Hello, PhysicsForums members! I made a previous thread on this forum entitled "From Music to Math", and I have decided after being in a "Physics Education" track for half a semester, I have decided I am going to pursue a BS in Physics. I am actually a Sophomore by year; so, since I studied music the previous year with dual-enrollment credits, many of my FKL classes are completed. Therefore, I need to add minors to stay full-time in my coursework. I picked Mathematics and Literary Studies. A question on the math minor: The preliminary coursework covers the Calculus sequence, along with: Bridge to Abstract Mathematics, Linear Algebra, and Vector Calculus. Along with the preliminary courses, I can choose 2 of the following: (I apologize for a somewhat lengthy list) Symbolic Computations in Mathematics Intermediate Analysis I Intermediate Analysis II Complex Variables Numerical Analysis I Numerical Analysis II Theory of Computation Differential Equations Optimization Elementary Abstract Algebra History of Modern Mathematics Modern Geometry Introduction to Topology Essentials of Statistics Introduction to Probability I already take a Statistical Physics course, so I would rather not take another course in Statistics. What two from this list would you all recommend to pick? These last two courses would be taken in my final year of study.