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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I am a rising sophomore and am currently registered for Physics I (calc) and Calculus II. However, I am attempting a double major (phys, math), and have started late...so I would like to double up on my maths for the next 2-3 semesters.

I am currently learning Calculus II, so when I take the course it should be a breeze. The only other course that counts towards my math major, that I have met the prerequisites for, is "Transition to Advanced Mathematics." I was wandering, what exactly is this course? The only bit of information I have about it is that it's prerequisite is Calc I.

What gets discussed, and is it an intensive course? I'm trying to pack my schedule with as much as I can possibly take, yet don't want to go overboard.

Thanks.

I am currently learning Calculus II, so when I take the course it should be a breeze. The only other course that counts towards my math major, that I have met the prerequisites for, is "Transition to Advanced Mathematics." I was wandering, what exactly is this course? The only bit of information I have about it is that it's prerequisite is Calc I.

What gets discussed, and is it an intensive course? I'm trying to pack my schedule with as much as I can possibly take, yet don't want to go overboard.

Thanks.