The spring semester is winding down. So far, so good in my classes. While my final grade will depend on the final exam of course, I think I should get A’s in both classes. Astronomy has been pretty easy so far. Its just a matter of paying attenetion in class, showing up for lab, and doing the required stuff. There is not much in the way of problem solving.

My concerns about my math class have been pretty unfounded. A lot of it has come back, and I’ll probably take two more classes in the “refresher” category.

This summer I’m scheduled to take **Physics I** and **Linear Algebra and Differential Equations.** I’ve already taken courses in linear algebra and diffy eq, and I wont get credit for them, but I could use the refresher. I’m taking physics becasue if I do it in the summer, I don’t have to deal with the crush of freshman taking it in the fall.

The course load I’m looking at in the fall is going to be much harder.

Geodynamics I Lab 9:05 – 11:05am M

Geodynamics I Lecture 1:25 – 2:15pm Tu, ThPhysics II 12:20 – 1:10pm M,Tu,W, F

Physics Discussion

Physics II Lab 2:30 – 4:25pm ThMathematical Logic 2:30 – 3:20pm M, W, F

Cryptology and Number Theory 3:35 – 5:00pm M, W

Multivariable Calculus/Vector Analysis 1:25 – 2:15pm W F

Multivariable Calculus/Vector Analysis 4:40 – 6:30pm Tu

Multivariable Calculus/Vector Analysis 4:40 – 5:30pm Th

That’s a total of 19 credits. The multivariate is another brush-up course, but the rest are all new stuff that can apply to degrees.

## One reply on “Summer School”

1. Cryptology sounds really cool

2. Freshman Physics means freshman women too. Lots of nerdy freshman women–right up your alley.

3. Can you change CPS Daily to CPS Connection?