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If you want to do an MS in pure math, I would firstly make sure that you know what you want to do in the end... getting a MS in pure math definitely has an opportunity cost if you're not planning to do a PhD. Also your courses look pretty light for the material. At my school, the graduate department recommends at least 2 classes (introductory and next level) real analysis, a course in complex analysis, 2 years of theoretical linear algebra, and 2 years of "foundations", or essentially classes that cover the specifics of logic and set theory and all the goodies that come with it. Then of course, fourth year courses in special topics of pure maths.

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