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Post by KentB » Thu Mar 22, 2007 9:44 pm

ecks wrote: Sociolinguistics: African American English
That should be very interesting from what you have already said about the linguistics of it..... I thought you had taken a class on it already from the stuff you were talking about lol

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Post by Charlie Dees » Fri Mar 23, 2007 5:14 am

So you'll have to fill me in. Basically ebonics class? I'd take that.

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Post by DeckardCain » Tue Oct 23, 2007 10:58 am

It's that time of year again
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Post by East Buc & UMR » Tue Oct 23, 2007 12:33 pm

Pretty hardcore there Matt

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Post by KentB » Tue Oct 23, 2007 2:40 pm

I don't know how to rate math schedules on level of hardcore because I assume most upper level math courses to be harder than what I care to know so my rating would be a bit off. But ... three 300-level math courses looks like ... fun.

My initial schedule was going to be:
Physiology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Organic Chem. Lab II, and Latin America at the Movies

After learning that I can't take Biochemistry until having completed Org. Lab II, I rearranged my schedule to go ahead and take a better Physiology teacher and a harder Org. Lab teacher (by default)... so my new schedule idea:

MWF: 8:30-9:20: Ancient Rome
TR: 10:30-11:50: Physiology
1:30-2:50: Latin America since Nationalization

T: 6:30-9:20- Latin America at the Movies

W: all day pretty much ... Physiology lab + Org. II lab

Hours: 14

++++++ MCAT studying to the max

also, I will be sitting in on a Cancer biology course and a Span.-Amer. lit class when I have time... which will probably be rarely but ... yeah .. that is the plan at least.

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Post by STPickrell » Tue Oct 23, 2007 3:28 pm

Real Analysis. The class that told me I wasn't cut out for math. Advanced Calc (is that a fancy word for multi-variable calc?) is manageable, and Topology is a tossup. I did non-Euclidean geometry but I think I was hurt by by lack of artistic ability (the professor wanted lots of compass work).

Right now I am taking ... NOTHING! :-)

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Post by DeckardCain » Tue Oct 23, 2007 3:38 pm

I know who will be teaching Advanced Calc and Topology (even though the math department hasn't released this information publicly... but I have sources), and he's not overly difficult. Real Analysis is the tough one, though I think it'll be manageable as well. I actually like this schedule.

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Post by L-Town Expatriate » Tue Oct 23, 2007 4:17 pm

Are you going for a history minor there? I see classes with Rose, Zoumaras and/or Becker in there.

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Post by KentB » Tue Oct 23, 2007 6:24 pm

It's actually Rose and 2 Beckers .... and yes ... probably going to go for the minor while I'm at it. I just need 3 more classes... and Becker teaches an awesome class each of the following semesters so I would just need one more.

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Post by Charlie Dees » Tue Oct 23, 2007 6:39 pm

DeckardCain wrote: It's that time of year again
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That would suck so much it might implode on itself.

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Post by East Buc & UMR » Tue Oct 23, 2007 7:07 pm

From what I understood about Advanced Calc; it is proving everything Newton and other did. So Ad Calc 2 is proving calc 2 (the hardest of the 3 calcs).

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Post by STPickrell » Wed Oct 24, 2007 3:25 am

East Buc & UMR wrote: From what I understood about Advanced Calc; it is proving everything Newton and other did. So Ad Calc 2 is proving calc 2 (the hardest of the 3 calcs).
I thought Real Analysis was proving everything Newton did (you usually don't get up to living mathematicians until grad school). Multivariable is usually a sophomore course IIRC. Matt, you're a senior right?

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Post by DeckardCain » Wed Oct 24, 2007 7:29 am

There are two different approaches to Advanced Calc. One approach is to prove all of Calculus; the other is to attack harder problems in calculus. Our class is somewhere in the middle - we do some proofs and some harder calc problems. Real Analysis will be more of an "all proofs" class.

I'm technically a senior by credits, but won't be graduating until next year.

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Post by ecks » Wed Oct 24, 2007 11:05 am

MWF
930-1020
Sociolinguistics: Dialectology
1030-1120
Survey of Russian Lit II
330-420
Advanced Russian II

TR
130-250
Linguistic Anthropology
300-420
Cognitive Psychology

Also, a course on Ecofeminism, but I don't know when it is yet.

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Post by Ford08 » Wed Oct 24, 2007 6:45 pm

I'm taking pre-calc and calc this year in high school (senior year). We just do derivitives( hopefully I spelled that right) and finding the max and mins plus the POI of lines right now.

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Post by East Buc & UMR » Wed Oct 24, 2007 7:25 pm

how do you take both pre-calc and calc in the same year?

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Post by Ford08 » Thu Oct 25, 2007 2:07 pm

First semester we cover pre calc then the second semester we do calc.

I also am taking trig this year and it is trig first semester because we just don't apply it since we have physics, then second semester we do cobanatorics( I don't think I spelled that right).

We have a senior this year who is on our a team that is taking Trig, Calc, and college Algebra online this year with Dr. Sly who is math professor at Drury, MSU, and Rolla I believe. So he does quite a bit of math. Dr. Sly wants him to be on the MSU math team this fall so he must be doin fine since there is both highschool students and college students in there.

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Post by Jeffrey Hill » Thu Oct 25, 2007 4:22 pm

Well I'll be taking...

CS284 Intro to Operating Systems
Stat 217
Comp Eng 313 (Principles of Computer Architecture) or 315 (Digital Computer Design) (haven't decided which one yet)
Some science elective - probably Bio Sci 231 - General Genetics
Some humanities elective - have no idea what yet because I despise humanities (art/music/english/foreign language/philosophy)

--edit--
Well crap, after looking at the schedule 284 is only offered at 1 MWF, which is also the only time 315 is offered. And 313 is taught by Choi - a friend had him for 213 and it was horrible

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Post by DeckardCain » Thu Oct 25, 2007 4:40 pm

ScoBo1987 wrote: Some science elective - probably Bio Sci 231 - General Genetics
I was thinking about taking this, but didn't want to do five hour days all semester.

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Post by East Buc & UMR » Thu Oct 25, 2007 7:35 pm

An easy science elective is modern physics. Dr. Story is awesome, tests are fair, small amount of homework.

As for 313 and 315. I enjoyed 315 more (but it was taught by McCracken and this class is how he made his millions in the 80's).

Who is teaching 315?

I had 313 with Ali and it was ok... nothing to hard or boring.

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Post by Jeffrey Hill » Thu Oct 25, 2007 7:55 pm

East Buc & UMR wrote: An easy science elective is modern physics. Dr. Story is awesome, tests are fair, small amount of homework.

As for 313 and 315. I enjoyed 315 more (but it was taught by McCracken and this class is how he made his millions in the 80's).

Who is teaching 315?

I had 313 with Ali and it was ok... nothing to hard or boring.
315 is McCracken

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Post by LibertyMarie » Mon Oct 29, 2007 6:34 am

East Buc & UMR wrote: it is proving everything Newton and other did
hey, I saw Newton's grave yesterday.

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Post by Jeffrey Hill » Thu Nov 01, 2007 4:14 pm

The only schedule possible with this 5-class combination:

11-11:50 MWF - BioSci 231 Genetics
1-1:50 MWF - CS 284 Intro to Operating Systems

11-12:15 TTh - CpE 313 Principles of Computer Architecture
12:30-1:45 TTh - Philosophy 15 Introduction to Logic (roommate took it last semester; while somewhat boring it wasn't too bad. Stupid required humanities credit.)
2:00-3:15 TTh - Stat 217

Everything's close together and the only gap I have is MWF lunch so really no downtime on campus this semester. No lunch break TTh is manageable since I don't have any classes until 11.

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Post by socalcaptain » Thu Nov 01, 2007 8:02 pm

My schedule is considered "hard" for my school, but it's not so bad, really.

(Every class, every day, 50 minutes)

1. Band
2. (17-minute homeroom)
3. Calculus (dual credit)
4. Spanish II
5. Lifetime Sports
6. Composition (dual credit)
7. Physics (independent study)
8. Yearbook

In addition to class, I will be in basketball pep band, managing the track team (we're hosting a sectional meet, yikes!), and doing sound for the spring play, on top of my duties as officer in like every club and FBLA competitive events, etc. Not to mention of course QUIZ BOWL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by Ford08 » Fri Nov 02, 2007 2:47 pm

My classes for my school would be considered hard especially with the teachers that teach it. Every day I have each class for 50 minutes. Weighted classes are harder so they are based on a higher point system so if you get a B+ in a weighted class it is like an A in an average class.

Creative writing/Mytholohy (weighted)
Chemistry(weighted)
T.A.
Trig(weighted)
Calc(weighted)
Great Books/speech(both weighted and speech is dual credit) also note: great books is considerd the hardest class in our highschool.
Yearbook.

Then I play baseball, and Quizbowl.

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Post by DeckardCain » Fri Nov 02, 2007 8:17 pm

Hooray for weighted classes. I had eight of them the second semester of my senior year (I should note here that Viburnum ran on a seven-hour schedule in those days).

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Post by johnboy81918 » Sat Nov 03, 2007 11:09 am

I don't have a finalized course schedule for next semester yet, but here's what I'm in now.

Physics 197 (this is the recommended physics course for physics majors/engineers)
Chinese 101 (pretty self explanatory)
Math 233 (Calc III)
ChemE 146 (introductory course for Chemical Engineering)

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Post by L-Town Expatriate » Sat Nov 17, 2007 4:18 pm

My schedule's not finalized yet, but here it is:

Monday-Friday
0800-1200: Call up people and write up stories for newscasts
1200-1300: Lunch
1300-1400: Produce spots & sports interviews
1400-1600: Operate the board, including airing of aforementioned sports interviews.
1600-1700: Produce more spots
Some nights: basketball, baseball, city/county meetings, football, other oddball events on the air.

Saturday
4-5 hours operating board

Sunday
Nothing (I hope)

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Post by STPickrell » Sat Nov 17, 2007 7:46 pm

L-Town Expatriate wrote: My schedule's not finalized yet, but here it is:

Monday-Friday
0800-1200: Call up people and write up stories for newscasts
1200-1300: Lunch
1300-1400: Produce spots & sports interviews
1400-1600: Operate the board, including airing of aforementioned sports interviews.
1600-1700: Produce more spots
Some nights: basketball, baseball, city/county meetings, football, other oddball events on the air.

Saturday
4-5 hours operating board

Sunday
Nothing (I hope)
where are you working?

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Post by L-Town Expatriate » Sat Nov 17, 2007 7:48 pm

STPickrell wrote:
L-Town Expatriate wrote: My schedule's not finalized yet, but here it is:

Monday-Friday
0800-1200: Call up people and write up stories for newscasts
1200-1300: Lunch
1300-1400: Produce spots & sports interviews
1400-1600: Operate the board, including airing of aforementioned sports interviews.
1600-1700: Produce more spots
Some nights: basketball, baseball, city/county meetings, football, other oddball events on the air.

Saturday
4-5 hours operating board

Sunday
Nothing (I hope)
where are you working?
KURM AM/FM in Rogers, Arkansas

I'm in the land of St. Sam now.

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Post by S.C.Mitchell07 » Tue Nov 20, 2007 8:29 pm

Fall 2007: 13 Hours
MW: 9:00 to 9:50- Fit For Life
MWF: 10:00 to 10:50- Intro to Comparative Politics
R: 9:30 to 10:50- Golf
MF: 11:00 to 11:50- ALPHA Seminar
W: 11:00 to 12:20- ALPHA
MWF: 2:00 to 2:50- Math 203: Math and Inquiry
TF 5:00 to 7:00- Radio

Spring 2008: 16 Hours
MWF 9:00 to 9:50- Western Civ II
MWF 10:00 to 10:50- Intro to Psychology
MF: 11:00 to 11:50- ALPHA Seminar
W: 11:00 to 12:20- ALPHA
MWF: 2:00 to 2:50- Constitutional Law
TR: 1:30 to 2:50- US Presidency
T: 4:00 to 4:50- Radio

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Post by Jeffrey Hill » Tue Mar 18, 2008 6:31 pm

I was considering Poli Sci 316 as well.

I'm meeting with my adviser tomorrow but here's what I have tentatively (16 hours):
CpE 315 - Digital Computer Design
CpE 319 - Digital Network Design
CS 238 - File Structures and Introduction to Database Systems
Phys 107 Intro to Modern Physics
Poli Sci 316 - The American Presidency
CpE 391 - Senior Project I

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That nice Thursday night class throws off the interesting symmetry!

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Post by DeckardCain » Tue Mar 18, 2008 7:05 pm

It should be a good class; Dr. Meagher keeps things interesting.

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Post by LibertyMarie » Fri Apr 11, 2008 11:34 am

suddenly the whole triple-major thing doesn't sound like such a good idea anymore... : P

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Post by Ford08 » Mon Jul 21, 2008 6:18 pm

Here is my Freshman Schedule, for the first semester!!

ENW 133 02 CC Classical Ideal MWF -10:00 - 10:50 AM

MUS 103 03 Expl of Music TR -2:30 PM - 3:50

PED 101 06 Lifetime Well TR -4:00 PM - 5:20

POL 103 02 American Govt MWF -11:00 - 11:50 AM

REL 103 01 CC Ideal Character TR -9:30 - 10:50 AM

SPC 103 07 Public Speaking TR -11:00 - 12:20

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Post by socalcaptain » Tue Jul 22, 2008 12:28 am

My first semester freshman schedule follows:

(note: I transferred in 26 hours of dual-credit so most of my gen. ed. classes are out of the way.)

MWF 9:00-9:50
Phil 1200H - Logic and Reasoning, Honors (3)

MWF 11:00-11:50
Eng 2159 - World Literature from 1890-Present (3)

MWF 2:00-2:50
Span 2160 - Intermediate Spanish Composition and Conversation (3)

TR 12:30-1:45
Ling 1060 - Human Language (3)

TR 2:00-3:15
Anthro 1000 - General Anthropology (3)

TWRF 4:15-6:00
Music 1841 - Marching Mizzou (1)

If I pass my Spanish class with a C or better I get automatic (and FREE) back credit. Thirteen hours worth! That would mean that after only one semester of college I would have 55 credit hours to my name. It still boggles my mind.

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Post by L-Town Expatriate » Tue Jul 22, 2008 8:59 pm

This schedule's been in place for awhile now:

Monday-FridayL
0800-0900: Peruse news headlines from various sources - Democrat-Gazette, Morning News, JohnCombest, BBC
0900-1200: Produce and schedule spots, sometimes make a news call
1200-1300: Lunch
1300-1400: Finish spot scheduling as best as possible, sub in as receptionist whilst bookkeeper is at lunch. Chip in ad and/or news copy.
1400-1700: On-air board shift. Finish all of the above in-between commercial breaks and show segments.

Some Tuesday and Thursday nights:
City council and quorum court meetings

Coming soon on Friday nights:
Board operation for football season

Coming soon on Thursday nights:
Something involving Junior High football. Yes, you read right. JUNIOR. HIGH. FOOTBALL. Only in Arkansas. :wacko:

Saturdays:
Nothing. Absolutely nothing. Except maybe four hours of driving if I feel like going home one weekend.

Sundays:
1800-2300: Board work and spot scheduling.

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Post by Charlie Dees » Sun Jul 27, 2008 1:49 pm

Ugh this post failed, I don't have a usable version of my schedule to copy in.

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Post by Jeffrey Hill » Mon Oct 20, 2008 3:41 pm

I'm meeting with my adviser tomorrow... this one wasn't fun figuring out.

- I'm locked into a certain section of senior design, which locked out my choice for a free elective (of all the classes I could have picked, which is pretty much ANYTHING, it was a 300-level math class) by a whole 15 minutes of overlap.
- My choice for EE elective that I'm required to take apparently now has a 100-level prerequisite that isn't even a class in the outdated printed catalog I have, so I may not be able to take that. I had to pick what seems to be the least of 4 evils to replace that choice...
- A couple other choices I had aren't being offered this semester, though at least one of the courses I'm selecting instead is probably better suited for my tentative career path (which I didn't know about before because of the aforementioned outdated catalog I was using).

At least I won't have to do this ever again!!!

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Post by Jeffrey Hill » Mon Oct 20, 2008 3:42 pm

DeckardCain wrote:It should be a good class; Dr. Meagher keeps things interesting.
Want to update this statement? ;)

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Post by Ford08 » Mon Oct 20, 2008 5:44 pm

So how were mid terms for everyone?

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Post by socalcaptain » Mon Oct 20, 2008 7:32 pm

I only had one real mid-term...it was in World Lit, and I got a 210/200.

I had a logic test that same day (but not a mid-term) on which I got an 89/100. Not so good as Lit.

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Post by socalcaptain » Mon Oct 20, 2008 8:17 pm

Oh, and I think I know what my schedule for next semester will be already:

Ling 2700 -- Mathematical Logic -- MW 11:00-11:50, F 10:00-10:50 Lab
Geog 2210 -- Geography of Europe -- MWF 12:00-12:50
Ling 3010 -- American Phonetics -- TR 12:30-1:45
Ling 4630 -- Phonology -- TR 2:00-3:15
Soc 1000H -- Intro to Sociology, Honors -- TR 3:30-4:45

EDIT: This has been heavily changed. See below!


<div class="editby">Edited by <a href='http://s4.zetaboards.com/Academic_Compe ... captain</a>, Nov 5 2008, 12:51:03 PM.</div>

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Post by LibertyMarie » Tue Oct 21, 2008 7:55 am

I didn't really have midterms...I just have lots of big written stuff due next week. That I haven't started, right. oy.

Spring:
SPAN 202 Spanish IV (hey, I need the Sp. electives--yes, it is a review class for me), MWF 9-9:50
GLST 301 Global Futures (last piece of Drury's gen ed program/global studies minor), TR 12-1:20
SPAN 493 Senior Sem, TR 1:30-2:50
ENGL 493 Senior Sem, TR 3-4:20
HNRS 402 my honors thesis, independent study

...

yeah it's a semester of writing and NOTHING ELSE. whee!

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Post by Jeffrey Hill » Tue Oct 21, 2008 6:56 pm

Thankfully the new electronics prerequisite does not apply to me, so I am able to take that as my EE elective.

edit 10/29 - So it also turns out all the other people in my senior design group are taking it on Monday/Wednesday. Fortunately, this works out for me; I don't have to be bored for 3 hours on Wednesdays trying to appreciate art for a grade.

Tentative schedule:
MWF 10-10:50 - CpE 314 - Embedded Processor System Design
MWF 11-11:50 - CS 345 - Introduction to Robotic Systems
MWF 1-1:50 - EE 253 - Electronics I
MW 3-4:50 - Senior Design
TTh 2-3:15 - Math 307 - Combinatorics and Graph Theory (yes, I would much rather take this than Art Appreciation. I appreciate art enough already through quiz bowl.)
Tu 5-6:50 - EE 255 - Electronics I Lab

Still busy Mondays and Wednesdays but easy Tuesday/Thursday make up for it.

Previous afternoon schedule had I been forced to take Tuesday/Thursday senior design:
M 3-4:50 - EE 255 - Electronics I Lab
TTh 3-4:50 - Senior Design
W 3-5:45 - Art 80 - Art Appreciation

Mondays and Wednesdays may not be very fun but [with the previous schedule, I liked] that as much time as I [needed] on Tuesday/Thursday to work on senior design stuff.


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Post by socalcaptain » Wed Nov 05, 2008 12:56 pm

New Schedule

Monday/Wednesday/Friday
9:00-9:50 --> Logic Lab (Friday only)
10:00-10:50 --> Literature and Dialect [Engl 2000]
11:00-11:50 --> Elementary Logic [Ling 2700] (Mon-Wed only)
12:00-12:50 --> Intro. to Meteorology [Geog 1050]
3:30-4:45 --> Intro. to Philosophy, Honors [Phil 1000H] (Mon-Wed only)
1:30-5:00 --> Work @ YouZeum (Friday only)

Tuesday/Thursday
11:00-12:15 -->Masterpieces of Western Music [Music 1310]
2:00-3:15 --> Phonology [Ling 4630]
3:30-5:00 --> Work @ YouZeum (Thursday only)

It's an 18 hour schedule. Which is fine, since I don't have Marching Mizzou taking up 2 hours every weekday!

* Edited for hopefully the final changes.


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Class schedules for next semester

Post by DeckardCain » Wed Nov 05, 2008 1:03 pm

I should probably get around to setting mine one of these days.

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DeckardCain
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Class schedules for next semester

Post by DeckardCain » Sat Nov 08, 2008 5:18 am

Tentatively:

Bio Sci 231 - General Genetics
German 2 - Elementary German
Poli Sci 237 - Contemporary Political Thought
Math 315 - Intro to Real Analysis
Math 325 - Partial Differential Equations
Math 381 - Great Theorems in Mathematics

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Class schedules for next semester

Post by Jeffrey Hill » Sat Nov 08, 2008 7:24 am

Couldn't bring yourself to wake up at 8 in the morning instead of taking Real Analysis?

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