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!