Next semester I have to chose 2 from the following courses:
parallel algorithms (elective)
intro to networks (elective)
compiler construction (elective)
programming languages (required)
Since I've already "wasted" an elective with internet programming, I'm only interested in taking courses that pertain to my field of interest, which is computational physics. I think intro to networks will likely not be offered again in the next few years, so is it worth taking it while I can? I really have no idea what networks is about. One of my professors hinted that it has applications in businesses (not my interest) and another urged me to take it. On the other hand, should I take programming languages since it's required anyway and wait to "use" my elective another semester? I'm definitely going to take parallel algorithms.
This post has been edited by carnivroar: 15 May 2012 - 07:43 PM