I am transfer student and this going to be my first year in university. My major is electrical engineering and one of my requirements is to take an upper level physics course. I chose mathematical methods however the title of the class is intro to mathematical physics and i am worried that because its an upper level course it means that its going to be very difficult. I have take engineering physics 1 and 2 and passed both classes with A's and have taken differential equations and passed it with an A. If any of you guys have taken this class can you please tell me your experience with this course with regards to workload,exam difficulty,final grade and its comparison with engineering physics 1&2. I am just worried that taking this class with circuits will take a toll on me and i really do not want to mess up my first year. lastly the book i am given for this class is mathematical methods in the physical sciences by Mary L. Boas 3rd edition.