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Spring Schedule Questions

pistolpete463pistolpete463 Registered User Posts: 10 New Member
In the Fall i took,

I have credit for m119 in high school. I feel the course load this semester is very fair and i am doing pretty well in every class. I am also a Direct Admit

For spring I'm fairly certain should i take

but what else? thats only 7 credit hours

The class i could take are
Econ-e 201 (considering taking at cc)
Econ-e 202?
Bus-f 228 (intro to investment banking, 2 credit hour 8 week class)
folk-f 101

I'm kind of puzzled and it sucks that A100 is 1 credit hour only !

Thanks for all your suggestions
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Replies to: Spring Schedule Questions

  • toffa813toffa813 Registered User Posts: 185 Junior Member
    Take some gen eds. Although I'm not quite sure how many you need since they changed the requirements this semester, but get some done. You took 5 I-Core prereqs your first semester, which is pretty unnecessary but it's good you got them done and are doing well. I took 3 my first semester (A100, M118, X104) and 2 gen eds.

    I'm a sophomore and was a DA and I'm in X204 and E201 (which in my opinion isn't nearly as bad as everybody says) right now and I'm taking X201 next semester, and I'm making normal progress. There's no need to bunch all your business classes together.

    I have heard F101 is an easy class, and I would also recommend PSY-P101. McHugh and Vlachos-Weber are both easy graders for P101. If you haven't heard of it, you should definitely look at the grade distribution for all your classes to pick your teachers: Grade Distribution Database: Office of the Registrar: Indiana University Bloomington

    Personally, I would hold off on F228 until closer to the workshop, especially so you are fresher in Haberle's (the prof that runs the IB Workshop) mind when you go to apply, if you decide to do that.
  • sun168sun168 Registered User Posts: 62 Junior Member
    When can a student apply for IBW? Junior year?
  • toffa813toffa813 Registered User Posts: 185 Junior Member
    You apply at the beginning of your junior year: The Investment Banking Network at Indiana University: IBA Index
  • pistolpete463pistolpete463 Registered User Posts: 10 New Member
    ok thank you so much. I actually took a different class instead of W131 but it counts for it, so i just wrote W131.
    Next semester looks like
    Folk 111
    Psy 101
    Bus-a 100 then 2nd 8, F228
    bus-x 204
    bus-x 201
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