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11/29/04 7:48 PM
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ME: Physics III (Covers Electromagnetism and Beginning Cicuit Theory) Chemistry I (I'm takin' this a little late :-( ) Vector Calculus Plus, 24 hours a week at a part-time job as a software QA weenie. You?
11/30/04 12:06 AM
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Edited: 30-Nov-04
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* CAD II (CAD 4132) * CAM I (CAM 4132) * COMMUNICATIONS FOR CAREER EMPLOYMENT (COMM 2124) * METALLURGY II (METL 2131) * SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT I (SYSM 1131) * THERMODYNAMICS (THER 1101) this is a nice relaxing semester coming up, compared to my 23 credit hour semester i'm just about to finish up 7 exams about to hit me... * CAD I (CAD 3132) * CALCULUS (MATH 3132) * FLUID MECHANICS (FLUD 4131) * MANUFACTURING PROCESSES (MANF 3131) * MECHANICS OF MATERIALS (MTRL 2132) * METALLURGY I (METL 1131) * TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM 2136)
12/1/04 2:03 PM
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Dude, you're gonna get burned out real quick if you take on a schedule like that.
12/1/04 8:04 PM
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me? nah, i don't think so, the worst is over, if i survive this semester it'll be alright 21, 21, 27, 19, 23, 18 credit hours in each semester this one was the most brutal i think i'll survive the rest, i just have to make sure i pass these exams in 2weeks
12/8/04 5:10 PM
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14731 A NETWORK SECURITY 12.0 MW 10:30AM 12:20PM BH 136A PERRIG
14746 A INI RESEARCH SEMINAR 2.0 F 02:30PM 03:50PM SH 125 INSTRUCTOR TBA
14842 A DISTRBUTED SYSTEMS 12.0 TR 10:00AM 11:50AM SEI 1110 RAJKUMAR
69158 B3 BEGIN/INTERMED YOGA 3.0 TR 01:00PM 02:20PM GYM SGYM MOROSKY
95751 A INFO SEC RISK MNGMNT 12.0 W 05:30PM 08:20PM BH A53 ARORA,TELANG
95856 A HACKING EXPOSED 6.0 TBA TBA TBA PROSISE
waitlisted for financial analysis. INI research seminar isn't a real class, so it's not that bad.
12/13/04 9:46 AM
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Australian sign language. That's all. Just one subject!
12/21/04 8:37 PM
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Edited: 21-Dec-04
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Physics III (Thermodynamics plus a research project to be chosen soon) Physics IV (Electromagnetism Astronomi I (Cosmology) Math F (Math for physicists). Looking forward to the research project, should be a nice learning process on how things should be done.
12/22/04 1:03 PM
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"Math F (Math for physicists)." What subjects do they teach in this class?
12/22/04 1:36 PM
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bearing in mind that the two previous courses were Math intro, which included some more advanced calculus, functions of more then one variable, lagrange, taylor etc, and a LinearAlgebra course as well. The Math F is set to include: Partial differential equations, seperation of variables; greens method. B. vectoranalysis, gradients, divergence, rotation; line- plane- and space integrals; Gauss, greens and stokes rules. We'll be using the book "Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering" if that helps you any. This was btw translated from danish and i haven't learned those things yet so some of them are propably translated incorrectly over to English by me :) The Math Intor, Linear Algebra, and this one is the only math required for the BS, but of course everyone can choose to take more if they want.
12/22/04 2:08 PM
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Looks like a combo of Diff-Eq and Vector Calculus. Was Linear Algebra a pre-req for these? Are you planning on taking any Group Theory? It's good stuff to know...
12/23/04 7:37 AM
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Yes i'm doing linear algebra right now. We did first and second degree differential equations in the a previous one too, as well as partial differentiation. So now it's partial differential equations and vector analysis. Haven´t really decided if i'm taking more math then the required yet o_O I at least can't do so in the first year, so i'll see what happens.
12/24/04 3:00 PM
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History 12. Western Civilizations Accounting 12. Info for Business Decisions II Operations & Mgmt Info Sys 108. Operations Management plus I am probably getting an internship at a finance company. The quarter system is sweet
12/28/04 7:37 PM
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kinesiology exer. physiology biochem I biology of human behavior
1/3/05 6:24 PM
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Gen Chem II Botany 101 Zoology 101
2/26/05 11:31 PM
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Networking Protocols Microsoft Network Operating systems College Math 2
2/28/05 5:56 AM
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Edited: 28-Feb-05
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intro film and tv europe since 1945 Palestinians and Israelies Religion and film studies in terrorism* *they let me in a graduate class because im bored and am convinced my undergrad in communications is worthless
3/8/05 11:33 PM
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Turns out it's not possible for me to avoid over-committing... So I'm not just learning Australian Sign Language. I'm doing a certificate in Spanish as well...
3/9/05 2:24 AM
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Spring Term for me: Physics Chemistry Differential Equations
3/22/05 12:29 PM
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My Spring: Analysis of Contemporary Social Issues Linear Algebra System Security Projects in Distributed Computing Seminar in Computer Applications
3/22/05 7:56 PM
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Edited: 22-Mar-05
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"Linear Algebra" Easiest math class you will ever take. And probably the most fun, too.
3/22/05 8:06 PM
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It's certainly living up to that hype. Actually, all my classes this semester rock. So I was pretty fortunate.
4/6/05 3:00 PM
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Symbolic Logic

Philosophy of Language

Philosophy of Science

4/12/05 11:05 AM
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Philo of science 2 english courses anthro Astronomy (cosmology) Maybe a gym. Besides the first class, next semester will be entirely devoted to non-major topics. Some of those classes you guys are taking look pretty tough! -doug-
4/29/05 11:41 PM
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Europe in the Middle Ages African American History I Intro to International Relations Criminology Intro to Philosphy
5/26/05 1:34 AM
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ttt for FudoMyoo to tell us what Symbolic Logic entails

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