Hello all! I would like to transfer from a community college to a university with an A.A. in physics. With this term ending, I am looking at the rest of the classes I need for my A.A. The science and math related courses I took this term was Calculus 1 and Introduction to Chemistry. Next semester I will be taking Calculus 2 and College Chemistry 1, along with a Flora/Fauna class and Introduction to Philosophy. I have a few questions about classes beyond that. Differential Equations is "suggested" for transferring to a university with a physics major. Is it advisable to take it before I transfer or does it not matter? Also, should I take Linear Algebra before Differential Equations? The community college I attend does not list Linear Algebra as a pre-requisite or a co-requisite. I still need to take Physics 1, 2 with Calculus, Chemistry 2, Calculus 3, and possibly Differential Equations after next semester. Is it okay to take Differential Equations at the same time as Calculus 3? And would I be crazy for taking Chemistry 2, Calculus 3, Differential Equations, and Physics 2 all at the same time? Thanks!