Greetings, everyone! I'm going through my list of courses for my physics program, and it seems like there just isn't enough math. According to my course requirements, I basically need: Calc I, II, III (obviously), Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations I. The rest of the requirements state that I need 10 additional credits of science, math, and/or engineering. Technically, I don't need anything beyond one semester of DEs if I wanted to take engineering or advanced CS courses or something. I had considered completing a math minor, because if I use up my 10 credits with math, I only need two or three more classes for it (not sure, it would add one or two more semesters to my already very lengthy degree [due to a major change and a late start]). But I've been told that when you have a physics degree, you pretty much have a math minor anyway, even if it's not official, so if you wanted to go into math either in work or grad school, you probably wouldn't have a huge problem. Is this true? I also understand that the physics courses themselves will be mostly math, so I'm not sure if I should be worrying about specific math courses, or if the physics courses will teach any additional math at the same time. A little about me: I'm planning on going into astrophysics for grad school. I enjoy math and will probably take more even if I don't have to, but would engineering or anything else benefit me for astrophysics? Or should I just fill up my 10 credits with math? Would it be a disaster if I take quantum mechanics and don't have enough math courses under my belt at the time? I already have a background in programming/scripting/CS (I worked in IT for a year and took classes in Java, with C++ next semester), so I'm not too worried about that at this point. Thanks!