This page contains records of all the major college courses I've taken since sophomore year at SUNY Polytechnic Institute. Each class features an article lecture, short-form notes, and printable flash cards for each chapter. These classes follow the syllabus for the college course to a large degree, however in some places the format or structure of chapters has been altered. All available departments are biology, computer science, chemistry, and miscellaneous humanities.
Note: all credits are estimated. In the case of classes with labs, the credits given are for lecture alone.
Undergraduate Anatomy & Physiology of the human body. Covers the various systems of the human body. Includes: anatomy and physiology of cells, the integumentary system, musculoskeletal system, nervous system, circulatory system, respiratory system, urinary system, acid-base balance, electrolyes, endocrine system, and reproductive system.
Introductory computer graphics using C++ and OpenGL. Covers dependencies, the graphics pipeline, vectors, matrices and matrix transformations, basic shading, barycentric coordinates, texture mapping, cameras, lighting, and model loading.
This course fosters a disciplined approach to the design of programs. Through carefully chosen assignments, the need for certain data structures and programming language features is made apparent. Several different programming languages are used. Topics include: structured programming, functional programming, recursion, and string processing. Prerequisite: CS 240