Hello, everyone. I've had many of my questions answered by these forums before but this one was a little specific so I decided to make an account here. I am a third year physics major with a chemistry minor. I enjoy chemistry and feel that it can help me down the road. As far as my university is concerned, I have all the math classes that I need (Calc I-III, Diff Eq, Lin Alg) but I know I need more such as advanced linear algebra, partial differential equations and real analysis. Another problem, in my DE course (at a community college) we did not have time to cover Laplace transforms. Should I keep or drop my chemistry minor? If I keep it, then I have organic chemistry next spring and summer, then biochem fall 2014 and spring 2015. If I drop it, then I just have Chem II this semester as far as chemistry classes go. I will also have to take more programming classes. I am in no hurry to take these classes as I only have University Physics III and Electronic Measurements next spring and don't have to worry about relativity, QM or anything until a year from now but I'd like to know if most of these math subjects are best saved for graduate school (I am not very educated on how physics grad school works other than you learn how to do research) or if these are courses for undergrads. Sorry for the long post, just wanted to get all the details in there. Thanks for any help!