Hi, basically the thread title says it all; I'll be finishing differential equations, calc 3 and linear algebra this semester and was hoping to start getting into the actual upper division physics classes, I was wanting to take Modern Physics, thermodynamics and one other; the problem is my school is only offering the 2nd part to all Modern Physics, Intermediate Mechanics and Intermediate E&M and they're not offering thermodynamics next semester; the only class they're offering that I was considering was one called 'Methods in Theoretical Physics', apparently a real analysis course built around differential equations, integrals, and transformations for undergrads (a required course here), I think the lack of extra classes in the spring is due to budget cuts. My question is what should I do? I wanted a math minor and my school allows for certain computer science courses to be used for it but I must say I've only taken one comp sci course and I've forgotten most of my programming, haven't been practicing. I was thinking about taking the theoretical physics course and retaking the comp sci course, any other ideas you could think of? I was also considering asking a few professors if I could help with research since it would appear currently I'll have the time on my hands, any help is appreciated.