Hey everyone, I'm just curious what undergrad mathematics courses are traditionally more proof intensive. The reason why, is that although I'm a physics major currently, I (generally) really enjoy doing mathematics, just for the sake of mathematics... so I regularly have thoughts of "maybe I should do a math major"... now, I'm not saying I don't enjoy physics, because I do, a lot. My issue is, I remember reading, or hearing, somewhere to not really even consider a major (or a future career) in mathematics until you've had exposure to proof based courses. I'm just trying to get that exposure... My thought was if I like the higher level math classes, to try to double major.. I know it will take longer, but, being a 23 y/o sophomore, I'm already "behind" so to speak, so what's another couple semesters! Thanks for any input! Marshall.