Calculus I (5 hours) Linear Algebra I (4 hours) Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry (2nd Year) (4 hours) Physics - Mechanics and Waves (5 hours a week, 8 hours every other week) Accounting for External Reports I (2nd Year) (3 hours) If not, I'm replacing Geometry with Macroeconomics. It seems fine to me, but some say it's insane. I spent 2 years doing an Accounting program, and it bored me to death, near the end. I have an Accounting class there, and that is or hope to be a "bird" course. Physics also doesn't look bad at all, and Calculus seems fine too. My only problem is Algebra since I never took an Algebra class before, and Geometry. Algebra is a first year course that requires any two high school maths, Algebra isn't even on the recommended list. Geometry requires any University Math credit, so this seems like something anyone can enter if they are interested. Remember, I wouldn't be here if I hated Math and Physics, so studying should be fun, and challenging. Note: During the Accounting Program at College, I took 7-8 classes per term, and did my correspondence Calculus on the side the first year. I also worked full-time and tutored part-time. I rarely took notes, and they ranged from 5-10 pages per class, per term. All I did was show up to class, participate in class, and review for about 30-60 minutes for tests/exams. I still made the President's Honour Roll, while doing this busy schedule. If I compared myself to other students, I did nothing but go to class, and everyone else studied forever. Accounting is boring the hell of out me, and Physics/Math started to grow on me when I took the Calculus course about 18 months ago, and it is still growing. Any advice is appreciated. Please give similar personal experiences of your own. Note: I will talk with Profs, and maybe other students before deciding 100% on this schedule although I'm confident it should be fine. Note: I am also worried about the classes going to slow, and boring the hell out of me for that reason. In the end, I have no clue what to expect.