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Euroazn
- Posts: **1,171** Senior Member

I'm interested in the following (not *necessarily* combined) majors:

Finance

Mathematics

Comp Sci

Can anyone offer any info on them?

Here are some questions to start you off :p :

How are the Finance Fellows Programs? For example, the Lemma Senbet fund, Quantitative Finance Fellows, Accelerated Finance Fellows... etc.

How is Math 340/341? I took Multivariable calculus and ordinary differential equations 10th grade... would this class be difficult for me?

How is Mathematics of Finance?

What is a typical Statistics Track?

How are the comp sci exemption exams (in particular, Discrete Structures?)

How time intensive are classes in each of the programs... does this change over time?

How are the students in each of the programs? And how are the top students?

How is recruiting for students in each of the programs? And what about the top students?

Which classes from these majors offer H-Versions? Are they significantly better?

How is it that Testudo hasn't flown away yet? xD

Finance

Mathematics

Comp Sci

Can anyone offer any info on them?

Here are some questions to start you off :p :

How are the Finance Fellows Programs? For example, the Lemma Senbet fund, Quantitative Finance Fellows, Accelerated Finance Fellows... etc.

How is Math 340/341? I took Multivariable calculus and ordinary differential equations 10th grade... would this class be difficult for me?

How is Mathematics of Finance?

What is a typical Statistics Track?

How are the comp sci exemption exams (in particular, Discrete Structures?)

How time intensive are classes in each of the programs... does this change over time?

How are the students in each of the programs? And how are the top students?

How is recruiting for students in each of the programs? And what about the top students?

Which classes from these majors offer H-Versions? Are they significantly better?

How is it that Testudo hasn't flown away yet? xD

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## Replies to: What can you tell me about these programs?

1,171Senior Member4,326Senior MemberIn general, you will likely find that as you go along, the workload gets more time consuming and difficult as the course material gets more difficult. That's pretty much expected for most classes in most subject areas, I think.

1,171Senior MemberOf course, you probably guessed that because I use CC...

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