I'm finishing my bachelor's in physics and for my masters, where I have a few free choice courses (~5), I'd like to take math courses that would be relevant for a future as a theoretical physicist or applied mathematician.
Rigorously (as in taught by mathematicians) I've had Calculus, Calculus in R^n, Complex Analysis, Linear Algebra, Probability and Statistics and just a small overview of differential equations. I've had more math in physics courses but not in a very rigorous way.
I'm setting my eyes on the following courses:
- Ordinary Differential Equations
- Partial Differential Equations
- Group Theory
- Stochastic Processes
- Functional Analysis
Are all of these relevant? Which others could be added to this list?