I'm trying to double major but I fell behind taking pre med bio classes so I may need to overload this next semester Freshman/sophmore level physics classes 1. This course covers the topics of: electromagnetic waves, optics, and modern physics, condensed matter and nuclear physics. 2. The topics covered in this course include: Mechanical waves, Thermodynamics, electricity, magnetism. ^ these have to be done and I have heard 2. is a difficult weeder class Math classes 3. Introduction to the language and problems of mathematics. Topics include set theory, symbolic logic, types of proofs, and mathematical induction. Special emphasis is given to improving the student's ability to construct, explain, and justify mathematical arguments. Have to finish this one also to take upper division math courses 4. Vector spaces, linear transformations, matrices, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, linear functions, inner-product spaces, bilinear forms, quadratic forms, orthogonal and unitary transformations, selected applications. 5. Classical methods for solving partial differential equations including separation of variables, Green's functions, the Riemann-Volterra method and Cauchy's problem for elliptic, parabolic, and hyperbolic equations; applications to theoretical physics. ^These two are classes that I feel will help me with upper division physics classes Total units 18(I may have to squeeze in an online ge class for total 21 units) The most I have done before is 18 units with 3 science classes(two bio and organic chem) and a general education class. These will all be hard classes for me and I'm curious if these types of loads are normal if you double major. I have read online people doing harder schedules with work and research and I will only be working about 10 hours on campus no research.