I was only going to have two classes (one 3-hour and one 1-hour) next semester, but when I checked the schedule, I saw an opportunity to take Abstract Algebra, which, along with Differential Equations, is one of the most noticeable courses missing from my schooling so far. As of this moment, I am registered for the following classes next semester:
Advanced Calc II (Mon/Wed 7:00-8:15 PM)
This is the continuation of my current class, but unlike my current one, it is 3 hours instead of 4, which will be easier on the schedule.
Abstract Algebra I (Tue/Thu 5:30-6:45 PM)
Yes, once again I will be going to school every day of the week. But wait! There's more!
Senior Mathematics Seminar (Fri 10:00-10:50 AM)
This is a one-hour course required of all math majors. I've looked up past syllabi, and it looks like the professor just picks a topic of some kind and you do projects or something like that. It's convenient that this only meets once, for an hour, and I'm glad it's not on the same day as any of my other classes, but of course it's a bit inconvenient to go to campus in the middle of my morning at work.
Anyway, it should be a fun semester. It's technically 1 less credit hour than I have this semester, despite that I'm taking one more class. We'll see. And, of course, I am supposed to graduate at the end.