Hi, After looking at future requirements for my program (Medical Physics), I realized it doesn't have as many specific math requirements as pure Physics module, but still has all the Physics requirements. I was just wondering, beyond first year Linear Algebra and second year Calculus, what mathematics courses would be specifically of benefit in pursuing a studies in Physics? I know more is always going to be helpful, but are there any that are particularly interesting or useful for a Physics major, whether for research- or course-related tasks? I have the same question regarding Computer Science courses as well. I've also been looking online and does anyone have any online tutorials they would advise to beginners (no prior experience) for programming and general computer science knowledge? I have heard that learning the basics and learning them right is crucial, and any recommended programs would be greatly appreciated!