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Re: Post your fall courses
« Reply #15 on: June 05, 2009, 04:48:30 pm »
EC441 Networks
EC447 Software Design
EC463 Senior Design I
EC504 Adv. Data Structures
EC728 Design/Testing of Software-Intensive Systems

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Re: Post your fall courses
« Reply #16 on: June 05, 2009, 05:39:47 pm »
Is EC electrical/computer engineering?

Also, what's the syllabus look like for the data structures course?

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« Reply #17 on: June 05, 2009, 07:06:08 pm »
Yes it is, and I don't have a full syllabus but the course description is:
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Review of basic data structures and Java syntax. Data abstraction and object-oriented design in the context of high-level languages and databases. Design implementation from the perspective of data structure efficiency and distributed control. Tailoring priority queues, balanced search trees, and graph algorithms to real-world problems, such as network routing, database management, and transaction processing.

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Re: Post your fall courses
« Reply #18 on: June 05, 2009, 07:14:52 pm »
My data structures class is:

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Data Structures and Programming (4) Lecture--3 hours; discussion--1 hour. Prerequisite: courses 20, 40 (C++ and UNIX); grade of C- or better in each course. Design and analysis of data structures for a variety of applications. Trees, heaps, searching, sorting, hashing, graphs. Extensive programming. Not open for credit to students who have completed course 110.

I haven't taken course 20, but whatever. I may also switch to course 50, which is assembly language, since 60 (data structures) is now being taught by a graduate student and I'd rather have a teacher who's been teaching for 10+ years like mine has. (The professor that's teaching 50 was originally teaching 60, but he was switched.)
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Re: Post your fall courses
« Reply #19 on: June 05, 2009, 10:08:48 pm »
Yes it is, and I don't have a full syllabus but the course description is:
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Review of basic data structures and Java syntax. Data abstraction and object-oriented design in the context of high-level languages and databases. Design implementation from the perspective of data structure efficiency and distributed control. Tailoring priority queues, balanced search trees, and graph algorithms to real-world problems, such as network routing, database management, and transaction processing.


Description is pretty much what I meant.  Looks pretty interesting.  Is this a graduate course?  I assume you guys have seen priority queues, BSTs, network flow, etc. before and this is a more rigorous continuation or something?

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« Reply #20 on: June 06, 2009, 07:48:02 am »
Yes it is, and I don't have a full syllabus but the course description is:
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Review of basic data structures and Java syntax. Data abstraction and object-oriented design in the context of high-level languages and databases. Design implementation from the perspective of data structure efficiency and distributed control. Tailoring priority queues, balanced search trees, and graph algorithms to real-world problems, such as network routing, database management, and transaction processing.


Description is pretty much what I meant.  Looks pretty interesting.  Is this a graduate course?  I assume you guys have seen priority queues, BSTs, network flow, etc. before and this is a more rigorous continuation or something?
We see some basic data structures in the Intro. Software Engineering Class, basically, stacks/queues in STL, then we take an entire class on Algo and Data Structures which is the most overly difficult class I have ever taken, and this is the graduate level continuation of it.

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Re: Post your fall courses
« Reply #21 on: June 07, 2009, 09:50:04 am »
We see some basic data structures in the Intro. Software Engineering Class, basically, stacks/queues in STL, then we take an entire class on Algo and Data Structures which is the most overly difficult class I have ever taken, and this is the graduate level continuation of it.

Ah, cool.  I took a graduate level algorithms course last semester.  It was definitely one of the more fun classes I've taken.

I think my favorite things out of that class were van Emde Boas trees and Splay/Linking&Cutting trees.  You'll have to let me know if you guys do either of those.  VEB trees are especially 'fun' to talk about, haha.

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Re: Post your fall courses
« Reply #22 on: June 07, 2009, 03:42:47 pm »
We see some basic data structures in the Intro. Software Engineering Class, basically, stacks/queues in STL, then we take an entire class on Algo and Data Structures which is the most overly difficult class I have ever taken, and this is the graduate level continuation of it.

Ah, cool.  I took a graduate level algorithms course last semester.  It was definitely one of the more fun classes I've taken.

I think my favorite things out of that class were van Emde Boas trees and Splay/Linking&Cutting trees.  You'll have to let me know if you guys do either of those.  VEB trees are especially 'fun' to talk about, haha.
It definitely is going to be one of the more enjoyable classes I'm taking this semester, but I'm really looking forward to "Random Network Algorithms" in Spring '10.

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Re: Post your fall courses
« Reply #23 on: June 08, 2009, 12:41:17 am »
so my school cleared out my wishlist and they halted my access to my class page saying "due to budget cuts...we have to cancell some classes...and you will not be able to register until august 25th." I am suppose to start class early sept. WTF

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Re: Post your fall courses
« Reply #24 on: June 08, 2009, 05:30:56 pm »
so my school cleared out my wishlist and they halted my access to my class page saying "due to budget cuts...we have to cancell some classes...and you will not be able to register until august 25th." I am suppose to start class early sept. WTF
That sucks a lot!  Our school is experiencing budget cuts, too, but nothing like that.  The most that has happened thus far is they lowered the amount of one of my scholarships.
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Re: Post your fall courses
« Reply #25 on: June 08, 2009, 09:15:41 pm »
they also took my cal grant away :(

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Re: Post your fall courses
« Reply #26 on: June 20, 2009, 10:08:01 am »
Enrolled for - 2009 Fall
Course   Title   
ENHS-603-40   SURVEY OF ENVIRON HEALTH
EPID-603-01   EPIDEMIOLOGIC METHODS
TRMD-605-01   MEDICAL HELMINTHOLOGY
TRMD-607-01   MEDICAL PROTOZOOLOGY
TRMD-609-01   PARASITOLOGY LAB
TRMD-617-01   IMMUNOLOGY
TRMD-702-01   PARASITOLOGY SEMINAR

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Re: Post your fall courses
« Reply #27 on: August 14, 2009, 12:55:47 pm »
Intro to Business Systems
Calculus w/ Matrices
Business & Professional Ethics
Legal Environment of Business
Accounting II
Microeconomics
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Re: Post your fall courses
« Reply #28 on: August 15, 2009, 10:04:16 am »
Bio 100
Bio lab
ocean 100
poly psy 101
psy 211
phil 101

then I am done with GE requirements.

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Re: Post your fall courses
« Reply #29 on: August 16, 2009, 02:21:21 am »
BioChem
Organic Chem 2
Organic I lab
Molecular Genetics (second genetics course)
Anat
Anat lab
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