So I kinda got painted into a corner this upcoming quarter. Im trying to do a Math/Physics double major and with all the req's for both majors, I pretty much got no time to be taking easy quarters (unless I wanna waste time going to school an extra year. Im 31 y/o, I still wanna do grad school, so no...there is no more 'taking my time'). With a few scheduling conflicts, I couldnt find/fit an extra math class for winter, so I decided to enroll in the first quarter of upper division E and M. Heres the thing: I took lower division E and M over the summer, I have not taken the first quarter of upper division classical mechanics, nor have I taken the first quarter of lower division modern physics (quantum and special relativity). Is upper div E and M doable for me? The pre-reqs only require Multi-Var calc, Math Methods for Physics and lower div E and M of which Ive done all three. My schedule would look like this: Upper Div Linear Algebra II Abstract Algebra I Lower Div Modern Physics I Lower Div Experimental Physics Lab II (basically a experimental techniques lab) and of course Upper Div Electromagnetic Theory I Does this sound like a doable scenerio? I should mention that I am retaking Abstract Algebra (had to drop it due to severe illness this past quarter).