Hi guys this semester I am graduating this semester with a math degree and I am for sure taking these four classes: 1. Real Analysis 1 2. Numerical analysis 2 (differential equations/pde's, more advanced methods than numerical methods 1) 3. Electrodynamics (griffiths) 4. Spanish literature (this is a class that I have to take to finish my minor in spanish. It's probably not hard just a pain in the butt due to having to write papers every week which will take away time from math and physics.) I wanted to ask you all if you think adding General Topology would be too much to handle? What I am most worried about is taking general topology and real analysis at the same time. I am also a TA and in student government, and I do a few hours of undergraduate mathematics research per week. The topology course is probably around the level of Munkres, but would be taught in a Moore-method style and using the professor's notes.