I'm a sophomore at NYU, currently wrapping up the Calculus sequence this semester and Linear Algebra. I'll be taking Analysis next semester and Abstract Algebra (Called Algebra I) in the spring. Those are, I assume, very rigorous. I'm looking to balance them out with less rigorous courses. I'm not entirely sure whether I'll continue with math after my undergraduate degree, so having said that, I'm looking to get a well rounded math background, leaning towards a more applied side. I'm not a big fan of proofs and I would like to see them as little as possible in my elective math courses. Having said all that, here is a link with course descriptions for all the undergraduate math courses. Based on the little information they provide, and your previous experiences with math courses, I would appreciate if you guys could pick out 2 or 3 courses you think would be the least rigorous, and if possible 2 or 3 that would be the most rigorous looking as well. A short little explanation as to why you chose as you did would be very helpful and deeply appreciated. Link to undergrad course descriptions: http://math.nyu.edu/courses/ug_course_descriptions.html Thanks for any and all help!