Summer Courses?

<p>I'm planning on enrolling in 2 courses this summer (both online) so I can graduate next spring on time.</p>

<p>The courses I was planning on taking were FINC 101: Personal Finance (Elective Course) and ARTH 175: Introduction to Art History from Prehistory Through The Middle Ages (Requirement)</p>

<p>Now do you all think these would be pretty easy courses to take online? I took ARTH 176 last year and made a B+ in it. I wouldn't say I enjoyed, I just had a very lenient teacher to be honest.</p>

<p>I have never like online or hybrid courses at all, I always seem to get a professor who is technologically incompetent and doesn't quite know how to work a computer....but that is my experience.</p>

<p>The History looks fairly easy, and Finance is a 101 course. You'll be fine.</p>

<p>I'm taking Microbiology and Human Development. Microbiology is gonna kick my black ass!</p>

<p>You have it extremely easy compared to me. I have O Chem 1 + 2 and lab, Thermo, and Diff Eq. R.I.P. my summer :(</p>

<p>Ouch, I took diff eq and orgo 2 together (had already taken thermo at that point) over the summer along with French 2 and it ended up being a pretty intense summer. Grades turned out alright, though.</p>

<p>This summer I'm taking Introductory Biochemistry, African American Literature, and Bridge to Abstract Math.</p>

<p>^I had diff eq and thermo together this semester, and they were honestly my easiest classes.. Like Laplace transforms sound intimidating, but I thought they were ridiculously easy. And I hated chem in high school and college, but for some reason I really enjoyed thermo.</p>

<p>I don't know what it was about diff eq, but for some reason it just didn't click with me while I was taking it. I had no problem applying it in pchem classes later, though. In diff eq I got 100% on the first test and then tapered off from there and ended up with a C. But it's my only C in three years of college so not the end of the world, I suppose.</p>

<p>I definitely enjoyed thermo, though. I'm a chemistry major, but I took engineering thermo first and then took the chem major version. I liked the chem major version better because it focused more on concepts and less on crunching numbers (plenty of math still, just less plug-and-chug type math). It's probably my second favorite subject after quantum mechanics.</p>