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What classes are you taking? (Winter/Spring '09)

Connemara

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I'm assuming most people here have registered for their winter and/or spring classes. My school is on a quarter system so I just registered for winter (Jan-March) classes. -History of Early Christianity -Political Participation and Voting Behavior -The Science of Food (yay
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-Intermediate Financial Accounting I
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-European History II
 

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Pulmonology (currently; 2 weeks)
Addiction Medicine (4 weeks)

Next year:

Medicine Sub-internship (4 weeks)
Cardiac Care Unit (4 weeks)
Rehab Medicine (2 weeks)
Cardiotech + Psychiatry (2 weeks each; easy as pie and will be like vacation cause Match is in March and I don't want to work any more after that)
 

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Business Associations (Corporations)
Federal Income Taxation (Tax)
Corporate Reorganizations (Bankruptcy!)
Complex Civil Litigation (Class Actions)
maybe an independent study
 

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i have taken a food science class- is it 201? a guy named culbertson, i think, teaches it (he invented the nutrigrain bar). it is one of the easiest classes i have ever taken.

my window opened to schedule more than a week ago and i am just too lazy to do it. i only have two classes scheduled so far:

psych 321- advanced statistics or somethin
psych 508- judgement and decision making
and research

not sure what other classes i am gonna pick up
 

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ECON-205 Macroeconomics
MKTG-217 Retail Strategy and Structure
SOC-225 Global Politics
STAT-202 Statistics II for Business
ITAL-101 Italian I
 

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Originally Posted by cbusguy
i have taken a food science class- is it 201? a guy named culbertson, i think, teaches it (he invented the nutrigrain bar). it is one of the easiest classes i have ever taken. my window opened to schedule more than a week ago and i am just too lazy to do it. i only have two classes scheduled so far: psych 321- advanced statistics or somethin psych 508- judgement and decision making and research not sure what other classes i am gonna pick up
Yeah, doing it with Culbertson. He invented Nutri-Grain? That is cool.
 

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Intro to Baking & Pastry
Culinary Skills II
Advanced Garde Manger
Advanced Baking & Pastry
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History
 

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This term so far has been extremely easy

Business Law
2 acct classes
Some Finance class
Advanced Mtn Biking (have to take one elective like this)
 

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Originally Posted by Jumbie
Pulmonology (currently; 2 weeks)
Addiction Medicine (4 weeks)

Next year:

Medicine Sub-internship (4 weeks)
Cardiac Care Unit (4 weeks)
Rehab Medicine (2 weeks)
Cardiotech + Psychiatry (2 weeks each; easy as pie and will be like vacation cause Match is in March and I don't want to work any more after that)

what specialty are you thinking about applying to?
 

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Originally Posted by KBW
This term so far has been extremely easy

Business Law


I have always wondered WTH they teach in an undergraduate, one semester class in business law.
 

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Haven't signed up for next semester yet.

So far-
Integrated Topics of Math - full year
Spanish 2 (finally my last year of this) - full year
English 12-Honors - full year
Business Law - will be over in January, never again
 

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Managerial Accounting
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Originally Posted by trd6478
what specialty are you thinking about applying to?

Internal Med. It was either that or Family Practice but I don't like sick kids (and, more importantly, their parents) or pregnant women all that much either.

Right now, I'm planning on an office setting but I'm keeping my options open in case I decide I want to pursue a fellowship. I really quite enjoyed the Nephrology rotation I did but, to be honest, I'm not sure I'm "smart enough" to do it. That may because the attending doc I followed has some kind of super computer up there. Man, he's ridiculously smart!! Nephro really seems to be a lot more comprehensive than some of the other specialties I've seen. They seem to bring in everything and look at multiple systems across the body whereas others appear to limit themselves to just the lungs, hearts, etc.
 

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