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#1 Aida

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Posted 26 August 2007 - 03:57 PM

A reincarnation of a previous thread. Hmm, so what kind of classes are you taking? :brother:

I currently have 5 on my plate:

Arabic - 1st term, should be beneficial insh'Allah.
Math - elements of calculus & statistics, looking forward to it. Missed having a math class :war:.
Psychology - sleep & dreams
Psychology - drug & alcohol abuse; cause & treatment
Psychology - prevention of psychological disorders

#2 Gulcin

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Posted 28 August 2007 - 03:44 PM

Arabic is lovely! and definitely beneficial, hope you d keep it going.

currently, there still is some more time for the school to get started (yay), so I shall type some courses of the previous semester. hmm, lemme see..

Intermediate Arabic (3rd of 5)
The Politics of Social Welfare in Europe
English-Turkish Translation

these were the most enjoyable ones out of the 10 in total. the rest are major stuff, about teaching, psychology etc.

eagerly waiting for the next term, wanna take courses from different departments, its fun!

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Posted 28 August 2007 - 05:03 PM

-Computer Applications and Writing
-Principles of Human Sexuality
-Psychology of Black Experience
-History and Systems of Psychology
-Physiological Psychology
-Cartography (got dropped :( )

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Posted 28 August 2007 - 10:42 PM

Psychology - prevention of psychological disorders

i havent heard much on the subject of *preventing* psychological disorders. care to enlighten in the span of a post? :flower:


mine:
1. animal physiology and anatomy + lab
2. survey of organic chemistry
3. senior seminar (doesnt really count)
4. soil survey and taxonomy + lab
5. soil fertility and management + lab
6. global ethics
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#5 fatima

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Posted 28 August 2007 - 11:12 PM

i dont get to make my schedule until after i go to orientation apparantly. so i dont know what im taking yet. sigh.

i am excited to be back in school though :flower:

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Posted 29 August 2007 - 08:58 AM

Physical Organic Chemistry
Introduction to Computational Chemistry
Group Theory
and I'm auditing the first semester Quantum Mechanics for Chemists course
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Posted 29 August 2007 - 03:09 PM

macroeconomics
microeconomics
principles of marketing
principles of management
managerial accounting

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#8 Aida

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Posted 29 August 2007 - 08:07 PM

i havent heard much on the subject of *preventing* psychological disorders. care to enlighten in the span of a post? :blobblue:


Nor have I, that's why I registered for the course. From the first two class lectures I could say that it is what the title implies. The causes of psychological disorders are explored and then prevention/intervention methods are discussed.

#9 Vinto-geno

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 02:19 AM

hmmm....so how are these classes going for yalls?

Lets see, I enjoy:
Physical Anthro
Qualitative Methods (Anthro)

okay...those are the only two I like because of the content...the rest, i dunno why I like them. but they're a-okay

Ethnoecology --> I think I like it because of the prof
blegh, I refuse to talk about the rest...
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Posted 14 November 2007 - 05:18 AM

prosthodontics/operative
oral surgery II
pharmacology
periodontology II

and then we have rotations and patients..but the light courseload is so freakin' nice after taking 10-12 classes at a time for 2 years.

#11 Timbit

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 09:42 AM

This semester:
The Qur'an

Next semester:
Five Books of Moses
Hindu Epic
Gender and Genre
Gender in Islam
Cinema Studies
Contemporary Lit. from the Caribbean

I'm excited. :) :(


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#12 Pushpa

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 10:42 AM

This semester:
The Qur'an

Next semester:
Five Books of Moses
Hindu Epic
Gender and Genre
Gender in Islam
Cinema Studies
Contemporary Lit. from the Caribbean

I'm excited. :blobred: :eek:


:pityfool: ;)


wow, your classes sound so interesting. Mine used to sound like this:

Introduction to literary studies: Approaches to Literary Theory & Concepts in Criticism
Victorian & Modern Literature
English Literature 1740-1832
Shakespeare
Old & Middle English

19th Century French Literature
Modern French Literature :vomit:
French Special Authors (from Rabelais to Sartre)
French Language & Grammar
Translation
History of the French Language

Then for my grad school I basically made up my own syllabus:

Portfolio:
The 'Contes' of Voltaire
The plays of Voltaire
History of the Book
Censorship & Tolerance in the Eighteenth Century

Dissertation:
Voltaire & Religious Tolerance

#13 wheelworks

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 10:52 AM

Whats up with all this Physiology and Psychology and Psywhatsits? :pityfool:

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#14 Timbit

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 10:54 AM

wow, your classes sound so interesting. Mine used to sound like this:

Introduction to literary studies: Approaches to Literary Theory & Concepts in Criticism
Victorian & Modern Literature
English Literature 1740-1832
Shakespeare
Old & Middle English

19th Century French Literature
Modern French Literature :blobred:
French Special Authors (from Rabelais to Sartre)
French Language & Grammar
Translation
History of the French Language

Then for my grad school I basically made up my own syllabus:

Portfolio:
The 'Contes' of Voltaire
The plays of Voltaire
History of the Book
Censorship & Tolerance in the Eighteenth Century

Dissertation:
Voltaire & Religious Tolerance


I hope they're interesting! They always sound interesting, don't they? But sometimes they end up being... not. But I hear they actually do start to get interesting in your senior years.

And the classes you had sound exciting, yaar. I always meant to take French in uni, but never found the time for it. Funny how I found time for things like Economics and Enviro Sci though. :eek:

I'm getting sick of English too now. I know for sure I wouldn't want a Master's in it. Maybe in Religion or Women's Studies. Not English Literature.

So you know a lot about Voltaire, eh?


:pityfool: ;)

#15 fatima

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 11:01 AM

i dont get to make my schedule until after i go to orientation apparently. so i dont know what im taking yet. sigh.

i am excited to be back in school though :pityfool:


hahaha i cant believe i wrote that i was excited about school. yeah...

but anyway...my classes right now:

intermediate healthcare economics
biostatistics
intro to health systems management
intro to health policy
accounting

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#16 shsh

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 11:26 AM

macroeconomics
microeconomics
principles of marketing
principles of management
managerial accounting

:pityfool:


i took the AP econ test without even taking the class....i got a 4 *brushes off shoulder*


anyways...classes

AP Physics
AP Biology
Existentionalism
Reading and Writing Across Disciplines
Art
Orchestra
calc.
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#17 Arabatman

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 01:43 PM

Asalaamualaikum,

Here are my classes for next semester inshallah.

CEIE 297 - Industry Internship II-A
CEIE 311 - Structural Analysis
CEIE 360 - Intro to Transport Engineering
CEIE 360 - Lab for Intro to Transport Engineering
CEIE 450 - Environmental Engr Systems
CEIE 456 - Environmental Law
ENGL 302 - Adv Composition (Natural Sci)
STAT 344 - Prob/Stat-Engr/Scient I

I'm probably gonna drop something like usual.

Asalaamualaikum,

-Zahid

#18 heba

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 03:43 PM

this semesteR:
law and business
compensation management
quantitative decision models
labour relations management
english composition

next semester:
organizational staffing
occupational health and safety
reasoning skills
collective bargaining
introduction to criminology

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#19 Scarfy

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Posted 14 November 2007 - 10:41 PM

Computer Applications and Writing
Abnormal Psychology
Principles of Behavior and Learning
Social Psychology
And one more class which I can't remember....

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Posted 15 November 2007 - 11:32 AM

Biochemistry
Basic Pharmaceutics
Biostastics
Intro to pharm care
Pharmaceutical Calculations
Intergrated Lab
Pharmacy in the health care system

4 more weeks till the end of the semester :blobblue:
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