credits ^ 5.0 _| | Grek arth ling 4.0 _| Grek Grek arth ling | Grek Grek econ Grek econ Grek clas Grek 3.0 _| latn Grek Grek econ Grek econ Grek clas Grek | latn Grek math MATH MATH ENGR Grek CHEM Grek 2.0 _| latn phys math MATH MATH ENGR Grek CHEM Grek | latn phys PHYS PHYS ENGR ENGR ENGR ENGR math 1.0 _| MATH ENGR PHYS PHYS ENGR ENGR ENGR ENGR math | MATH math ENGR ENGR ENGR ENGR ENGR ENGR ENGR 0.0 _| MATH MATH ENGR ENGR ENGR ENGR ENGR ENGR ENGR ---------------------------------------------> time (in semesters) AP f96 s97 f97 s98 f98 s99 f99 s00
This is from memory, and I've omitted some AP credit, I'm pretty sure. There was also some credits that I could have had if I'd taken a class in that department. (I remember my AP scores; what I don't recall is which departments offered credit, and which didn't.) I can't believe I'm having trouble remembering when I took each class. Good grief.
ALLCAPS indicates my major (Engineering) including math and science courses I was required to take for the major (Math/science courses I took that did not fill an engineering requirement are lower-case.) First-letter caps indicates my minor (Classical Greek).
I took one elective which did not satisfy distribution requirements in all four years -- that would be the "math" class in s00, which was PDE.
In total: 18 credits at Swat for my major, 9 for the minor, 3 in classes related to my major but not actually part of it, 1 class related to my minor but not actually part of it, and 4 distribution courses, 3 of which were in the Social Sciences.
If I could tell myself something to change retrospectively -- I would have taken more in f96 and tried to juggle things so that I could spend a semester abroad. And I would have taken math, not physics, at John Carroll University my senior year of high school. And I probably would tell myself not to take PDE in s00, because I didn't get along with the professor too well, so it just made a rough semester that much rougher. But, for the most part, I'd do it all again.