Hi all, This interim there aren't any good math/physics classes at my school, so I'm considering taking "Physics of Sound" at a nearby university. I'm wondering if it would be worth my time/money. I want to go into engineering or teaching (either way, grad school is ahead of me). How hard is the mathematics in Physics of Sound? (I would prefer that the math is hard, so that if the concepts aren't useful, at least I will have become more skilled at solving tough problems.) How useful are the concepts? What applications do the concepts have? If anyone has taken physics of sound and could post about their experience, I would really appreciate it. Thanks! Edit: Course Description Below " PHYSICS OF SOUND (Area 3.2) (4 credits) This laboratory course introduces students to the physics of sound: its production, transmission, and reception. Lecture and laboratory will give students the opportunity to study wave mechanics and its application to areas including but not limited to music, architecture, and human physiology."