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**I could change my degree to physics**(my UNI physics department is much better structured and renowned than the math department), then take a lot of math courses,

**or I should stay in math**and take physics courses.

1. If I choose the first option which math courses should I take?

2. If I choose the second one, which physics courses are "more important"?

What courses are more important to "complement" each option? (1 and 2)

A list of the most important courses available.

Math:

Algebra 1 & 2

Real Analysis

Analysis in R^n

Topology

ODE

PDE

Fourier Analysis

Functional Analysis

Physics:

Electromagnetism 1 & 2

State of Matter 1 & 2

Classical Mechanics 1 & 2

Thermodynamics

Solid-State Physics 1 & 2

Optics

Computational Physics

General Relativity

Statistical Mechanics

Quantum Mechanics 1 & 2