This class was tough.
Course Overview:
The course itself is insightful and necessary to all engineering degree seeking students. The information we are learning is fascinating, and focuses on the necessary factions of applications. However, I would not recommend anyone to take this course with this particular professor. While he is a brilliant man, it is his brilliance that makes the course rather difficult if you are unprepared to devote yourself to this class.
Course highlights:
I have gained a vast amount of knowledge on classical (or mechanical) physics. The course covers velocity, kinetics, energy, inertia, and motion in the first few months among other related topics. You are taught how to break down and use every formula needed to solve a variety of hundreds of problems.
Hours per week:
12+ hours
Advice for students:
Stay caught up on the online homework! It will be your saving grace. If you are struggling in any particular area of this course, seek help immediately as it will most likely come in handy. Read the textbook, or at the very least skim over the material before or after class, it will help you comprehend and process the topics taught due to the fast nature of the course.
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
this course gives a new view to students on the natural world, and how everything works.
Course highlights:
the fundamentals were the most important for this course. you can use the key equations to figure out harder problems.
Hours per week:
12+ hours
Advice for students:
working problems after problem after problem.