- #1

- 12

- 1

I am an undergraduate physics major with a minor in mathematics. I'm very interested in accelerator physics and would like to pursue a PhD in it eventually. However, I am not sure what math classes would be best to take for this. For our math minor, we can take any five upper division math classes and I'm not sure which ones would be best for this. I think linear algebra would be important but beyond that I'm at a loss. Does anyone have any suggestions here?