Now that I am a junior, all of my classes are getting smaller in size, and are much more fast paced than they had been previously.
Both of my Management courses started full swing after the first 15 minutes the first day. I was already struggling to keep up in my Marketing class, but I wasn't the only one. My Operations class was barely making sense, but the work load wasn't too bad- yet.
Accounting started day 2- we had to get the syllabus out of the way, as there was a lot to cover, given that our final project was going to be an all semester thing (each "phase" builds on the previous).
My Management Information Systems class taught the basics before getting into anything else. There was a quiz each week.
Finance wasn't too bad- if you knew how to use the formulas, it was as easy as plugging in the numbers, and interpreting what you got.
My favorite, but most frustrating class, is Quantitative Methods. We're learning how to program in R. I had never heard of the language, but apparently it's tailored to management, so it makes sense that we're learning it over Python or C++.
Nothing too exciting happened, but I did start meeting with the Junior Ring Committee, and I started my new job as receptionist in the Academic Achievement Center.