I'm in community college at the moment. I'm sure a few of you have witnessed me make a fool of my self goofing-off on the forums not so long ago. But, I'm curious as to what comes... next? As far as math is concerned, that is. After looking through the booklet with the course selections and looking through the classes on-line I became a bit... not sure how to put it but, interested? maybe? Starting at the freshmen (100) level courses: Precalculus Calculus and analytical Geometry I Calculus and analytical Geometry II Sophomore (200) level courses: Introduction to Discrete mathematics Liner Algebra Calculus and analytical Geometry III and, Differential Equations I sifted through a few websites belonging to four-year colleges and universities and still didnt see anything going over calculus 3. But, I've heard stories of it going up to and past XII. Can anyone throw me some information on this? or is that it? The CC in which I am attending, my major is Physics. They don't offer Astronomy or Astrophysics. Just a 200 level course, "Intro. To Stellar and Galactic Astronomy." When I transfer out to a four-year school. I'll be majoring in Astronomy or Astrophysics, depending on the programs offered and the schools I can get into. Yeah, I messed up in high school. After Calc III do I only see what was learned in those classes and apply it to physics or is there more madness ahead?