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Time to bump the thread!

SUMMER 2009
June 8 - July 2 -> Ling 4610: History of the English Language 12:10-2:10 pm MTWRF
July 6 - July 31 -> Ling 4600: Structure of American English 9:50-11:50 am MTWRF

FALL 2009
Phil 4100: Philosophy of Language 12:00-12:50 pm MWF
Phil 4110: Intermediate Logic 1:00-2:15 pm MW
Soc 1000H: Intro to Sociology, Honors 9:30-10:45 am TR
Anthro 2040: Anthropological Linguistics 11:00 am-12:15 pm TR
Music 1841: Marching Mizzou 4:15-6:00 pm TWRF


Mon Mar 09, 2009 12:02 pm
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Yay for 18 hours of fun dumb classes

BIO SCI 211 - Cell Biology - MoWeFr 11:00AM - 11:50AM

CHEM 221 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I - TuTh 9:30AM - 10:45AM, We 2:00PM - 2:50PM

CHEM ENG 120 - Chem Eng Mat & Energy Balances - MoFr 2:00PM - 2:50PM, MoFr 3:00PM - 3:50PM, We 3:00PM - 3:50PM


MATH 204 - Elem Differen Equations - TuTh 11:00AM - 12:15PM

PHYSICS 23 - Engineering Physics I - WeFr 10:00AM - 10:50AM, Mo 6:00PM - 7:50PM, TuTh 1:00PM - 1:50PM


Mon Apr 20, 2009 9:28 pm
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Summer Classes:
Foundations of Education
Measurement and Evaluation (Grad)
Psychology of Exceptional Children (Grad)
Geographic Perspective (100 level requirement)

Fall Classes:
Clinical Experiences in Teaching
History of Science
Physical Geology
...and I need to meet more requirements but nothing else works for me.... need overrides and such.


Mon Apr 20, 2009 10:18 pm
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Tentatively:

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Thu Apr 23, 2009 9:15 pm
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I wish you could have been my teacher for Calc II here, you staying with teaching Calc I the whole time?... Kinder was TERRIBLE! I wish i had Morgan instead.


Thu Apr 23, 2009 9:18 pm
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Well, at least here at Mizzou, it's time to start signing up for next semester already. I don't have an official enrollment date until next Wednesday, but I believe I've basically picked out what I'm taking:

MONDAY/WEDNESDAY/FRIDAY:
9:00-9:50 ----- Anthro 2100H ----- Indigenous Religions (Kelley)
11:00-11:50 -- Ling 4620 ---------- Regional and Social Dialects of American English (Gordon)
12:00-12:50 -- Phil 4210 ----------- Philosophy of Mind (Robbins)
1:00-1:50 ----- Soc 2200 ----------- Social Inequalities (Hermsen)

This leaves my Tuesdays and Thursdays completely open for substitute teaching. Also, I fulfill my requirement of having 2 honors classes a year for the first two years, and the only thing it leaves me to do in my general education requirements is to take one more social science course in some subject that isn't history and also take a writing intensive class.

I'm happy with this, so assuming these classes are open, it's what I'll do. The only thing I would even consider changing is switching the Anthro 2100H class to Classical Humanities 1060H, which is Classical Mythology. That leaves me with needing a ton more requirements later on, so I'd much rather take Indigenous Religions. It also fulfills 3 hours of my 15-hour Multicultural Certificate requirements, which is something I'd like to get in addition to my degree.


<div class="editby">Edited by <a href='http://s4.zetaboards.com/Academic_Competition/profile/89051/'>socalcaptain</a>, Oct 22 2009, 10:23:45 AM.</div>


Mon Oct 19, 2009 10:27 pm
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Chem 112 / Chem 152 Lab

Bio 2960 with Lab

Writing 1

German 301 and maybe conversational German


Mon Oct 19, 2009 11:32 pm
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You did make sure to keep your Saturdays free this time, right, Spencer? Because you know, it's kind of hard to play tournaments when you don't.


Tue Oct 20, 2009 1:03 am
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I haven't actually registered yet. Those are just the classes I am pretty much required to take haha.


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MTH 215 - Discrete Math -- 3
MTH 261 - Calculus 1 -- 5
PHY 220 - Intro to Digital Computing -- 4
CSC 325 - Computer Architecture -- 4

Hopefully I can find a gen ed to fit in here somewhere.


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Tentative Schedule (If any different, there could be one more Bio grad class)

ED 608G Management of Instruction
ED 593 Psychological Foundations of Education
BIOL 503G Evolutionary Biology
BIOL 511G Environmental Physiology of Animals with Lab

I need to take Microbiology but it doesn't look like it will fit in the schedule...this isn't really an ideal schedule for me since I am not really a fan of the teachers of these BIO classes and am unsure whether they will keep me interested in otherwise interesting subjects....we'll find out.


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This thread makes me feel old. I haven't had a full class load in 7 1/2 years. :P


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New schedule. I get to teach my own class next semester. Woot.

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Math 22: Calculus w/Analytic Geometry III (teaching)
Math 315: Intro to Real Analysis
Math 322: Vector and Tensor Analysis
Math 406: Intro to Ring Theory


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Just FYI, this IS my official schedule now:

MONDAY/WEDNESDAY/FRIDAY:
9:00-9:50 ----- Anthro 2100H ----- Indigenous Religions (Kelley)
11:00-11:50 -- Ling 4620 ---------- Regional and Social Dialects of American English (Gordon)
12:00-12:50 -- Phil 4210 ----------- Philosophy of Mind (Robbins)
1:00-1:50 ----- Soc 2200 ----------- Social Inequalities (Hermsen)


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This thread makes me feel as if college will be a lot easier than high school.
Classes for Spring Semester, Senior Year, SLUH:
-Russian IV
-AP BC Calculus (i.e. Calc II)
-AP Psychology
-AP Comparative Government
-British Literature
-American Film Directors
-Spirituality and Prayer


Sun Jan 10, 2010 2:20 pm
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Just realized I never posted mine...XD

Second semester, same as the first!!

Junior Year:
AP British Literature
AP US History
AP Computer Science
Honors Spanish IV
Honors Chemistry
Honors Precalculus
Social Justice


Fri Jan 29, 2010 9:06 pm
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AP Computer Science

Nice to see someone actually has real computer science classes... when I was at Liberty they had one programming class in the catalog, I went through two semesters of Microsoft Office-oriented computer classes to get to it (though admittedly I learned a few useful things about it in the process), and it was canceled because only 2 people were interested. What do you go over in AP Computer Science, anyway?

--EDIT-- Just found Liberty's catalog for this year. Still no programming class but they do have a network administration class that works toward CISCO certification (though this is more IT than Computer Science). The Business department also apparently has a Sports Entertainment Marketing class.


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found Liberty's catalog



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As far as I can tell, AP Computer Science is concerned with the more complicated aspects of Java.
That's what is covered as far as I can tell at SLUH.


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My AP Comp Sci course started off with a couple of weeks in Alice, a program designed for a smooth transition into Java. Then, we did a bit on ethics and the founding fathers and mothers of computers. Since then, we've been full-speed-ahead into Java.


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(Not that anyone cares, but everyone else was posting stuff, so...)

Independent Study :D (SciOly/Engineering stuff)
AP English Lit/Comp
AP Physics (fun class, only 10 people, and we're all good friends)
Latin V
AP Calc BC
AP Biology
Crime & Law (to replace AP US History, because it bored me to death)

Nothing particularly exciting/different, but we don't really have a huge selection of good classes that are both interesting and challenging/academically worthwhile. So, me and my friends (and anyone senior who isn't taking all blow off classes) tend to gravitate to the same classes, more or less.


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...we don't really have a huge selection of good classes that are both interesting and challenging/academically worthwhile...


People from elite public high schools with many more interesting classes than most schools shouldn't post deprecating statements about their school curricula... :D

At the very least, we never had Latin (at my middle to upper middle class public high school).


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Yeah, I mean, what passed for "hard/challenging" classes at my high school were classes like dual-credit American History, English Comp, Calculus, and Anatomy/Microbiology. So Latin, Crime & Law, Computer Science, and any Physics class that is actually worth its salt would have been simply amazing to me.

Notice none of those that I mentioned we had are prefixed with AP. So I didn't even have the luxury of that to perhaps, possibly, increase the academic potential of my classes. I took what would be regarded as a very difficult schedule at South Callaway that would only be somewhat challenging at a larger, more prestigious high school.


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...Crime & Law...


To be fair, a lot of classes like this one are more or less blow-offs dressed up to look much more interesting than they really are. Notably, my You and the Law class was largely me regurgitating textbook descriptions of cases (which I, unfortunately for Quiz Bowl purposes, promptly forgot). Utterly characteristic of the class was winning a Student of the Month award for "the best paper [my teacher] had seen in many years," a work that was one and a half pages long and written in thirty minutes at 2:30 AM.


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Charbroil wrote:
dividebyzero wrote:
...we don't really have a huge selection of good classes that are both interesting and challenging/academically worthwhile...


People from elite public high schools with many more interesting classes than most schools shouldn't post deprecating statements about their school curricula... :D


Probably true, but compared to a lot of other [public] schools in our immediate area, we're pretty small, so we have neither as many teachers to teach a lot of different classes, nor as many students interested enough to sign up for a lot of classes.
Plus, a lot of the stuff that sounds good (economics, crime & law, intro to computer science, business management, integrated computer literacy) are really, as Charles pointed out, just glorified blow off classes, especially for anyone who has the capacity to take even semi-rigorous core classes.

(When I'm talking to people here I always forget that Missouri is almost entirely rural. Or at least as much as the boonies of St. Charles :wink: )


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I wish I could've taken Intro to Comp Sci and then AP Comp Sci, but my schedule was always full and by this year they had cancelled AP Comp Sci at our school due to lack of interest...

anyways, my second semester classes are
1. English Lit
2. Spanish V (Honors option)
3. AP Physics: B
4. Academic Lab (Study hall on B days)
5. Accounting I as a blowoff class
6. AP Calculus AB
7. AP Music Theory
8. Honors Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy and Physiology


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Might as well join the fun:

Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations II
Stochastic Processes
Applied Abstract Algebra
Intermediate Algebra II (teaching)


Tue Feb 02, 2010 10:53 am
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Chris why aren't you in calc BC?


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WillHack wrote:
Chris why aren't you in calc BC?

Regular precalc last year, and i'm lazy as hell.


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Schedule, Summer 2010:
May 17-28 (undecided if I'm actually going to take this or not)
9:00-10:30 -- Rel St 2005 -- Tricksters, Clowns and Contraries -- D. Kelley


June 7-July 30
Online -- Rel St 3005 -- Religion in Science Fiction -- K. Kelley

Schedule, Fall 2010:
August 23-December 8
TR 8:00-9:15 -- Hist 2230 -- Walt Disney and American Culture -- S. Watts
TR 9:30-10:45 -- Stat 1300H -- Elementary Statistics, Honors -- P. Speckman
TR 12:30-1:45 -- Soc 2950 -- Social Research -- J. Thomas
TWRF 4:15-6:00 -- Music 1841 -- Marching Mizzou -- ??????????
W 6:00-8:30 -- Rel St 2910 -- Religion and Contemporary Social Issues -- J. Flanagan

And, no, I'm not intending to have any particular focus in Religious Studies. They just happen to have some cool electives!


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Schedule, Summer 2010:
May 17-28 (undecided if I'm actually going to take this or not)
9:00-10:30 -- Rel St 2005 -- Tricksters, Clowns and Contraries -- D. Kelley


June 7-July 30
Online -- Rel St 3005 -- Religion in Science Fiction -- K. Kelley

Schedule, Fall 2010:
August 23-December 8
TR 8:00-9:15 -- Hist 2230 -- Walt Disney and American Culture -- S. Watts
TR 9:30-10:45 -- Stat 1300H -- Elementary Statistics, Honors -- P. Speckman
TR 12:30-1:45 -- Soc 2950 -- Social Research -- J. Thomas
TWRF 4:15-6:00 -- Music 1841 -- Marching Mizzou -- ??????????
W 6:00-8:30 -- Rel St 2910 -- Religion and Contemporary Social Issues -- J. Flanagan

And, no, I'm not intending to have any particular focus in Religious Studies. They just happen to have some cool electives!


Why oh why did I not go to a real college like Mizzou?? :P


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I will not be taking the May-mester class. Got too much else going on.


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So here's my first semester of classes at Kent

60001 ACCESS TO INFORMATION Thursday 2:15 - 4:55 P.M.

60002 ORGANIZATION OF INFORMATION Tuesday 2:15-4:55 P.M.

60652 FOUNDATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION OF ARCHIVES Monday 1:30 to 4:10 P.M.


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Semester 1:
Term 1 Psychology, Term 2 AP English Lit
Term 1 Art IIA, Term 2 Ceramics
AP Calc AB II
Pre AP Physics BC

Semester 2:
AP English Lit
Pre AP Chemistry
AP Calc BC
AP Physics BC

Our school only has Pre AP Chemistry... -_-


Tue May 25, 2010 1:37 pm
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You have calc II! XD

No time frame yet, but here are the classes (both semesters):

AP Spanish V
AP Calculus
AP American Literature (second half of AP Eng Lit)
AP European History
AP Chemistry
Advanced Physics
P.E.
Faith and Spirituality/Senior Project/Comparative Religions/Senior Service


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Tentative schedule, which I don't like so much, since it involves an 8 am class:

Math 22 - Calculus III (teaching)
Math 303 - Mathematical Modeling
Math 351 - Intro to Complex Variables
Math 485 - Topology I


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Charlie, do you know when Mizzou's class registration opens?


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It's been open for me for months. I remember when I was a freshman, I didn't register for my first semester until I did the summer welcome thing, so that might be when you are supposed to register too.


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It's been open for me for months. I remember when I was a freshman, I didn't register for my first semester until I did the summer welcome thing, so that might be when you are supposed to register too.


Ok, that's what I thought. Thanks.


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Yeah, you'll register for Mizzou classes at Summer Welcome.


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On a loosely related note, anybody know if there's a similar kind of deal for signing up for classes as a freshman at WashU?


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On a loosely related note, anybody know if there's a similar kind of deal for signing up for classes as a freshman at WashU?


You sign up for classes a little bit before orientation. I think it's in early August, if I recall correctly.

Check out this: http://firstyear.wustl.edu/Pages/default.aspx for more information. This should have everything you need to get ready for the upcoming year.


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We didn't sign up until orientation. We met with our 4 year advisors and signed up for classes shortly after we arrived on campus. If you do a summer program, then I believe you can sign up then.


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We didn't sign up until orientation. We met with our 4 year advisors and signed up for classes shortly after we arrived on campus. If you do a summer program, then I believe you can sign up then.


Right--it depends on which school you're with. Engineers sign up earlier, ArtSci people later; I imagine there are additional policies for the other schools (which appear to be available on the website I linked to)


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Senior Year Schedule (both semesters):
A Day:
P1: AP European History
P2: AP Chemistry
P3: Faith and Spirituality, Interim, Comparative World Religions

B Day:
P4: AP Calculus
P5: AP Spanish V
P6: Adv. Physics
P7: AP. English Lit. and Comp.
P8: Mysteriously blank..

I'm not sure why this is so unbalanced...
I have a conflict between Spanish V and PE as well. That'll be interesting.


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Intro to Microeconomics
Beginning Arabic
Calculus 3
Computer Aided Design


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Next semester, I'm taking:

Nothing! Taking a semester off, then future plans are TBD (but they most likely don't involve any more math).


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Next semester:

Monday/Wednesday/Friday:
NOTHING! Substitute teaching!

Tuesday/Thursday:
9:30-10:45 -- Historical Geography of North America
11:00-12:15 -- After the Fact: The Holocaust in Contemporary History, Art and Literature
lunch break
2:00-3:15 -- Recent Theories in Sociology
3:30-4:45 -- Organizations and Institutions

I also applied for a Honors College tutorial program, but I won't know anything about my acceptance into it until after November 19.


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2nd Semester:
1: AP European History
2: AP Chemistry
3: Faith and Spirituality
4: AP Calculus
5: Free (2nd trimester)
5: P.E. (3rd trimester)
6: Adv. Physics
7: AP English Literature and Composition
8: Free


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My second semester at Kent is going to look very interesting. My classes for next semester:

Archival Appraisal
Monday 1:30-5:15 P.M. (Class ends March 28)

INFORMATION SOURCES AND REFERENCE SERVICES
Thursday 5:30 to 8:10 (Full semester)

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR LIBRARY AND INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS
Class is all online (ends April 10)

I'm not keen on the idea of an all-online course, but Kent SLIS is really hitting that hard right now.


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