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Hello again everyone. I just finished making a diagram to plan out a possible physics major/math minor and I would appreciate any advice anyone can give me. The courses are arranged with math on the left and physics on the right, with arrows pointing out the flow and pre-reqs and such. Each row is a set of courses in a given semester, roughly. The only part that I'm doubtful about is the 6 in the third row. Granted, it's not exactly as bad as it appears, since Thermal Physics and Quantum Physics are both half-semester courses, one in the first half and one in the second, but that much math is giving me a preemptive headache. Currently, I'm at the top of the diagram for this fall semester. Thank you!

P.S.: The light green circles are part of the 'honors sequence' in our math department and you may have to click on the thumbnail to zoom into original size, or else the course names are indecipherable.

P.S.: The light green circles are part of the 'honors sequence' in our math department and you may have to click on the thumbnail to zoom into original size, or else the course names are indecipherable.