The BS degree for physics at the university (Kentucky) I will be attending has 'Calculus I-IV', as the only mathematical requirements. In addition to the calculus courses, I will be taking 'Matrix Algebra & Applications'.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My question is, what are other mathematics courses that are helpful to learn as an undergraduate to further a career in physics? Specifically, if (under my current future plans) I want to continue school as a graduate and study under either the sub-topic of 'Astrophysics' or 'Quantum Physics'?

Thanks for all of the help in advance, this site is a very useful tool for a novice like me.

-F.P.

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