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Posted: 5/7/2003 1:42:52 PM EST
Instead of studying for finals, it's time to waste more time! Post your schedule for next term. We don't need to know what time the class is at, just what you're taking. Rus 001 - Elementary Russian I (my father's comment was "I did a term of that. Make sure you have enough credits to stay full time after you drop it.) Hist 411 - Medieval Britain ANTH 009 - Rise of Old World Civ. Architecture 210 (GA) - CONTEMPORARY DESIGN AND PLANNING THEORIES I (It fills a General Arts requirement. It was that or another goddamn painting course.) AND last but not least. The course I am most proud of taking next term.... KINES 004 (GHA) PRINCIPLES OF FLY TYING AND FLY FISHING FOR TROUT ( 1.5) A course designed to enhance student's knowledge, skill, and performance in fly tying and the sport of fly fishing for trout. Oh yeah, Fly Fishing. Eat it science majors!
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 1:45:55 PM EST
Summer 2003: Aerospace Coop Assignment
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 1:50:26 PM EST
Yeah, my Russian 101 class was full of people who dropped it the semester before. I got a B though. Always been good at languages.
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 1:50:57 PM EST
summer 2003 No class, look for job that will pay for my fall class.
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 1:51:53 PM EST
Originally Posted By raven: Yeah, my Russian 101 class was full of people who dropped it the semester before. I got a B though. Always been good at languages.
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Glad to see im not the only cunning linguist on the board [rofl2]
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 1:52:30 PM EST
I am a HS student taking classes at the local CC, and I will take a year off before going to a 4 year school, since I am graduating from my high school a year early. Wow, I'm definetly not a writing major!
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 1:57:32 PM EST
Summer FIN 310 Corporate Finance CIS 300 Information Management Systems Fall MGT 480 Labor and Employment Law MGT 473 Peronnel Mgt MGT 441 Organizational Behavior FIN 310 International Markets MGT 462 Business and Society Finals next week, then summer school starts the next week.
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 2:04:15 PM EST
Heh NONE!!! I graduate after this one. Beotch!!!!! Still uncertain about pursuing a masters… I'll decide after about six weeks camping, fishing, shooting and soaking up the sun by my folks pool. Have funzies
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 2:05:54 PM EST
Originally Posted By raven: Yeah, my Russian 101 class was full of people who dropped it the semester before. I got a B though. Always been good at languages.
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I suck at foreign languages. Always have. This will be a real bitch. But, I did always want to learn Russian from an early age. Thought it would be useful. Then the goddamn Sovs had to go and fall apart, the bastards.
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 2:09:29 PM EST
any computer science majors out there.? i'll be graduating in the fall, how's the job market looking.?
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 2:11:20 PM EST
Originally Posted By coltar1five: any computer science majors out there.?
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Dual major, CS IT
Originally Posted By coltar1five: i'll be graduating in the fall, how's the job market looking.?
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Got security clearance?
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 2:22:28 PM EST
Originally Posted By Tactus: Heh NONE!!! I graduate after this one. Beotch!!!!!
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I graduate on Saturday (BS in CoE), but I am going on to get a masters... Ive not comitted to a schedule yet, but something like Electrical Engineering: 503 Modern Transform Methods 504 Random Process Theory for Engineers 531 Advanced Analog Electronics I 551 Digital System Design I and an "approved" graduate level mathematics course... Sometimes I wonder why I do this to myself Jonathan
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 2:42:05 PM EST
Summer 03' 8 credits of who knows what, but it will be over in 3 1/2 weeks. Ouch. Fall 03' 16 credits monday: some class in the middle of the day Wednsday: A buch of classes one after another from 8:30am to 8:00pm. Ouch. How I maintain a high GPA when I don't know what classes I take is a mistery. I just show up and collect my A.
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Link Posted: 5/7/2003 3:00:11 PM EST
ENES102: Statics, ie, the study of forces on motionless objects. BSCI205: Enviornmental science MATH 141: Calc2...AUUUUUUGH! Phys161: physics for engineers and my favorite, KNES131: JOGGING! Work my slack ass out and get credit for it! Booyah!
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 3:13:00 PM EST
------Summer 2003: 8 credit hours------- Psyc 151- general experimental pyschology (4) Geo 110- enviromental Geology (4) -----Fall 2003: 21 credit hours--------- Biol 226- Cell/Molecular Biology(3) labs- Genetics,diseases, human anatomy( each a seperate one month lab)[1,1,1,] Chem 111- General Chemistry(4 with lab) MACS 200- Intermediate Calc.(4) Phys 230- Modern Physics(3) Germ 111- Intro to german(4)
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 3:24:31 PM EST
Here's mine [;)] : OB5600: Organizational Behavior and Design: Leadership in Teams and Organizations (required MBA class) OB461: Negotiations (UG class) OB499: Independent study (MBA) OB623: Advances in Organizational Research (Ph.D. seminar) I see paraord16 is trapped in a business school too [:D]
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 3:26:04 PM EST
Summer: Nothin' !!! Fall: MET 275 (CAD) WRI 227 (Technical Writing) PSY 221 (Calc based physics) MATH 252 (Intergal Calc.) ECO 201 (Easy ass Economics class) In case you can't tell, I'm in Mechanical Engineering at Oregon Institute of Technology
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 4:09:12 PM EST
CIS 335 Foundation of business info tech MGT 405 Management and Labor Relations MGT 441 Practicum 1 MGT 442 Practicum 2 MKT 415 Consumer and Buyer Behavior After this summer semester I am free from business school. I want to pursue my masters but just unsure of where.
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 4:16:00 PM EST
In the fall relaxing a bit because I am WAY ahead of schedule, already with 2 degrees and a minor. No plan to graduate early. FIN4243 - Debt and Money Markets FIN4504 - Equity and Capital Markets ECO3532 - Public Choice I might pick up another class if I can find a decent one. Just finished my third year at the University of Florida, majoring in Finance and Economics with a History minor.
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 4:22:38 PM EST
Summer Session UGBA 102A - Intro to Financial Accounting UGBA 106 - Intro to Marketing Fall MATH 54 - Linear Algebra and Differential Equations STAT 21 - Intro to Probability and Statistics GEO C32 - Globalization ECON 100A - Macroeconomic Analysis Double Applied Math / Business Admin. major. Hope it ends up being useful.
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 4:26:24 PM EST
Senior Mechanical Engineer at Lawrence Technological University EME 4013 Heat Transfer MCS 3413 Advanced Engineering Mathmatics EEE 3153 Electronic Machines and Controls EME 4212 Engineering Projects 1: SAE Mini Baja SSC 2303 Principles of Economics EEE 3161 Intro to EE labs ECO 3001 Co-op Practicum 1: Lear Corp MCS 3403 Probability and Statistics Damn, that doesnt seem like its worth 14000$.
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 4:40:47 PM EST
My Fall schedule Bus 301 Carrer and Job Planning Bus 451 Policy and Strategy MGT 411 Organizational Behavior MRT 411 Marketing Research COR 490 Christan Humanism Done with finals and start my summer job in a bucket factory on the 20th.
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 5:30:23 PM EST
Sophomore, aerospace engineering, University of Oklahoma. Fall 2003: Fort Benning (for National Guard). w00t!!!! Spring 2004: MATH 2443 (Calculus IV) MATH 3113 (Differential Equations) ENGR 2213 (Thermodynamics) AME 2103 (some kind of graphic design course.) AME 2623 (Electrical Circuits)
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 5:49:28 PM EST
Interpersonal Communications (We sit in a circle and talk about stuff) Windows 2000 Server Cisco 2 and 3 (half semester each) Only three classes cus I go to school all summer. Fall looks a little busy, cant remember the schedule though. Going for a Information Systems and Networking degree, cant wait till I graduate so I can be unemployeed [:(]
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 6:11:29 PM EST
Fall 2003: Italian 101 - couldn't get into the language of my choice until Senior year [pissed] Psych 305 - Abnormal Psych Psych 331 - Human Performance Lab Psych 499 - Undergrad Research
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 7:04:23 PM EST
Wow, this is so much better than studying. Rising Sophmore math major. Summer 2003: Intermediate french I & II Hey! Quit looking at me like that! I need to finish my language req! And I at at least have a year's head start on french! +Math Research Fall 2003 COCI 1101 Contemp. Western Civilization COMS 3203 Discrete Math MATH 4261 Commutative Algebra MATH 4307 Algebraic Topology SIEO 4105 Probability 15 points of math/quantitative, 4(mandatory) of liberal arts. That's just about the way I like it. And no, I can't help you with your calc homework. I sucked at it, too. (nothing in that thread about triple integrals made sense to me. Well, almost nothing).
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[b]Summer 2003:[/b] Lockheed Martin internship [b]Fall 2003:[/b] CSci 8551: Intelligent agents (Doctoral level class) Phys 4051: Methods of Experimental Physics Phys 4101: Quantum Mechanics Phys 4201: Statistical and Thermal Physics Phys 4940: Senior Honors Seminar And maybe some research. -Zonan(Physics/Csci double major, with minors in astrophysics and nerd)
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 8:27:59 PM EST
I just finished my first year going back to college, after a 13 year break as a Deputy sheriff. This summer is the year series of anatomy and physiology I,II,III crammed into three months. I' am kind of holding out for an appointment with the International Police Mission to Iraq. It would push my degree back a year. But make it much easier financially. S/F Flyingrhino
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 9:44:04 PM EST
I've been out of school for a while, but if the doctors say ok, I'll be back in the Fall.... Molecular Biology Major minoring in Russian Classes: Molecular Biology Biochemistry Organic Chemistry PolSci: 142i National and International Security Russian 1
Link Posted: 5/7/2003 10:08:20 PM EST
Graduating w/ a BS in Chemical Engineering at UC Berkeley. Headed to Grad school at Louisiana State University. It's my ticket out of this state. Gonna have to take 3 grad level classes but im not sure which ones.
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 3:50:49 AM EST
Summer 2003: MATH 244 - Calc IV Fall 2003: CEE 270 - Applied Mechanics PHYS 274 - Quantum, Relativity, etc. EE 260 - Digital Design EE 213 - Basic Circuit Analysis II Spring 2004: EE 324 - Physical Electronics EE 315 - Signals and Systems Analysis EE 341 - Communications Systems MATH 302 - Differential Equations
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 4:24:22 AM EST
HR353 DL Int to Human Resource Management CS300 DL Computers & Society Less than a year for my double major, whoohoo than masters.. then...
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Summer: MECH 4335 Thermo/Heat Transfer Lab MECH 4315 HVAC ELEC 2203 Circuits Lab ENGL 2201 Literary Heritage Fall: MECH 4300 Senior Seminar (Yippee!! Ima senior!!) MECH 4322 Mechanical Design MECH 4314 Fluid Thermal Systems Design MECH 4337 Internal Combustion Engines MECH 4324 Pro-E It seems as though there are a lot of engineer students on here. One year from tonight, I can officially take that student part off. [headbang]
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 6:31:09 AM EST
Summer: PHY 4123 Thermophysics Fall: ENGR 3302 Engineering Lab I PHY 3884 Mathematical Physics I Happy, happy, joy, joy.
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