I'm a Physics/Math major- and am setting up my degree plan(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I've posted a similar thread before but now I only have one math elective left (and a boatload of choices, all of which sound interesting)

I've narrowed it down to either:

Integral Calculus, Topology, or Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations

I plan to pursue physics after my BS, so which one of these would be the most beneficial??

This is the rest of my schedule:

Calculus I, II, III

Linear Algebra

Abstract Algebra

Differential Equations

Partial Differential Equations

Advanced Multivariable Calculus

Intermediate Analysis

Complex Analysis

Vector Analysis

Differential Geometry I, II

Physics I, II (+ Labs)

Modern Physics I, II (+ Labs)

Seminar in Laboratory Analysis

Intermediate Mechanics

Modern Optics (+Lab)

Thermal Physics

Intermediate Electromagnetic Theory I, II

Computational Physics

Particle Physics

Thanks!

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# Integral Calculus vs Topology vs ODE

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