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I am making a decision regarding the mathematics courses I should take before graduating so that I can leave Uni with a "decent enough" mathematical foundation.

Some courses I had in mind were Linear Algebra, Group Theory, and Probability & Statistics, however I have little knowledge about these courses, much less their significance to physics. Could anyone kindly elaborate on how important these fields of mathematics are to varying fields of physics?

Also, are there other mathematics courses I should be looking out for?

Many thanks in advance.

P.S. The LA I have in mind is the one people in Math read. The LA I have read is "catered" to physics students, and I have found its content woefully inadequate.