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Well, I have taken Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, and Linear Algebra & Differential Equations. For engineering, that is all the math I have to take. So, I am done. However, there might a sneaky math class in the upper division classes, but I am not sure. For computer science, I have to take those listed above, as well as Discrete Math, Graph Theory, and Additional Topics in Linear Algebra.

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I thought differential and integral are already in I but I think there's a difference in the number of units between your calculus I and the one I'm thinking of.

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I am....it sounds like we have similar classes. some of the stuff you have next term i didnt take though....i only get asked for 2 physics(im guessing your physics 3 is fields)...circuits is optional for me(we have a bunch of optional credits in my school...)...I took Applied Linear Algebra 1 and 2....maybe something similar to the one you have to take....and Ive also taken Assembly...how much have you got left?

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