I am a sophomore that just got accepted into Upper Division for both Mathematics and Physics (I am double majoring, and plan to go for a PhD in physics), and now I have to plan out what to take for the next couple of years, I don't think I want to graduate in 2 years because I want to take as many advanced math courses as possible before going to grad school, it seems to me like I should exhaust most upper level math courses so that I can focus on learning the physics later without worrying about my math background, now I have to fill out what I want to take for the next year and turn it in to my new advisor, what do you guys think of the following?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

by the end of this semester, I will have taken calculus 1-4 and physics 1-3, for next semester I plan on:

Quantum Physics & Quantum Physics Lab (required and fixed for spring sophomore year)

Fourier Analysis

Complex Analysis

Fall junior year:

Methods 1

Quantum Mechanics (undergrad)

Honors: Fundamental Structures of Algebra

Honors: Introduction to Analysis (both math classes are grad level)

Spring junior year:

Methods 2

Electricity and Magnetism (undergrad)

" " Algebra 2

" " Analysis 2

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