Hey everyone, any input on this would be appreciated. Sorry for the wall of text in advance. I am dual majoring as an undergrad in Physics (astronomy specialization) and General Mathematics, the latter having a pretty big selection (some listed below) of classes to choose from. My goal is to choose subjects that apply best to my field (currently in microgravity research, but have my sights on the university's exoplanet department), but it's difficult for me to tell at this point which would be the most useful to me. I have to select a few from these: Introduction to Graph Theory Mathematical Modeling I Introduction to Partial Differential Equations Introduction to Complex Variables Numerical Methods for Computational Sciences Introduction to Combinatorics Vector and Tensor Analysis Ordinary Differential Equations II Linear and Nonlinear Waves I Probability, Random Processes and Applications Any info is welcome! As a quick bonus question: Does the Mathematics degree greatly increase my chances of getting into a physics graduate program? Thanks!