CS Class Scheduling - what is more important/useful?

<p>Hello everyone!</p>

<p>I'd like to take my humanities requirement (only 3 credits) sometime during the Spring/Fall semester. Does anyone know if the Philosophy Logic classes help with EECS classes? I'm a little concerned after EECS 203 (GSI says I'm looking at a B+ ... hoping to bump it up to an A-, but I'll be okay with it if I don't). </p>

<p>For Spring ... here are my choices: (I'd like to take 2 classes or a 6 credit schedule) </p>

<p>MATH 417. Matrix Algebra </p>

<p>ECON 323. Econ and Gender (SS) </p>

<p>PHIL 303. Intro Symbol Logic (HU ... would make my Mondays tough tho) </p>

<p>For Fall: (15 credit schedule) </p>

<p>EECS 280. (CS req)</p>

<p>STAT 412. (CS req)</p>

<p>PHIL 180/303 or EECS 270 (if PHIL is taking during Sp 10) </p>

<p>ECON 401. (regardless of taking 323 or not) </p>

<p>Also, what should I look for during sophomore year? I'm gonna keep doing the ECs I joined, possibly continue my current UROP project through next year but without pay or credit ... does anyone here know how HKN or CSE Scholars work? I'd like to get an internship sometime during my sophomore summer ... is that feasible? (I plan on completing 281 at end of sophomore year)</p>


<p>Hey ab2013. So I don't know about all the different logic classes, but I imagine you wanted a more mathy aspect to it, right? If so you could look at Math 481 in the fall. At least check it out, because it might better fit your needs.</p>

<p>Also, one thing I had asked about here before, the summer classes tend to be a little easier (by which I mean better grade, not less learning... at least hopefully) than winter and fall classes, and Econ 401 is curved rather low, so it might be a good idea to look at taking that in the spring and taking one of those other classes (for instance Linear Algebra, you could take 217 or 513, each of which are supposed to be better classes than 417) in the fall. Here's an exam for 417 with solutions: <a href="http://www-personal.umich.edu/%7Eapettet/Midterm-Solutions.pdf%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www-personal.umich.edu/~apettet/Midterm-Solutions.pdf&lt;/a> and while since you've not taken (presumably) linear algebra, you may not be able to tell, but that's a pretty easy exam. I feel like you'd want something more rigorous than that. </p>

<p>I know you didn't post this looking for scheduling advice, but I thought I'd throw that out there. About what you were actually asking, I can't really help you.</p>