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Final Schedule

   Monday       Tuesday    Wednesday   Thursday       Friday    
 8:30    CSE 143 AA
EE1 031
  CSE 143 AA
EE1 031
 
 9:00       
 9:30           
 10:00           
 10:30           
 11:00           
 11:30  MATH 324 C
CHL 015
  MATH 324 C
CHL 015
  MATH 324 C
CHL 015
 12:00     
 12:30           
 1:00           
 1:30  CHEM E 260 A
MEB 235
CHEM E 260 A
BNS 115
CHEM E 260 A
MEB 235
  CHEM E 260 A
MEB 235
 2:00   
 2:30  CSE 143 A
KNE 120
CSE 143 A
KNE 120
  CSE 143 A
KNE 120
 3:00   
 3:30  T C 333 E
LOW 114
  T C 333 E
LOW 114
   
 4:00       
 4:30       
 5:00       

I finally rounded out my schedule today by adding Technical Communications 333 — Advanced Technical Writing and Oral Presentation — in the MW 3:30-5:20 slot. While not as desirable as the MTuWTh 10:30-11:20 slot would have been (which was full), this slot still fits my schedule and adds some “texture” to my weekly schedule. Where by texture I mean I might as well be taking night classes at BCC again.

One of the most interesting things I have noticed about classes here at the UW, as compared to BYU and BCC, is that very few classes (of the ones I’m taking, at least) are a “full” 5 credits. I am in a 3-credit Advanced Multivariable Calculus class, a 4-credit Thermodynamics class, a 4 credit Technical Communications class, and a single 5-credit Computer programming class.

As far as work is concerned, this schedule means that Thursdays will be my daytime workday, with Tuesdays and Fridays being possible late afternoon excursions to work, with Monday and Wednesday being only for when I feel a particular need to work late. Probably what I will end up doing is working Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

2 Responses to “Final Schedule”

  1. nordsieck Says:

    You’ll have to let me know how your computer programming class goes. I’ll be disapointed if they are using Java, but I understand… Same goes for C#.

  2. Jiro Says:

    Ah yes, about the credits at UW, you see, the number of credits you get go down as the classes get more advanced, because you’re only supposed to have 180 credits needed to graduate. They couldn’t fit everything into 36 courses (I had 45 relevant courses total at UW, I think). I hear that this isn’t quite the case for majors such as psych or philosophy.

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