I didn't even know my college offered this. It is a physics course. The course title is optics. Do you think this would be a good course to take based on the information below? From syllabus: Each student is expected to learn concepts and problem solving techniques in the areas of simple optical elements (lenses, mirrors, fibers, prisms, gratings, polarizers, etc.), complex optical equipment (monochromators, interferometers, optical image processors, lasers, etc.), and selected applications of these elements and equipment. The student is expected to solve problems relative to the assigned work. Students are encouraged to work in teams on homework assignments even though the work is turned in individually. Applications of the course material will be discussed and related to current commercial and research devices using optical and electro-optical principles. Some examples are optical scanners, CD readers, corrective lenses and reading glasses, holograms, and fiber communications. Topics are selected based on available time and faculty/student interest. This is primarily an algebra and trigonometry based course with some references to calculus operations and matrix algebra where absolutely necessary. Students are expected to think in logical and quantitative ways. Exams will consist of relevant conceptual and problem solving questions. Students are encouraged to use mathematics software in solving some problems such as the matrix multiplication for ray propagation during translation, reflection, and refraction of optical rays.