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Statistical Mechanics

Thermodynamics/Kinetics

Quantum Chemistry

Cell Biology

Computer Science I

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Statistical Mechanics

Thermodynamics/Kinetics

Quantum Chemistry

Cell Biology

Computer Science I

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Differential Equations (200 level)

Intro to Engineering: Design Course (100 level)

Undergraduate Research

15 credits. Not too bad. I'm a first year if that wasnt obvious already haha. My schedule is about the same as last semester and I got a 3.8 then so I am hoping to continue that :)

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Complex Variables II

Differential Geometry II

Basic Probability

Functional Analysis

Philosophy of Mind

Advanced Logic

I'm actually really excited for all my courses this semester!

It's going to be so much work, though. I'll have to be sure to devote sufficient time to each course, and not push any to the back burner. But I'm glad to finally be moving towards good study habits as a sophomore.

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(credit hours)

HPE 1500-Health and Wellness (2)

MAT 1400-Perspectives in Math (1)

MAT 1520-Calculus II (4)

MAT 2600-Intro to Abstract Math (3)

MAT 3020-Differential Equations (not for credit, auditing)

PHY 2120-General Physics II (4)

PHY 2130-Statics (3)

PHY 4340-Research Project in Physics (1)

I love how my schedule is all math and physics, excluding health and wellness. Should be a fun semester.

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Physics 2101 (I)

Biology 1001

American History 2057 (post civil war)

Computer Science 2533

16 hours so far. Wait listed for a Construction Management. That'll bump me up to 18.

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Seriously, since I picked up Math and Physics I have not taken less than 18 hours in a semester.

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Seriously, since I picked up Math and Physics I have not taken less than 18 hours in a semester.

It's cause we have balls. I had 21 credits last semester and I'm getting 20 this semester.

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But assuming they are true, do those taking it feel they can actually spend sufficient time on each subject to throughly understand it?

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Last time I was in school I was a music major, and usually had 25-28 credits. I guess some of these crazy schedules I'm seeing here aren't too crazy.

-DaveKA

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Real Analysis-300 level

Abstract Algebra II-400 level

Intermediate Calc II-200 level

Roman Civ.-200 level

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Real Analysis-300 level

Abstract Algebra II-400 level

Intermediate Calc II-200 level

Roman Civ.-200 level

So, Real Analysis is self-explanatory and I'm assuming Abstract Algebra II covers material like advanced ring theory, fields, and introductory Galois theory (at least that's the gist of the syllabus at my university), but what exactly is Intermediate Calc II?

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Is your Abstract Algebra I strictly group theory, then?

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Algebraic geometry (at the level of Shafarevich)

Representation theory (of symmetric groups mainly)

Scientific Study of Language

Argument (a writing course)

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E&M

Real Analysis

Applied Analysis - covers various topics mathematics applied to physics, engineering, chem, bio, etc. ODEs, PDEs, calc of variations

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- 300

- 1

Classical Mechanics and Relativity II

E&M I

Quantum Mechanics I

Classical Physics Lab

E&M I

Quantum Mechanics I

Classical Physics Lab

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System Physiology

Solid State Physics I

Soft Matter Physics I

Hyperfine Interactions

Theoretical Nuclear Physics

Projectwork Physics

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Electromagnetic Theory II

Statistical Mechanics

Experimental Methods in Physics

Introduction to Number Theory

Modern Europe

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Thermo II

Engineering Analysis

Fluid Mechanics

Mechanics of Materials

Tech Writing

Microeconomics

Engineering Analysis

Fluid Mechanics

Mechanics of Materials

Tech Writing

Microeconomics

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Electrodynamics

Quantum Mechanics 1

Statistical Mechanics

Special & General Relativity

Goddamn excited for relativity.

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Intro to Probability

Differential Equations

Biology 2

Biology 2 Lab

Undergrad Research

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For me:

Classical Mechanics II

Modern Physics

Intro Proof course

Partial Differential Equations

Current Social Problems

So, 1 easy course haha.

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20th Century Art

Speaking of which, I should probably go start that paper that is due Tuesday.

Speaking of which, I should probably go start that paper that is due Tuesday.

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