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computational astrophysics: introductory numerical techniques class in the context of astrophysics

methods of applied math: dynamical systems and perturbation methods

foundations of computational math 1: what it sounds like, rigorous explanation of the methods used in computational math.

intro to fluid dynamics

intro to financial math

all of these are at the graduate level. there's also a graduate QM class I'm considering taking for fun so at most i could take 2 of the above or 1 and the QM class.

additionally if i want to have a well rounded applied math preparation coming out of undergrad what should i be studying? I've taken the usual calc sequence including differential eqns and linear algebra and I've got the programming aspect covered and i know i should learn PDEs. what else?