Some background I am graduating in two weeks with my bachelors. I will have a B.S. in mathematics with three minors: chemistry, biology, and computer science. I am going to start grad school for computer science in the spring and will try and continue my mathematical education by taking topology and functional analysis I feel I have gotten a well rounded scientific education with math, chem, bio, and CS, but I am completely missing physics. I once took a semester long general physics I course at a community college and didn't get much out of it. I never thought I'd like physics but I've recently become interested. I would like to take some courses but now that I'm done with undergrad I feel I have no room for this kind of thing. I don't think I can take physics at grad school and fit it into my masters under the requirements of my upcoming degree What would you recommend for those of you familiar with physics? Self study? Sitting in on a course? If so, what courses would be good? I really want to know more about quantum mechanics, and I'd love to tie some of my advanced math studies into this Thanks and any suggestions will be helpful BTW I realize I all ready posted this in another section but I realize it was in the wrong place so I'll go ahead and delete it from there..