Hey everyone. I'm in my last semester of community college, and I'm getting ready to transfer to UIUC in the fall. I'm looking ahead to my courses for junior and senior years, and I'm wondering if what I've come up with is a reasonable goal. I'm planning on doing a dual bachelor's in physics and math, and I will be transferring in as a junior. It's going to take 5 semesters after transferring to finish. I intend to go to grad school for physics; most likely something in the area of particle physics. Fall 2015 - PHYS 225 - Relativity and Math Applications (covers Special Relativity and mathematical methods in physics) PHYS 325 - Classical Mechanics I MATH 347 - Fundamental Mathematics (basically an intro to proof writing and upper level math) MATH 416 - Abstract Linear Algebra CS 101 - Intro Computing for Engineering and Science Spring 2016 - PHYS 326 - Classical Mechanics II PHYS 435 - Electromagnetic Fields I PHYS 401 - Classical Physics Lab MATH 441 - Differential Equations MATH 357 - Numerical Methods I (hybrid math/computer science course) Summer 2016 - MATH 461 - Probability Theory PHIL 110 - World Religions Fall 2016 - PHYS 436 - Electromagnetic Fields II PHYS 486 - Quantum Physics I PHYS 419 - Space, Time, and Matter - ACP MATH 442 - Introduction to Partial Differential Equations Spring 2017 - PHYS 427 - Thermal and Statistical Physics PHYS 470 - Subatomic Physics MATH 444 - Elementary Real Analysis MATH 417 - Intro to Abstract Algebra I Fall 2017 - PHYS 487 - Quantum Physics II PHYS 403 - Modern Experimental Physics MATH 423 - Differential Geometry MATH 448 - Complex Variables This covers the full physics curriculum, plus an elective (subatomic physics). The double bachelor's requires me to have 30 distinct credits for the second degree (math being the second degree), which is the number of credits listed for math courses here. A lower level Diff EQ course and an applied linear algebra course (as opposed to abstract linear algebra) are required for my physics degree. The higher level courses will cover the physics requirement, but I'm not sure if the credits for those two courses will count toward both degrees. In the event that they don't count toward it, I was thinking about adding these in Fall 2016 and Spring 2017: MATH 450 - Numerical Analysis (hybrid math/computer science course) MATH 432 - Set Theory and Topology Even if I don't have to add two additional courses to get my 30 math credits, I may want to add these two simply because I'd like to take them. That's up in the air at this point though. Does anyone have any input on my course selections? Does this look like a reasonable schedule? Are there any essential courses that I'm missing?