It's kind of unrelated to the curriculum of these two classes, by the way. Basically, I have a choice to take Microeconomics and Differential Geometry. While I do find the concept of applying my calculus and linear algebra skills to the latter course, I cannot help but feel that I have to take Microeconomics as soon as possible. For my school, if I don't take Microeconomics by the end of 2018, I won't be able to be accredited by an actuary society. I'm also afraid that if I don't take Microeconomics this semester at this time slot, I won't know what time slots this class will be offered for in the next semester. On the other hand, I'm afraid that if I don't take Differential Geometry this semester, I will have a shortage of math classes to take next semester at a convenient time slot. I mean, I have other math classes I can take next fall, but I really don't know at what time and on what days they will be offered. The reason I need to take these classes at specific time slots is because I have work and must arrange my schedule so that I am able to meet the minimum amount of work hours my workplace requires me to do each week. I am fully aware that I sound petty with these "reasons" as to why I want to take either of these courses. I just worry about the availability of these classes for this year, and whether or not they will fit into my work schedule. Is this a bad place to ask these questions? I feel like an academic advisor at my college would be better able to address my concerns.