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Physics I for Science Students or Engineering Students

basherbasher Registered User Posts: 10 New Member
edited November 2006 in Carnegie Mellon University
I'm a freshman in ECE, and because of a conflict with Modern Bio next semester, I have the option of taking Physics I for Science Students this spring with Franklin OR Physics I for Engineering Students next fall with Vogel. I know Vogel is an excellent prof and that Physics I for Science Students is harder than the Engineering counterpart, but is it a worthwhile class? Would it suck to be a soph in Physics I??
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Replies to: Physics I for Science Students or Engineering Students

  • Messenger29Messenger29 Registered User Posts: 18 New Member
    I'm taking physics I for science students next semester. I actually heard it was the easiest physics clas but I dunno
  • KrazyKowKrazyKow Registered User Posts: 1,526 Senior Member
    Some people I know in engineering have taken physics I for scientists followed by physics II for engineers, so it's something you can do. Physics for scientists is taught in an odd way, but the class can be okay. Some people have trouble because of the weirdness of it.
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