!!!)
    String Theory :tongue2: :tongue: :cool:
    Algebraic Topology
    Real Analysis
  20. Jan 3, 2008 #19
    stable isotope physics
    radiometric dating

    but that's free time
  21. Jan 3, 2008 #20
    General Relativity sounds like fun, i wonder what the math prereqs are?
  22. Jan 3, 2008 #21
    Just because I have to be different:

    Pathogenic Microbiology
    Clinical Biochemistry
    Transfusion Medicine
  23. Jan 3, 2008 #22
    I am actually trying to get a head start on the vector calc right now. :) I breezed through partial derivs and multi integrals (without doing many application type chapters) in 7 days so that I could do VC.
  24. Jan 3, 2008 #23
    I'm also jealous of morphism.
  25. Jan 3, 2008 #24
    Mechanical Response of Engineering Materials
    Experimental Determination of Mechanical Response of Materials
    Introduction to Thermal Science
    Ordinary Differential Equations
    Food Science
  26. Jan 3, 2008 #25
    I've got these:

    Quantum Mechanics II
    Particle/Nuclear Physics
    Statistical Mechanics

    The joys of grad school: only three classes, and not one of them is liberal arts! Too bad the homework will take 170 hours per week.
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