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what classes are you taking this semester robots?
>Elementary statistics
>Nursing skills
>Some religion course
>tfw history major that transferred to a new college mid-year
>registered for classes a month after regular students
>the only 300 - level classes that were still open were bullshit like Indian burial rituals Ancient Korean history
>all the cool shit about the Romans, The Middle Ages or the 19th century were full

Just fuck my semester up
Pathophys is some serious shit, dude.
I'm taking the how to market to college students one.
It can't be too bad. Everyone said micro was hard and I came out with a B+.
Information security management
multimedia business applications development

Only need one to graduate, but gotta take 6 units for the loan.
intro EE 2
Phys 1
Calc 2
computer science
Functional Analysis
Differential Equations III
Research Seminar

>tfw STEM master race
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Physics, French, World History, Applied Calculus.

I'm a little worried about French. Fucking foreign language requirements....
Mandatory Courses:
Principles of Macroeconomics
Legal Environment of Business
Financial Accounting
Composition II
Classes I want to take:
Russian Culture

Fuck schooling, I had to fight tooth and nail with my advisor and drop a course to take Russian Culture. I get that I need a certain set of courses completed within a certain time to continue with my major but fuck off, I want to take at least ONE course I'd actually enjoy and that didn't make me consider killing myself every weekend like last semester.
I took american sign language, shit was cash.
Why can't you just pick your own courses? In the entire time I went to college, no one ever told me what to take.
Algebra III (Galois theory and Noether's theorem)
Numerical analysis
Vector Calculus (redoing because I failed)'
Introduction to interface programming

>tfw barely passing math major
Thanks for taking Russian Culture. We're usually glad when westerner Whites are interested in our culture.
Because I'm in my university's school of business. There are a few things
1: If I want to go from pre-major to major, I need to complete a set of 8 required courses before I attain 60 credits.
2: If I want to get financial aid from the state, I need to become a major before I have 60 credits, so basically, I need to complete 8 required courses to get aid. Which I need because I have to fund schooling on my own.

Basically I'm watching everyone else take courses that interest them and that they have fun with while I drone away. I hate it but I do it because I'm more interested in the long-run aspect of my major and the real-world possibilities. It's just annoying seeing someone hang out in the dorms playing guitar chords and claim it as "studying" because they take intro to rock guitar or some gay shit like that.
gastrointestinal pathology
male reproductive pathology
female reproductive pathology
Post-Sovietic Russia
Elementary Russian I
Sociological theories : From Marx to Frankfurt School
Qualitative Methodology

Should be enjoyable, overall.
>The Physical Earth
>Probabilistic Methods
>Parallel & Cloud Computing

Might be adding either Discrete Mathematics with Applications or Foundations of Mathematics because I'm thinking of picking up a math major in addition to my computer science major (I can finish it in a year since I have some of the required courses done and the electives mostly done).

I'm thinking of doing this because they kicked me out of senior project because I didn't have a prereq done despite having an authorized,by the instructor even, prereq override. So now my graduation has been delayed by a year.

Senior project is a 2 quarter sequence and they don't offer it in the summer, so I have to wait until next year and next year they're changing the requirements for the class so I'll have to take additional prereq classes.
take discreet math if you want easy mode
in most unis that course is one of the easiest you can take
Quantum Mechanics III
Statistical Physics II
Computational Physics
Introduction to Nuclear Physics I
Molecules of Life
I assume you're one of those morons posting:
Translation Theory
History of Translation
Technical-Scientific Terminology
Linguistics for Translation

No, I'm one of those people replying to the post at hand.
>When westerner Whites
I'm not white.
Freshman comp, psychology, college alg, and yoga

Human Physiology
Organic Chemistry
then you should be studying African tribal dances desu

I'm not black desu
Introduction to taco making?
Ching chong 101?

I mean I'm not Mexican but I guess "Intro to Tacos".
I've already taken Discrete Math (it's a requirement for the CS major and a prereq for Discrete Mathematics with Applications).

The Discrete Math with Applications class is actually about a bunch of mathematical theories/models that have their basis in discrete math which are nonetheless quite relevant to computer science as well.

If I want to pick up a secondary math major though, I'd have to take Foundations of Mathematics because it's a prereq to almost every math course the department offers.
Descriptive set theory
Functional Analysis
Teaching Practice (I'll give a calc II)
Physics I

I should've taken that physics class when I was in first semester but I procrastinated till now (6th semester), it's gonna be retarded.
Fuck, that was meant for

Nice trips, btw
Honours Algebra II (Mostly linear algebra it seems)
Honours Analysis II (Not sure what this is about, analysis has always been a mystery to me)
Introduction to Computer Systems (how a computer works at a low level)
Honours Algorithms and Data Structures
Basic Materials: Western Music

I took 3 math classes last semester and it was a struggle even if I ended up with pretty decent grades; taking only 2 classes now. The computer science classes I had up to date were really really easy. Honours Algorithms actually seems more challenging on the other hand.
you must've taken anlysis I before analysis ii no?
Same, but I'm taking java 2 instead of EE.
I'm going to take English and Psychology. It's going to be my first semester of uni and I know it will definitely be bad. I will make no friends, fuck no girls, get b's at best, I will be made fun of and treated as a subhuman on a daily basis, and I will have to spend my hard earned shekels on textbooks and a laptop
none, I'm fucking graduated
working at a grocery store
Yeah, I did. I know that it has something to do with real numbers, sequences, and eventually functions, but I had a hard time understanding it. I ended up memorizing a bunch of proofs for the exams, but I wouldn't know how to prove something analysis-y on my own.

I'm wondering if I should just ditch the math major or take it as a minor and concentrate only on computer science (or maybe switch to engineering)
They let you take topology before being done with calc? weird. what prerequisites does topo have for you?
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Quantitative Analysis
Intergovernmental Relations
Practice and Theories of Public Policy
I start late January

>Advance investment analysis
>Advance corporate finance
>Business policy
>Credit risk analysis

I don't want to take journalism, I'm waiting out for another 4 credit class or I might just take 2 psych classes. I don't know what's a better option.
Engineering Geophysics
Economic Geology
American Literature II

I'm looking more forward to the lit class than I am anything else.
wtf didn't you understand? Is it the first proof-based math course you've ever taken, or did you take an introductory proof based math course before that?

What kinda course is passable by memorizing proofs? that sounds like shit, your uni's math faculty is faulty and you seem to not be learning math anyway so ditch the major.
American Foreign Policy
Inter-American Relations
Globalization / Indian Ocean History

I'm going to try to fit a Chinese lang course in their too if i can move a discussion around.
Calc 2
Intro to engineering & design
History of Britain 1688 - Present
I had a kind of introductory course before, yeah. In algebra we did some proofs as well, but these were more straightforward to me. For example you had to prove that the intersection of two subrings was a subring, you just basically showed that the properties applied. In analysis, it seemed to me like a bunch of messing around with epsilons and half-epsilons and deltas and triangle inequalities until all of a sudden a single epsilon appeared in the end and the proof was closed. When I reread the proofs, I could make sense that they worked (for most of them) but I would not have been able to figure it how to arrive to them.
Analytical Chemistry
Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry
Physics 2
19th Century German Lit
And then a research credit or two

What did you study?

noblox robo k?
Elementary Statistics
Intermediate Spanish
Find your Voice (shitty writing requirement)
and i'm putting together a class called businesss meditation w/ a professor I like and some friends.
Exepct when your school has an entire department just for discrete math
none, because I just graduated, fuck yeah

now I just need to find a job, how hard could that be......
Intro to Comparative Politics
Introduction to the Middle East
History Capstone
Special Topics: Napoleon

It's my last semester and break semester. I have all the credits towards my major
Electricity and Magnetism (physics)
Mass Balance
Differential Equations
Some bullshit writing/literature course
>Stats 2
>Intro to CompSci 2
>Abstract Algebra 2
>Mexican American Culture

Because fuck senior year
Still grinding out my core classes

Writing and comp 2
International Studies
US a comprehensive survey
Physics I (w/ Lab)
Programming Principles 2
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Dropout 1
Suicidal thoughts 9001
>soil mechanics
>surveying ( CE )

>Guitar Lessons
>Voice lessons
>First Year Choir
>Music Theory 2
>Aural Skills 2
>Digital Music Production 1

Thinking about dropping choir and taking piano lessons instead. I'm 26 and I'm not really good at making my voice sound exactly like everybody else's. My voice cuts through the crowd no matter how soft I try to make it and I'm always getting dirty looks from those kids around me.

BTW music students are uppity little cunts.
Theory of computation
Graph theory
Principles of Managerial accounting
Intro to mathematical finance
Philosophy of Science
Artificial intelligence

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circuit analysis
programming for EE (c++)
semiconductor physics
some engineering modeling class
some professional development class

who /firstyearEEstudent/ here
>Calc and Vectors
>2 other shitty classes
>Software Engineering
>Artifical Intellignece
>Graph Theory
>Algorithm Analysis

/lastyearEEstudent/ here!

Independent Study
Power Systems
>one Education Leadership course
>one Education Psychology course
>political science
College Algerbra
Prgrm: Basic
Intro to Engineering
Intro to Philosphy
Dropping out, so I dropped all my classes and am using the refund to live it up before I kill myself
that's cool

I am /firstyearEEstudent/ and I'm pretty sure I'm just going to drop out. I'm too stupid for school.
Woops, didn't mean to reply to you>>25633499
Anatomy II
Electricity and Magnetism

15 credits. I'm trying to find a final three-credit course that interests me and fits my schedule, but I haven't been able to. I'm going to be so bored with so little credits.
Maybe take an ESL class, you illiterate fuck
I don't understand how anything I said makes me illiterate. You're also incredibly rude.
>go into this thread expecting ThinkPad shitposting and anti-Apple spergs
>Realize I'm not on /g/
Good job /r9k/
this. fuck college my nigg
28, already have a worthless BA, and going back to CC.

>micro econ
>accounting 1a
>auto shop
>little credits
Little fan only be used when the subject isn't quantitative.
The proper word to use is "few".

You're also a gigantic retarded faggot.
Kill yourself, nigger
Wow, your dick is so little.
Confirmed for roastie
>completely BTFO
>w-w-well you have a small penis! XP

Get clobbered, bitch
>autism, the post
No one cares, you obsessive faggot.
Calculus III
CS 1570
Physics II
Circuits I
>complains about little vs fewer
>greentexts in in complete sentences.

Don't worry, >>25633579-chan, no one important thinks >>25633721-baka is any more than a rude bully.
>Samefag: the faggot
Doj, turn your trip back on, you whiteknight cucklord
I can't into academics. I only like procrastination.
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NEETism 101, because I'm not a normalfaggot.
>Programming Logic & Design
>Computer Systems
>Women Artists
>Democracy in Troubled Times
>Scientific Revolutions
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Confirmed for retard
>completely BTFO
>w-w-well your're le samefag detexted! :D :D :D

Get clobbered, bitch

Don't you have a subreddit to be moderating, austimo?
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>Calc 2
>Programming Structures and Abstractions
>American Popular Music

I slacked like a motherfucker last semester. I'm going in this time with a better mindset, I know I'll do better.
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Thank you my white knight. ;3

Your dick is HUGE!!!
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I don't like you any more.
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W-what? Why not?
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If you have to ask me, you will never know.
Gender Studies and Memeology
>mining massive datasets
>computer organization and architecture
>Classical Mechanics and EM
>calc III
>introduction to artificial intelligence
>linear algebra applied to matrices
>History of Ancient Greece
>Making of the Modern World
>Intermediate Microeconomics
>Calculus II

>tfw MMW teacher memorizes your name and forces tells you in front of 100 other kids to discuss a question with the girl next to you in lecture
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Lover, why? ;_;

I just use reaction images that I find are perfect when it comes to conveying my feelings. I don't have a particular liking for Akari...
Modern symbolic logic (philosophy)
Am history
Metaphysics (Phil in 16th-17th Cen)
Roman classics
>failing vector calculus
>taking topology, algebra III and vector calculus
Second semester sophomore math major. Figured this year I'd start going for an econ minor as well and might turn it into a double major if I have time.
Courses for my major/minor:
>Linear Algebra
>Complex Variables (sort of the Calculus version of Complex Analysis since my school doesn't offer that class to undergrads)
>Principles of Macroeconomics
>Principles of Financial Accounting (technically not for my major but I want to keep the possibility of being an actuary open and adviser said this would help)
Gen-Eds/Core Requirements:
>Random ass english class
>Random ass theology class
Modern Logic was the one class I was really excited to take this semester but apparently it's not being offered again until next semester. Still pissed about that.
Sounds like a pretty cool semester.
No offense but you sound like you're in for Hell this time around. Also confused that you're allowed to take Topology before finishing a Calc sequence, does your school separate multivariable calc and vector calc? Because that would kind of make sense then (not that I know much about topology or what it would require anyway).
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Intro to >>25630047
I just graduated history :)

Any GAMSAT bros here? I'm taking it this march.
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2 bullshit elective online classes. a capstone course, audit and assurance, and intermediate 2
>"Advanced" statistics
>Macroeconomics of the UK economy
>Fundamentals of finance
>Introduction to management accounting
Guess my degree la
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Advanced composition
AKA wasting time in community college
Ph.D. in No Jobs
Alright I'll bite. Why?
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Apparently you're not aware of the job market.
93% employment rate Tbh
Dude nice
original comments ss
Rate mine, Comp Eng major
>not STEM
Love you man
quant finance
Only thing I can say is that vector analysis type classes are cancer for the most part and suck a lot of dick
Nah. BA, yes BA. Economics.
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>history major
Yeah its gonna be a rough one, but I haven't missed a lecture yet and I'm not slacking this quarter, literally a week ahead on hw, really want to bring up my GPA even with this monster schedule. I've always wanted to do aero engineering but the job market scares me, and I figure I can fit in aero with this major too if I get lucky, even if its in offhand way
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>Healthcare Info Security
>Network Perimeter Security
>Mystery of God (Catholic uni.)
>Advanced Computer Forensics
>Core: Elementary Japanese I

After this semester, I only need five more classes to get my BA in Computer Security. Almost there, bros.
ya aeros alright. i picked it not because i liked it, but because i hated every single other eng more. even mechanicals deal with too much thermo and i fucking hate thermo desu senpai
Curious what your major is
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