I am supposed to graduate next year but I just realized I have left Electricity and Magnetism off of my schedule. I'm afraid to add it because I feel like I am already taking enough and I am wondering if instead it is common or likely to just take the undergrad elective in graduate school. I will have to take Statistical Mechanicals in graduate school as well since I am getting an applied undergraduate physics degree and I want to go into high energy physics. I have been told that's okay to do. I'm a bit afraid to push it with another class though. My fall semester is Differential Equations, Classical Mechanics, and Thermal Physics and my spring is Quantum Physics and Senior Seminar. I have been warned not to take Quantum Physics and Senior Sem together but it's how my schedule came together and I figure I can handle it if I don't pick up anything else. I'm trying to raise my GPA too so if I add anything to the fall it is unlikely I will be able to do so. I am already maxed out with financial aid as well, having switched from an environmental science major. I'm not sure if they will fund me to stay past next year. I might already be in hot water since I plan to drop the environmental science. Any advice is more than welcome.