All these subjects sound like an absolute nightmare to me.
I would pick anything over this hardcore math stuff :'(
You should pick something that will not make you study 26 hours per day. It's one thing to have a good master degree but another to die of burn-out/depressions or whatever
Nah, I'm doing it because I want to do it; it's mainly out of interest in the subject anyway.
I think I'll just pick differentiable manifolds. Seems like fun.
Differentiable Manifolds sounds like something a mechanic has to learn. Just saying...
Seems like that would be the most useful class for you later on. Perßonally I would either go balls to the wall with DM or just do something like game theory.
Well it may sound like that, but as far as I know most mechanics don't get multivariable analysis and topolgy, which are necessary precursors. Then again, an engineer could be taught the results of the field and have all inner workings of the theorems completely obscured.