I assume 1301 and 1302 are a standard calculus-based intro (classical) physics sequence. For modern physics, I'd suggest reviewing energy and momentum concepts. If you covered the -1/r potential energy function for electrostatics and/or gravity, you'll probably need that when you get to the hydrogen atom. And when you get to Schrödinger's equation, you'll be using basic wave functions like [itex]\cos (kx - \omega t)[/itex]. And complex numbers.

Actually, the cal-based courses are 1321 and 1322, University Physics I and II, which I took. Phys 1301 and 1302 are the algebra-based courses, General Physics I and II.

I'll jump on those chapters once this semester is over. Thanks for the info.