What classes are you taking this semester?

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#51 Posted by Allicrombie (25145 posts) -

This quarter I'm taking

-Human LifeSpan Development

-Philosophy - Ethics

-Human Sexuality

Next quarter I have:

-Social Psychology

-Culture, Ethnicity and Diversity

-Psychology of Child Development

fun stuff !

#52 Edited by BranKetra (48260 posts) -

@Allicrombie said:

@BranKetra said:

Update:

I got in full-time this semester despite obstacles.

I am enrolled the following courses:

United States History II

Literature: Poetry and Drama

Math course

Ethics course

love Literature and History courses.

I attended my first history class for this semester a few hours ago. It was my first night class ever and I liked it. I start studying ENGL 2020 as soon as I receive my book which is currently shipping.

#53 Posted by Allicrombie (25145 posts) -

@BranKetra: that's great. My books are hella expensive, the psych books are like 200 a pop.

#54 Posted by BranKetra (48260 posts) -

@BranKetra: that's great. My books are hella expensive, the psych books are like 200 a pop.

Yes. My school bookstore is like that, so Barnes and Noble was the rational alternative. They cost very much, anyway, though not as extremely.

I see you are enrolled in some interesting courses and you have more planned for later.

#55 Posted by wizdom (10066 posts) -

@behardy24:

Fall 2014

Mth-148 (Bus. Cal)

Econ-355 (Money and Banking)

Act-1340 (Managerial Accounting)

Psci-101L (Astronomy lab course)

#56 Edited by alim298 (1268 posts) -

Dynamics

Numerical methods

Engineering mathematics (I think it's called calculus 3 in most universities)

Strength of materials 1

Materials science

Fundamentals of electrical engineering 1

P.E.1

And if there's any classes available also physics laboratory 1 or 2

#57 Posted by bforrester420 (1378 posts) -

No classes, but I'm thinking of studying for, and taking, the CPA exam.

#58 Edited by achilles614 (4849 posts) -

@Allicrombie said:

@BranKetra: that's great. My books are hella expensive, the psych books are like 200 a pop.

Yes. My school bookstore is like that, so Barnes and Noble was the rational alternative. They cost very much, anyway, though not as extremely.

I see you are enrolled in some interesting courses and you have more planned for later.

I went to the school bookstore for my first few semesters...never again. I stick to amazon or something like abebooks.com, got a $180 semiconductor book for $11 including expedited shipping.

#59 Posted by themajormayor (25713 posts) -

@alim298 said:

Dynamics

Numerical methods

Engineering mathematics (I think it's called calculus 3 in most universities)

Strength of materials 1

Materials science

Fundamentals of electrical engineering 1

P.E.1

And if there's any classes available also physics laboratory 1 or 2

Sounds like pretty difficult stuff

#60 Posted by RadecSupreme (4646 posts) -

Fundamentals of Computer Systems

Professional and Technical Writing

Physics 1 with Calculus

Introduction to Labor Studies (elective)

#61 Edited by alim298 (1268 posts) -

@themajormayor said:

@alim298 said:

Dynamics

Numerical methods

Engineering mathematics (I think it's called calculus 3 in most universities)

Strength of materials 1

Materials science

Fundamentals of electrical engineering 1

P.E.1

And if there's any classes available also physics laboratory 1 or 2

Sounds like pretty difficult stuff

Yep. Mechanical engineering requires a lot of dedication. I have to do better this semester.Last semester didn't go as planned :(

#62 Posted by Big_Pecks (5253 posts) -

Communication Design
Colour in Context
Drawing Visualization
Typography
Global Visual and Material Culture

#63 Posted by zpluffy (251 posts) -

-The Art of Penetrating

-Verticality Physics

-Timing the Encore

-Releasing the Organisms

#64 Posted by awesome3496 (2162 posts) -
  1. Speech Fundamentals
  2. Rhetoric and Writing
  3. U.S History to 1877
  4. Introduction to Algebra -_-
  5. World Politics
  6. Transitions

#65 Edited by Marth6352 (32 posts) -

1. Aerospace design and analysis 2

2. Aerodynamics 3

3. Aircraft stability and control

4.Fundamentals of Propulsion

5. fundamentals of propulsion lab

6. Aerospace design project ( Boeing competition)

7. Aerospace instrumentation

#66 Posted by Marth6352 (32 posts) -

@alim298 At my school you they are separate courses. We take calculus 3, then differential equations, then engineering math.

#67 Posted by Regent192 (6701 posts) -
  • Cognitive science
  • CORE (some complex writing course)
  • Pre-calc
  • Computer science and engineering
#68 Posted by -Blasphemy- (2961 posts) -

English 101

Math 101

Accounting

Intro to Information Technology

#69 Edited by Toxic-Seahorse (4119 posts) -

Calculus 2

Discrete Structures 2

Java Programming

#70 Posted by Zombiekiller360 (372 posts) -

Algebra

Sociology - Family/ Intimate relationships

Cultural Anthropology

English 101

#71 Posted by TwistedShade (3155 posts) -

Introduction to Computer Graphics and Geography 101.

I've been taking College very slow with two classes per Semester. Partly because I need to refresh myself and haven't taken my College's Accuplacer yet, and partly because I'm a triplet so we have a car problem if we all start taking 3-4 classes each.

#72 Posted by macchiatoman (36 posts) -

Mathematical process, communication skills, Physical Education and Dhan Class :P (Rohan Blood feud isen server) lol