Hello, everyone. A few months ago, I made the decision to give myself the knowledge equivalent to a bachelor's in math. I looked up the math courses at the University of Michigan's web-site. It gave a step-by-step list of courses with their associated text-books. So I am purchasing these associated text-books on-line and going through them myself. I'm almost done with the calculus textbook and then I go on to Linear Algebra, then Differential Equations, etc. etc. More recently, I decided to do the same thing with physics. Thing is, when I went to U of M's physics courses, it was not helpful at all. It simply gave a very vague and flowery description of an education in physics (or at least, that's what it seemed like to me). I then tried other university's web-sites and none of them were helpful. So my request is: Could someone kindly give me a step-by-step list of textbooks to study to give me the knowledge equivalent to a bachelor's degree in physics? Yes, I realize that an important aspect is lab work, so I acknowledge that that piece will be missing. But barring that, I really would like a list of textbooks, in order (say, from the 100's to the 400's and 500's), to acquire a good knowledge of physics. I would appreciate any help.