Actually for one, there is no German R1 class, it is German R5A & German R5B.
This is just my speculation, but the breakdown for Chem 1A last semester is somewhere along the lines of 20% A's, 35% B's, 30% C's.
None of the R&C classes need be taken in the English Department. You can take the R&C courses in any department such as English (Really Hard), Comp Lit (Really Hard), Rhetoric (Hard), Celtic Studies (Medium Difficulty), French (Medium), Italian, Scandinavian (Easy), German (Really Easy) and etc.
roy, where you been? just bogged down with all that EECS work?
How difficult are the academics for the EECS major?
yet makes absolutely no requirement that one of the courses be in English. In simpler terms, although I may be able to avoid English by taking a foreign language as my R&C requirement, is it going to pop up elsewhere?
Also, the College of Engineering appears to state that foreign languages classes cannot fulfill the humanities requirement; yet it appears that they can. Can someone in engineering please clarify all this?
how painful is 17 technical units in 1 semester?