Ethan Young

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MECH&AE M20
Introduction to Computer Programming with MATLAB Full Profile > 4.4 Overall 2.9 Easiness 2.3 Workload 4.3 Clarity 4.4 Helpfulness
Ethan is a fantastic professor. His lectures are well put together and extremely engaging. There are no tests, not even a final; your grade comes from 7... (Fall Quarter 2016)
MECH&AE M20
Introduction to Computer Programming with MATLAB See Full Profile

Overall 4.4 Easiness 2.9 Workload 2.3 Clarity 4.3 Helpfulness 4.4

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Ethan is a fantastic professor. His lectures are well put together and extremely engaging. There are no tests, not even a final; your grade comes from 75% on the 8 homework assignments throughout the quarter and 25% on the final project. Each homework assignment is half coding (writing Matlab scripts) and half written report (explaining in English how your code works). This is a fantastic introductory programming class, much easier than CS 31. Ethan and the TAs walk you through the homework problems every week in lecture/discussion, so make sure you go to those (or watch the podcast). He is very helpful in office hours. He also makes it a point to teach the basic coding concepts which are applicable to all coding languages, not just Matlab. I highly recommend this class and Ethan as a professor!

(Fall Quarter 2016)
C&EE M20
Introduction to Computer Programming with MATLAB Full Profile > 5.0 Overall 5.0 Easiness 3.0 Workload 5.0 Clarity 5.0 Helpfulness
Ethan is an incredibly helpful professor. He and the TA's respond very quickly to emails regarding questions on the projects, and they are very helpful ... (Spring Quarter 2017)
C&EE M20
Introduction to Computer Programming with MATLAB See Full Profile

Overall 5.0 Easiness 5.0 Workload 3.0 Clarity 5.0 Helpfulness 5.0

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Ethan is an incredibly helpful professor. He and the TA's respond very quickly to emails regarding questions on the projects, and they are very helpful when they respond. Just make sure that you explain your methods behind your thoughts in your script, and you will get a good response back. The homeworks (there are 8 of them) don't take that long, maybe 3-4 hours overall. I only went to the first lab section, my TA wasn't helpful, so I just did my homework during that time. I have zero coding background, so this was my first coding class. The final project was a bit trickier, but incorporated everything we've learned all quarter. I highly recommend Ethan for this course.

(Spring Quarter 2017)
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