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Isnt spring ending? Wheres the Summer/Fall topic

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Isnt spring ending? Wheres the Summer/Fall topic

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Isnt spring ending? Wheres the Summer/Fall topic

Depends how you call the terms. At my school the Winter term is about to end and spring term starts in less than 2 weeks. I'm pretty sure this is the case for many, if not most, schools in North America.

And for my spring schedule:

- Engineering Dynamics

- Technical Writing

- Chilling

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Depends how you call the terms. At my school the Winter term is about to end and spring term starts in less than 2 weeks. I'm pretty sure this is the case for many, if not most, schools in North America.

I think maybe it's different in the States. Spring is ending now and Summer is starting.

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Summer:

BioPhysics Research!

Fall:

Quantum Mechanics

Classical Mechanics

Physics Writing

Complex Variables

I'm thinking of just throwing an easy course into the Spring schedule just to add some credits. I think it's going to be quite a semester.

BioPhysics Research!

Fall:

Quantum Mechanics

Classical Mechanics

Physics Writing

Complex Variables

I'm thinking of just throwing an easy course into the Spring schedule just to add some credits. I think it's going to be quite a semester.

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Summer:

-Computer Logic and Organization

-Physics II

Math classes in my school are sometimes hard to come by (all of the upper-level ones are offered only once per year), so I've been putting off these two courses until the Summer, when I have nothing better to take. I'll also be doing some graph theory research, I think.

Fall:

-Analysis I

-Abstract Algebra I

-Combinatorics/Graph Theory II

-Introduction to Communications

One of these is a gen-ed (guess which!), but I have to get it out of the way at some point and I figure that the other classes are sufficiently challenging (one of them is grad-level) that I'll be pretty busy. Especially when you factor in work and research and the like.

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Fall

Calc III

Modern Physics

Real Analysis

Math Methods for the Physical Sciences and Engineering

Discrete Methods (pretty much just graph theory)

Spring

Linear Algebra

Intro to Operations Research

Thermodynamics

Quantum Mechanics

Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometries (looking forward to more than any other)

Should be fun, also it's pretty funny that for both semesters I have each of the 3 math profs and 2 physics profs for 1 class. That is what happens at a tiny school.

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We have three: Fall, Spring and Summer. Fall and Spring are the traditional semesters. I'm not sure if this is common in the States, but all of the Universities I'm acquainted with also have different terms in each semester...like Summer A, Summer B, Summer C; the date ranges for these terms are different.

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In short, I'm considering this schedule:

Analysis I

Abstract Algebra I

Combinatorics and Graph Theory II (graduate-level)

Advanced Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory (graduate-level)

To give a little bit of context, I know all of the professors for these courses (I've had two of them already) and all of them are fairly reasonable. I've also had a handful of rigorous math classes in the past, so I'm not entirely unprepared, but still, it's a bit daunting. Any thoughts?

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Circuit Analysis I

Intro to Philosophy

Intro to Engineering II

Fall

Circuit Analysis II

Electronic Circuits I w/ Lab

Modern Computational Methods

Linear Algebra

Foundations of Mathematics (intro to proofs)

Prob/Stat for Engineers

Gonna be a boring summer and a crazy fall v_v

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Introductory Electricity and Magnetism

Classical Mechanics

Elementary Physics Lab

Advanced Calculus

Advanced Linear Algebra.

Sounds like a fun time right?

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Intermediate Mechanics

Introductory Thermodynamics

Calculus III

Ordinary Differential Equations

And either

Experimental Methods in Physics

or

Introduction to Probability and Statistics

I'm really on the fence because exp methods is a completely optional course that only comes around every 2 years or so and is a prereq for one upper level electronics class/lab combo while intro to prob and statistics is a course I'll absolutely need later on, but I'm not sure if I'll need it next year.

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I started this one, somebody else start the next one, I'm lazy.

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How could you?! This is your PF legacy -_-

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