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.