This upcoming fall semester, I am planning to take Calculus 2, which at my school is the prerequisite for 5 other math classes I need to take. I would like to take all 5 of them the following spring semester, but I don't know much about the courses (for example, how difficult they may be) and am seeking advice from those of you who may be more knowledgeable about these things so I can make a more informed decision as to whether I should go ahead with this plan or not. The five math courses are: Calculus III Linear Algebra Elementary Differential Equations Probability and Statistics for Engineers Probability (Calculus - based) Is it realistic and/or doable for me to take all 5 of these classes in one semester, or is it too much? Ideally, if I can do it this way, it would help me tremendously in terms of my scheduling for the following academic year. Thank you in advance for your help and advice.