Hi all, so I am currently finishing a double major in physics and chemistry. I want to change paths here slightly and do a masters in applied math. My undergraduate math classes consisted of the usual calc 1, 2, and 3, differential equations, and linear algebra and a semester of math physics. Most programs that I have looked into require courses in probability and real analysis and I have experience in neither of those areas. While according to the admissions sections of these schools websites, I have the minimum math background, but I am worrying that I would be in over my head even if I were to be accepted somewhere. Does anyone have any thoughts on this? Thank you.