I'm about to take vector analysis and abstract algebra, so I'm pretty far along in my undergrad math program (passed Calc III, DE II, LA, and Transition to Higher Math). Realistically I could finish off the core math requirements in one year for my B.A. However, I want to expand and take some physics (thinking about adding a physics minor in the two and a half years I have left, and getting a B.S.). Now, normally I would advise myself to take calculus based physics. But the thing is, from what I understand of it, a portion of the course will be spent on calculus to make sure students are up to speed, and the calculus used will be elementary in the first place. Based on what I read of course descriptions, it seems that non-calculus based physics covers more topics. However, there is a con with non-calculus based physics as well: besides the math being less interesting, it seems that the second installment of calculus based physics gets much more detailed on electricity and magnetism. Essentially the only thing I'd be learning about E and M in non-calculus based physics is circuitry and Ohm's law, while the calculus based course covers a great deal more E and M stuff (going by course descriptions). Given that I want to take about 12 hours of upper division physics before I'm done to possibly get a physics minor, and that I have a pretty solid lower division math background, which intro physics survey course should I take? Calculus based physics or non-calculus based physics? Thanks for the advice!