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I am curious if this is going to put me at a large disadvantage for grad school? How might I want to remedy theses short comings? Changing school is not really an option for my wife, kids and I. I have a full ride to this private university.

Courses required:

Gen physics 1,2,3,4 (mechanics to modern intro courses)

thermal/statistical physics course (one semester course)

1 semester classical mechanics

1 semester EM

1 semester QM

1 semester Atomic physics

math methods for physics course

modeling in physics

Besides these physics courses, they occasionally offer theses courses

Optics

Astronomy

nuclear/particle physics

I often read here that other universitys offer at least 2 semester sequences for CM/EM/QM

Even my math major lacks any depth. We have 2 semesters Analysis, 2 Abstract Algebra, elective in complex and PDE's.