Hello. I'm new here and I'm not sure if I should post this topic here or in general math, or anywhere else. Feel free to move the topic elsewhere if needed. Just a bit of explanation first. I'm not from USA (so forgive any grammar errors) and I don't understand completely your academic system with "minor-major" "freshman-senior-junior" and the such. Therefore I find it a little hard to explain "how far I am", but I guess you could call me a college freshman in a physics school (if that is how you call it). Just to give an idea we're currently studying linear algebra, starting with multivariable calculus and finishing introductory mechanics. Anyways, next semester my college will be offering a course on differential geometry and I want to know: - How useful it is for physics major? - what skills are necessary? - should I try it or wait some more? Well, that`s basically it. Thanks in advance.