Exam tomorrow morning at 9 AM....damnit. This is why living on the south shore sucks, the weather is gonna force me to leave at 6:30 just to get in on time and avoid the traffic due to the snow/freezing rain/whatever.
And of course Concordia doesn't have a contingency plan like McGill.
You may want to get a job when you are finished. An engineering degree is marketable.
Originally Posted by Alexander Edler
Hey guys. I remember seeing an engineering thing on here a few weeks back, so I thought I'd ask a few quick questions myself (even though I'm new here and know none of you).
Anyways, I'm on the fence on whether to pursue engineering next year or life sciences. I love biology, I enjoy both chemistry and maths, and I can deal with physics. But, like, life sciences is such a broad term, and so is engineering is some cases. So, yeah.
Just wondering if any of you that are in either of these programs (or any specific branch of them) could let me know how you like your classes, campuses, communities, etc. Any feedback would be nice. I got accepted to life sci at U of T, and engi at Mac and U of T (only mining engi right now, waiting for response from track one), so any info on those would be extremely nice too.
I think I'm taking COMM 226 next semester, actually. How is it?
Very easy...make sure you take the online section though.
And yeah, now that I remember, the cases were for Desc 200...it's just that I had the same prof for both courses and took them online. Get's very confusing.
My big assignment for MIS was creating a website for a business model (group project - groups are made through the online forum). Very easy stuff if someone in your group knows how to use Dreamweaver. The exam was extremely easy and there's always an online database full of MC questions to be found online that can help you prepare. EISEL is used again, but it's not all that helpful with regards to the final exam. The questions also do not relate to the chapters listed in the book for some reason, and the questions sets ALWAYS change, unlike Desc 200. I don't know if this was fixed, but EISEL was a huge problem last year when I took MIS. Still was able to get an A despite EISEL being a waste of space.