I've applied to the best ranked (according to QS) university in my country, the National University of Science and Technology (NUST). Of course the university isn't really all that nice in international standards, but in impoverished third-world standards, its facilities and faculty are pretty tolerable. The trouble is, NUST has a (half-)decent electrical engineering department, but an utterly horrible physics department. Therefore I've listed a BS in Electrical Engineering as my first preference on the application. Now, I dream of getting a Ph D. in Theoretical Physics (ideally from an Ivy league) . Assuming I get admitted to NUST, I don't think the course curriculum for Electrical Engineering will cover everything I need to get a good score in the GRE Physics subject test and to get started learning graduate-level Physics. Therefore, I would really appreciate it if anyone could look over the course curriculum I linked and tell me: The Elective Courses I should take that would help me later on in graduate-level Physics. The additional study I'll need to do in order to cover things possibly not included in the Core and Elective courses listed in the Course Curriculum. I look forward to your advice. All the best. :) P.S The availabe Elective Courses are listed at the end of the webpage I linked.