so heres the thing, i basically have a physics minor and decided to go to applied math grad school since i think it'll open up more options and involves more math and wont involve experiments than engineering. i dont want to do theoretical physics since i'm concerned about job opportunities(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

so far i've completed, these are all upperdiv:

Real Analysis A

Linear Algebra A

Differential Equations

PDEs

Complex Analysis

Probability Theory A

I need to take:

Math Modeling

Linear and Nonlinear Systems of DEs

Probability Theory B

4 more electives

For the electives, I've considered: Numerical Analysis, Combinatorics, Optimization, Abstract Algebra (I dropped the honors version), Topology, Fourier Analysis, Real Analysis B

which of the classes i need to take should i take asap?

I plan on going into applied linear algebra, DEs, PDEs, fluid mechanics or numerical analysis for applied math grad school, hopefully doing something with applications to physics

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# What classes to take applied math?

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