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Course Schedule

Below is a listing of my planned academic schedule while at Mudd, and it is subject to change depending on the courses offered, conflicts when registration comes up, or just by me changing my mind. 

Current as of 16 March 2013 -- Pursuing a Double Major in Engineering and Computer Science.

Legend: This font color is scheduled, taking, or have taken, whereas this font color is planned.

Senior:

First Semester (21.5 Credits)
  • Chemical and Thermal Processes (E82)
  • Engineering Seminar (E123)
  • Computability and Logic (CS 81)
  • Algorithms (CS 140)
  • Computer Science Clinic I (CS 183)
  • Computer Science Colloquium (CS 195)
  • Ethics: Ancient and Modern (PHIL 122)
  • Business Law (ECON 191)
  • Robert Day School Workshop (FIN 301A)
  • Dance - Intl Standard Beginning (PE 34)
  • Dance - Social Beginning (PE 37)
Second Semester (19 Credits)
  • Engineering Seminar (E124)
  • Computer Systems (CS105)
  • Programming Languages (CS131)
  • Computer Science Clinic II (CS184)
  • Computer Science Colloquium (CS195)
  • Choice Humanity, Social Sciences, and the Arts Course
  • Choice Humanity, Social Sciences, and the Arts Course
  • Choice Humanity, Social Sciences, and the Arts Course

Junior:

First Semester (19 Credits)
  • Continuum Mechanics (E83)
  • Electronic and Magnetic Circuits and Devices (E84)
  • Advanced Systems Engineering I (ENGR 101)
  • Engineering Clinic (E111)
  • Engineering Seminar (E121)
  • Microprocessor-Based Systems: Design and Applications (E155)
  • Computer Science Colloquium (CS 195)
  • Accounting for Decision Making (ECON 086)
Second Semester (19 Credits)
  • Advanced Systems Engineering II (E102)
  • Engineering Seminar (E122)
  • Computer Systems (CS 105)
  • Software Development (CS 121)
  • Computer Science Colloquium (CS 195)
  • Discrete Mathematics (MATH 55)
  • Classical Mythology (CLAS 121)
  • Organizational Behavior (ORST 135)

Sophomore:

First Semester (18 Credits)
  • Introduction to Ongineering Systems (E59)
  • Electromagnetic Theory and Optics (PHYS 51)
  • Image Processing and Optical Recognition Laboratory (CL 57)
  • Financial Economics (ECON 104)
  • Digital Electronics and Computer Engineering (E85)
  • Principles of Computer Science (CS 60)
  • Programming Practicum (CS 189)
  • Fencing (PE 222)
Second Semester (18.5 Credits)
  • Experimental Engineering (E80)
  • Applied Math for Engineering (E72)
  • Autonomous Robot Navigation (E190Q)
  • Advanced Problems in Engineering (E191)
  • Data Structures and Program Development (CS 70)
  • Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON 53)
  • Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 90)
  • Fencing (PE 222)
Summer (6 Credits Plus Research)
  • Research in the LAIR with Professor Clark
  • Public Speaking (ENVS 055)
  • 2012: Prophecy, Apocalypse (RLST 179B)

Freshman:

First Semester (19 Credits, Excluding Audit)
  • General Chemistry Intensive (CHEM 19)
  • Chemistry: Structure (CHEM 23S)
  • Chemistry: Energetics (CHEM 23E)
  • Introduction to Computer Science (CS5 Gold)
  • Autonomous Vehicles (E11)
  • Art and Application of Calculus (MATH 15)
  • Calculus (MATH 30 Black)
  • Probability and Statistics (MATH 35)
  • Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MATH 190, Audited)
  • Putnam Seminar (MATH 191)
  • Swim Conditioning (PE 15)
  • Physics Laboratory (PHYS 22)
  • Special Relativity (PHYS 23)
  • Introduction to Academic Writing (WRIT 1)
Second Semester (18.5 Credits)
  • Introduction to Biology (BIO 52)
  • Chemistry: Dynamics (CHEM 23D)
  • Chemistry Laboratory (CHEM 24)
  • Introduction to Engineering Design and Manufacturing (E4)
  • Critical Inquiry: Facts and Interpretations (HSA 10)
  • Introduction to Linear Algebra (MATH 40)
  • Introduction to Differential Equations (MATH 45)
  • Mechanics and Wave Motion (PHYS 24)
Summer Courses (3 Credits)
  • Multivariable Calculus (MATH 60)
  • Differential Equations and Linear Algebra II (MATH 65)

Tentative Total: 163 Credits at Graduation (27% more than the required 128).