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Next fall I am supposed to be taking a course titled Methods of Theoretical Physics (prerequisite for Advanced E&M, Modern Physics, QM, Dynamics, etc...), yet will have only been through the first two semesters of calc. The course guide describes the class as, "topics including methods of theoretical physics, vector analysis, differential equations of mathematical physics, analytic functions and integration in the complex plane, Laplace transforms, Fourier series, Fourier transforms, and their applications in physics."

Basically, coming from those who have gone through mathematics like this, will i be prepared for this after only completing Calculus I and II and being enrolled in Calculus III?