I decided this would be better in the physics forum than math. Ultimately, I've set a goal for myself to commit to learning as much physics as i can. I tried to skip forward to particle physics and see if i could pick up the math prerequisites as i went, but there was too much i was unfamiliar with, so my question is: What are the maths i would need if i wanted to learn classical mechanics, elcectro/thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, relativity, and particle and nuclear physics? The math i know right know really just consists of integral and differential calculus Also i've come to realize that despite my ambitions, i just dont have the physics prerequisites to start at particle physics, given i only know classical mechanics/thermodynamics. In which order should i be tackling these, and, am i missing anything?