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I need help planning my math courses...

__Freshman Fall__:

Differential Calculus & Analytical Geometry

__Freshman Spring__:

Integral Calculus & Analytical Geometry

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Sophomore Fall

Sophomore Fall

Multivariate Calculus

__Sophomore Spring__:

Elementary Linear Algebra

Ordinary Differential Equations

__Junior Fall__:

Linear Algebra II

Real Analysis

__Junior Spring__:

Multivariate Analysis I

Vector Calculus

Statistics

__Senior Fall__:

Algebra

*Differential Geometry and Topology*

__Senior Spring__:

*Partial Differential Equations*

Abstract Algebra

Abstract Algebra

Is this good enough? I plan on going into theoretical physics and this schedule contains the math core courses that I'll need to graduate Purdue with a double major in both Physics and Math. The upper-level selective courses I'll need to take are italicized. Should I change these selective courses to others that will help prepare myself for my intended future? Other courses include...

*Probability*

Elementary Topology

Numerical Analysis

Algebraic Topology

Functional Analysis

Complex Analysis

Functions of Several Variables

Galois Theory

Elementary Topology

Numerical Analysis

Algebraic Topology

Functional Analysis

Complex Analysis

Functions of Several Variables

Galois Theory

(Note: the course "Algebra" is literally just the first half of "

*Abstract Algebra*." I need to take the former, but I can switch out the latter.)

What would you do?

Thanks.