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Just out of curiosity, what should I know if I am going to take upper-division electromagnetism course. The text for the course is Griffiths'

__Introduction to Electrodynamics.__I am not a physics major (I am a math major), but I have taken the first-year, calc-based physics sequence, introductory differential equations, multivariable calculus (including some vector analysis), and linear algebra (both introductory one and abstract one). The only reason I'm even considering taking this course is because the subject sounds interesting (EM was one of my favorite subjects when I took the first-year physics), and it might contain some interesting applications of mathematics, so feel free to post your honest opinion.

Thanks