So, I'm interested in using my knowledge of elementary linear algebra (I can do projections, rotations, diagonalization, find eigenvalues/states/vectors, and a couple of other things) to learn other things based off of it. Is there an 'advanced linear algebra' sort of class? My institution offers Numerical Linear Algebra, and Linear Optimization (seems to be along that route), but I'm not sure what other classes (particularly in Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science) are heavy on usage and learning of linear algebra. I think it's a great concept that can be applied a lot more than it has. For example, I'd love to take a class about this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matrix_mechanics#Development_of_matrix_mechanics For easy reference in case you guys know more about it than me and are willing to help, here's the undergrad bulletin (includes names and basic descriptions of classes), and the class descriptions start on page 181 or so. The departments are in alphabetical order. http://www.iit.edu/ugaa/pdfs/undergraduate_bulletin_2012_2014-v2.pdf [Broken] Some of the syllabi of the classes I can find, but not all, which is why I'm asking for your guys' help. :) This is for my learning's sake.