Hey there, I've got a really pretty good comprehension of calculus, I've even had an Advanced Calculus class and a Linear Algebra class, so this is pretty much my knowledge. I'll be going in Chemistry in University so I'll be doing much less math, but I'm pretty interested in physics and math, so I was wondering what steps one took to go maybe a little deeper. What part of mathematics is next? What books could I buy (even if they're expensive textbooks)? What classes would be next for a math undergrad let's say? I may be going a little too far too quick, but I want to learn about Fourier series, Lorentz transformations, just be able to understand Maxwell's equations mathematically, I know I might not be at that point right now, but if you could point me toward what parts of mathematics are next would be great and give me references to things I could read, etc. Thanks a lot and see you on this board, if I'm learning I might keep coming back and interacting! Cya!