I'm going to be a second year physics and math major. My dillema is this:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have to plan out what math coures I'm going to take for the next 3 years. I've already take Multivariable, linear algebra/diff eq, probability theory and I'm signed up for linear algebra theory for the fall. Aside from the standard analysis sequence, are there any other course you recommend (either physics related or just fun math that all math majors should take)? I go State U. so I'm sure whatever course you suggest it's probably offered.

Thanks in advance!

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