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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi, I'm a 19 year old sophomore chemical engineering student. I'm highly interested in applied mathematics and wish to pursue a graduate degree in it. I have taken my usual first year (engineering) calculus courses i.e single variable / multivariable calculus. This year I will be taking Transform Calculus and Numerical Solutions of ODE and PDE. I am aware that I will have to take more math courses to be eligible for graduate school and I intend to take them up as additional subjects. So, heres where I need help.These are the maths course my uni offers and I find interesting, which ones should I take:

1. Probability and Statistics

2.Linear Algebra

3.Real Analysis

4.Mathematical Methods

5.Theory of PDE

6.Functional Analysis

7.Systems Programming

8.Advanced Numerical Techniques

Of course I can take at most 5-6 of them in my remaining 5 semesters. So which ones should I pick ? I can provide detailed content and syllabus if necessary. Please feel free to suggest other subjects if you think I should take them and I'll see if my college offers them or not. Thanks in advance for your time!

1. Probability and Statistics

2.Linear Algebra

3.Real Analysis

4.Mathematical Methods

5.Theory of PDE

6.Functional Analysis

7.Systems Programming

8.Advanced Numerical Techniques

Of course I can take at most 5-6 of them in my remaining 5 semesters. So which ones should I pick ? I can provide detailed content and syllabus if necessary. Please feel free to suggest other subjects if you think I should take them and I'll see if my college offers them or not. Thanks in advance for your time!

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