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I have 1.5 years more to finishing my undergraduate education. How can I spend this time to build a solid mathematical foundation which will prepare me for grad school?

Currently, I am picking up basic discrete math and mathematical statistics while relearning my calculus and probability/statistics material.

Next, linear algebra (although I won't be done with discrete math and mathematical stats anytime soon... learning all these on the side of normal curriculum is tough). What subjects should be next?

If you are an engineer/industrial engineer or work in statistics/operations research, I would especially welcome your advice. Math-types kindly help me too, thanks guys.