Friday, September 28, 2007
As many of you regular readers know, I've been planning on getting a Russian minor when I graduate for quite a few years. This entailed taking 5 Russian classes after my mission and I took the last required class last semester. After looking through all of the classes that I've taken, I realized that I probably had enough credits to also get a physics minor (and all of these classes also counted as technical electives or were required for my major). The only thing that I was unsure of was whether or not the lab requirements for the physics minor were set in stone. I had plenty of physics credits (and even other physics labs) but I had not taken the 2 lab courses that coincided with Calculus Physics I and II. After speaking with the adviser yesterday, I found out that I qualified without any problem. Great news and a second minor without any additional work!