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===Chem 155: Concepts of Modern Chemistry===
At one point, I talked to Bingemann in office hours. Direct quote: "I would say organic chemistry is easier than 155." Nuff said.
101 is kind of a nightmare, but it pretty much settles down for 102.
===Computer Science 237===
Did I mention Microcode? If you haven't heard that dreaded word, be aware of this class. People who sign up for this class should know fully well what they are getting into. You might end up with
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and wake up late at night, sweating, and yelling out in assembly code.It really is the testing ground of the major. Defines the sophomore computer science experience. (If you want to prove your manliness, take it freshman fall.)
===Computer Science 337T===
Thought microcode was easy? Got through it freshman fall? Then 337 is for you! The '37' ending indicates that it is the same "type" of work as found in 237. Not a joke of a class. Possibly one of the hardest electives in the CS major. Still, in what other class do you get to design a complete RISC processor schematic, ready to be painted in silicon, as your final project ?