Hello, I've been pursuing a second bachelor's degree part-time for a while now at a Group III school. I just found out, somewhat unexpectedly, that I might be able to transfer to Georgia Tech (a Group I school) with relative ease to complete my degree as a full-time student. GT is, without a doubt, a wonderful school. My concern is the fact that GT doesn't actually offer a bachelor's degree in "pure" math; only Applied or Discrete. I've compared GT's Applied Math curriculum (found http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/colleges/cos/math/ugrad/math/bsmath.php [Broken]) to a couple of pure math programs at other schools and although there are some differences, they don't seem to be incredibly dramatic. Still, I'm concerned that if I do transfer to GT and complete the BS in Applied Math that I might be making things more difficult for myself down the line when I apply to Pure Math grad programs. Any thoughts or advice?