Hello, I am a freshman EE/CompE (Hardware) major seeking a math minor. Since I have already arrived to university with Calc III and ODE's completed, I would still like to dedicate about 4-7 courses of mathematics. I would like some math classes to be applicable to my major as well as others to be entirely proof based. Note: I'm already taking Linear Algebra (Freidberg) and Complex Functions (Brown/Churchill) this semester. My choices are: -ODE 2 (Nagle, Snider) -PDE's (Haberman) -Fourier Analysis -Intro Analysis 1,2 (Rosenlitch) -Abstract Algebra (Gallian) -Set Theory -Number Theory (Niven, Zuckerman, Mont) -Topology 1,2 (Munkres) -Combinatorics 1,2 -Mathematical Foundations (Kunen) For someone who wants to get a diverse feel for math, which (3-4) courses would you recommend from the ones listed? I'm likely going to take ODE 2, PDE, and/or Fourier Analysis in addition to these 3-4 classes. I plan on graduate studies in EE/CompE only.