This term I’m taking
- Computational Physics
- Classical Mechanics
- Special and General Relativity
- Electromagnetic Theory II
E+M2 being the second half of Griffith’s Introduction to Electrodynamics. Pretty much no fluff this term, since the latter three each form a pillar of modern physics (with two other major pillars being statistical mechanics [took it last term] and quantum mechanics [taking it next term]) while the former is crucially important in modern times for doing any interesting problems, in physics or otherwise.