Hello, fellow PFers! My university came out with their Fall '14 class offerings today, and I was rather disappointed, as it seems I won't be able to get my second major in math after all. I'm currently a junior, double majoring in physics and math, and really involved in both majors (tutoring, TAing, doing research in both departments). I am going to graduate school for physics (my "main" major), but was hoping for a second degree in math. However, many of the math classes I need to take are offered at the same time as key physics classes, both of which are offered in only the fall (or spring), and only have one section. An independent study is not an option - I have discussed this with my advisor. As I am at this university on a four-year scholarship, I simply cannot afford to stay another year and finish up my degree. And since I need 12 credits to remain a full-time student and cannot take math classes due to schedule conflicts, I am stuck with taking unnecessary classes like the one-credit-hour "Humor in Life Situations". Perhaps I am slightly bitter, however I am devastated that stupid schedule conflicts will not allow me to get a degree in math! Have any of you experienced this, or have advice for me? It is very dismaying to think that I will graduate with a physics degree but two classes short of a math degree, or some such.