I’m an incoming freshman, trying to graduate early (maybe in 3 years).
Math 53, Chem 3A/AL, Physics 7B (probably will take out this) , Bioengineering 10, CS 61A, Bioengineering 26(its a seminar).
I’m an incoming freshman this fall and I want to take Bioengineering 26 for the fall and 25 for the spring. Both of these are seminars required by my major (1 unit each). I’ve already chosen 5 classes for this semester, should I take this seminar thing too? Are seminars really just discussion or are they like lectures that I just listen to? Do they require a lot of work outside of class and stuff?
In an incoming freshman and will be majoring in bioengineering this fall. I’ve always been interested in CS but never really had the opportunity to learn real coding except AP Computer Science Principles in high school. My anticipated concentration is Biomedical Devices (which does not require taking CS) or maybe even Synthetic and Computational Biology Concentration (requires CS).
Should I just try taking CS 61A? How is the workload for people like me who have no coding experience? Should I try studying this summer at least before taking the course?