Well Tuesday marks the start of another fun filled semester here at college. Tom seems happy that I will be out of the house but I don't think he realizes this semester will be as busy as last semester was.

Due to some fun schedualing problems I had to completly remake my schedual...thankfully after about 3 hours of cussing at my computer I figured out what classes i could take. Unfortunatly it made my semester about 10 times harder. I'm taking:

Modern Algebra

Senior Seminar(still have no topic for research)

Discrete math

The world novel(reading 8 books in the space of 16 weeks...)

and Historical Geology.

My friends mom is really really into rocks and minerals so I thought I would take a class that would allow me to share her passion with her because she's a really cool lady, that and it counts and a general education requirement. I'm not sure how the 3 math classes are going to work out but after this semester I only have to take History of math and I will be done with my math requirements for my math degree.

Its exciting to think come December I'm going to be graduating and then come January(hopefully) I will be having a job. I'm thinking about working for either 3M or Epic Systems but I'm open to anything. So if anyone knows any place that hires people with math degree's please let me know(its only an undergrad degree though).

Anyway though I would just post this to see what everyone else was up to lately.

Due to some fun schedualing problems I had to completly remake my schedual...thankfully after about 3 hours of cussing at my computer I figured out what classes i could take. Unfortunatly it made my semester about 10 times harder. I'm taking:

Modern Algebra

Senior Seminar(still have no topic for research)

Discrete math

The world novel(reading 8 books in the space of 16 weeks...)

and Historical Geology.

My friends mom is really really into rocks and minerals so I thought I would take a class that would allow me to share her passion with her because she's a really cool lady, that and it counts and a general education requirement. I'm not sure how the 3 math classes are going to work out but after this semester I only have to take History of math and I will be done with my math requirements for my math degree.

Its exciting to think come December I'm going to be graduating and then come January(hopefully) I will be having a job. I'm thinking about working for either 3M or Epic Systems but I'm open to anything. So if anyone knows any place that hires people with math degree's please let me know(its only an undergrad degree though).

Anyway though I would just post this to see what everyone else was up to lately.