I need another class for a 6 week summer semester and I'm curious if probability theory is generally a class you wouldn't want to cram in 6 weeks with another class? The only college level probability I've done was in a discrete math course but I'm fine with other areas since I also took calc1-3, linear algebra, odes, pdes and some additional topics learned in upper division mechanics and e&m (not quantum yet). The description is: "A first course in probability. Introduces the basic concepts of probability theory and addresses many concrete problems. A list of basic concepts includes axioms of probability, conditional probability, independence, random variables (continuous and discrete), distribution functions, expectation, variance, joint distribution functions, limit theorems." I have no idea what to expect in terms of difficulty in comparison to what I've already taken.