So my plan for this upcoming fall semester includes the following:

-Multivariable Calculus ( Calculus III)

-Linear Algebra

-MATLAB

-General Physics/University Physics I: Mechanics and Heat (which is calculus based, of course).

Overall, that’d be 12 credits. If I take Differential Equations, it’ll be 15 credits.

I understand that taking 3 MATH classes together can make up quite a formula for disaster; however, I anticipate an optimistic position on tackling 3 interesting classes together.

For background, the MATLAB class is only 1 credit hours and the Physics class is 3 credit hours (no Labs).

My question is if it’d be advisory to take on 3 MATH classes together, considering I wish to continue down either Physics or Math major route.

Alternatively, I could take Differential Equations either next semester or in the Winter (which would be 4-5 weeks long).

I appreciate any form of insight or advice, thank you !

P.S. Not sure if this factor counts but I’m currently studying at a community college.

Edit: The DE class is an ODE course.