I am having trouble taking classes to get full time status because my college only offers electrical engineering courses at night. im looking for some physics classes that will prove useful in my field. Ive heard some PE's with masters in engineering physics say they can derive solutions to problems the electrical engineers toolbox cannot. So im look for some physics classes that will offer value in my understanding to electricity and magnetism. I am currently taking a physics course that is self-contained teaching vector calculus with applications. background of Math and Physics: i've taken differential equations, linear algebra, calculus based physics 1 (mechanics) , physics 2 (electricity and magnetism). current physics course outline: Mathematical techniques specifically used in the study of mechanics, electricity, magnetism, and quantum physics are developed in the context of various physical problems. Course includes the topics of vector calculus, coordinate systems, the Laplace equation and its solutions, elementary Fourier analysis, & complex variables. Applications to electrostatics, mechanics, and fluid dynamics are emphasized.