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I'm curious about what your curriculum and book list look like.

I've looked at the webpage of the university I'll begin at this fall, and was a bit perplexed to see that many courses are based on custom made issues (for courses like mechanics and such), not books. Also, in the 1. and 2. semester there's only mathematics (diff.eq, calculus, linear algebra, books by: Robert A. Adams, David C. Lay, and William E. Boyce), and no physics... ?

So, is this normal? Could you guys tell how the beginning of your bachelor degree looks like?

Book recommendations would be great. I don't mind spending a couple of 100 dollars (or more), to ensure me surviving my degree...