# Need a little help deciding on a schedule

So Im an EE probably doing a math minor. So far my schedule for Fall is looking like this

Electronic Circuits I w/ Lab

This course covers basic electronic design techniques. Topics include operational amplifiers, diodes and transistors characteristics and applications, and analysis and design of amplifiers. Computer-aided tools in the design and analysis of electronic circuits are used.

Circuit Analysis II
This course provides further AC and DC circuit analysis methods. Topics include power analysis, frequency response, and two-port networks. Fourier analysis, laplace transform, and their applications to circuit analysis are covered and a computer-aided tool is used.

Modern Computational Methods
This course covers computational methods commonly used in engineering practice. An engineering analysis software package is used extensively in the study of algorithms and engineering numerical analysis.

Probability Statistics for Engineers
Linear Algebra

So far that's what I've decided. However I'm also thinking of throwing in a proof writing class.

Foundations of Mathematics
This course provides a transition to higher mathematics with strong emphasis on proof writing skills. Topics include a brief introduction to logic, methods of proof, including mathematical induction, sets, countability and cardinality, functions and relations. Topics may also be chosen from calculus, number theory and abstract algebra.

That would bump me up to 20 credits, which sounds kinda insane to me. I don't exactly have the best study habits but I'm hoping taking a load like this sorta jump starts my engines. Also anybody know how hard those EE classes will be? The two circuits classes are what I'm worried about since I don't know anybody who's taken them. Also not to sure about that proof class, I hear its quite hard and sorta the jumping off point into higher mathematics which is something I want to explore.

Any opinions or relevant anecdotes will be very appreciated. I realize your mileage may vary will be a common theme.

For reference I've made As in Calc I-II and a B in Physics I (one of only a couple that got a b) My current semester is as follows with expected grade

Physics II-B
Statics-A/B (only two tests so it could really go anywhere from here)
Calculus III A (100 on last test)
Ordinary Differential Equations -A (99 on last test)
Intro to Engy - A? (bs class so...)
and thats 17cr total.