Best fit for next semester

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I have made my schedule for next semester and I am unsure if I should take Calculus III or Thermodynamics (first ME course), my schedule looks like this:

ENGR 213-Applied ODE
ENGR 242-Statics
ENGR 301-Economic Management in Engineering
MECH 211-Mechanical Engineering Drawing
Either ENGR 251-Thermodynaics or ENGR 233-Applied Advanced Calculus for Engineers (Calculus III, basically).

Is taking ODE and Calculus III recommended or would Thermodynamics be a better fit there?

Thanks in advance.
 

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Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
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Basically 2 heavy physics classes or 2 heavy math classes. Anyone?

*NOTE: I like both subjects equally.
 
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I would take thermo this term, calc3 next and PDE after that.
 
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That was my leaning--for some reason the idea of calculus 3 and 4 at the same time seems like too much.

How similar is Thermodynamics to E&M because I love physics but I found E&M to be incredibly boring and hard to visualize. I find the topic Thermo to be more interesting, in general, but are the methods used as obscure as E&M?

Thank BTW and thanks in advance for any responses.
 

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