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I know this general question has been asked a million times, and I certainly would not want to be lumped in with those who troll and ask if anything can be faster than c. However, I have narrowed it down to being one relevant to my institution.

I will be transferring to the Illinois Institute of Technology for a B.S. in Physics.

**Given the requirements, I would like advice on which math courses would be the most useful in helping me with the core Physics courses**. Although not stated on the first link provided below, I must complete two

**400+**(500+ is graduate) level mathematics courses. I can definitely fit at least four in my schedule over the next few years.

Note: I will have completed the calculus sequence and an introductory course in ODEs by the time of the transfer.

Link to course requirements: https://science.iit.edu/programs/undergraduate/bachelor-science-physics

Link to math course descriptions: https://science.iit.edu/applied-mathematics/programs/course-descriptions#MATH151

Also, thoughts on MATH 332, Linear Algebra? It is not a 400+ course but I have heard it is quite useful.