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Computer programming/science for me..
Philosophy is a close second place....
Philosophy no doubt. Loved it but hard class.
There are only four answers to any question: Yes, No, I don't know, or the Correct Answer.
Systematic Theology last semester.
That one was a doozy
"What did he do? All he did was score!" - John Ward
Spanish at UTK. Take that at Pellissippi State in the Summer.
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Marketing 360 at UTK. Trap class.
Statistics from a foreigner who spoke little English. I almost died!
"Those with the most invested are the last to surrender."
Circuits, soon to be passed by Signals and Systems in the fall
Edit: at UTk. Physics 232 (quantum physics) is a close second
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Butch Jones. Who???
It was so long ago but i think it was the second level Chemistry. The coolest class I had was a Graduate Management class at Mercer University where we split the class up in teams which each represented a company and we played a computer simulated game all semester. The team with the highest stock price at the end of the semester won. Really enjoyed seeing how all functional areas can impact the company (stock price).
Plant science 220. Had to memorize 140 plants and scientific names. It was rough.
Statistics at UTK, worked hard for a C+
Not crazy hard but I hate Western Civ with a passion.
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I took a history course at Delaware called Ancient Religion and Civilization. The test format consisted of filling a blue book with as many terms as possible from the lectures, writing at least a paragraph about each. There were 50-75 terms a week and 3 tests.
I got a D+.
Somehow managed a B+ in philosophy
You're a brave soul
With you there. I just despised all chem classes.
Architectural Physics and Advanced Calculus.
Back in the day Western Civ was UTs weedout course. I believe about 20% failed. I hated that one.
Amen bro ... got a C and felt lucky! No prob w/calculus but organicChem killed me, and the rest of the class too.
Elasticity my senior year.
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