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So I decided to go for two degrees instead of one so the goal is two associate degrees.One in Physics and the other in Mathematics any one have any advice on the this math heavy course of action I’ have set for myself.
Yeah that’s what where i was going with it, keeping my options open with the transfer agreementI'm not sure why you would want to do this, but looking at a couple of course catalogs it appears that the overlap is about 90%. We're talking one extra class. This doesn't seem any more math heavy than just doing math, and one course more than just doing physics.
If you want to go on, though, you will need to take more math. That's unavoidable.
Easily possible at that level. Think of it like this: An associate in Physics degree will require about as much Mathematics course-work as an associate in Mathematics degree.So I decided to go for two degrees instead of one so the goal is two associate degrees.One in Physics and the other in Mathematics any one have any advice on the this math heavy course of action I’ have set for myself.