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I'm debating doing a double major in aerospace engineering and physics. What are some math courses that would be beneficial to each major (In case I chose to go with only one) that are not usually required by the department?
In engineering, useful math that isn't always required includes linear algebra, more differential equations, upper level probability and/or statistics, numerical analysis, math modeling... I get the feeling that none of those would be first choice math electives for physics though.I'm debating doing a double major in aerospace engineering and physics. What are some math courses that would be beneficial to each major (In case I chose to go with only one) that are not usually required by the department?