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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I have a question about grad school prospectus after earning a B.A. in Mathematics (for prospective 5-12 teachers). The B.A. curriculum consists of Calculus I-III (standard three semester sequence), Linear Algebra, College Geometry, Abstract Algebra, Probability and Statistics I-II (two semester sequence), and Mathematical Modeling / Connections. Is there any possibilities of getting accepted into an applied/pure mathematics or applied statistics graduate program on those nine math courses alone? Or does a prospective grad student need a little more advanced math work to go that route? If more advanced undergrad work is needed, what sort of courses would one need to take as a non-degree seeking student? I’m not a math major, but I was thinking a two semester advanced calculus sequence and at least one more advanced math course.

Any thoughts?

Any ideas or thoughts are greatly appreciated.

Any thoughts?

Any ideas or thoughts are greatly appreciated.