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However, it is up to you. You are not limited to doing just what the program asks of you. And I am sure that the professors there would be willing to teach a motivated student.

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However, it is up to you. You are not limited to doing just what the program asks of you. And I am sure that the professors there would be willing to teach a motivated student.

i am attaching a list of the courses that they offer in mathematics, so what do you think, and what would you suggest to me??

These are the courses that they seem to offer, i took this list from their catalog.

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I've lived in Texas all my life and I've never heard of it.

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SO Can you pleas list some of the courses that a university has to offer, in mathematics, in order to be listed as a good one??? I would really appreciate it.

Edited: I also think this university offers some courses in Introduction to Topology.

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Plus you say in another thread that you're already going to be attending that University.

Yeah i know i said that, however i have one or two other options, i just thought this university fits me better, thats why i waanted to know your opinions on that.

Because i thought this un offers more courses in analysis, like Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, Diferental Equations I, Diferental Equations II, Complex Variables I, Advanced Calculus, Introduction to Numerical Analysis, Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial DIfferential Equations, Complex Analysis I, Real Analysis I, Real Analysis II, NUmerical Analysis I, NUmerical Analysis II.

SO i thought they would be enough, what do you think?????

I really need to know.

Edited: I am just trying to get a clear view of it.

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So, no one is going to give me some further advices???

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you can start anywhere to become a mathematician.

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In the list of classes he attached above, the last 7 classes are all "6000" level, while the first 7 are all "3000,4000" level. I am not sure what your school goes with, but I believe the 6000 level classes are the traditional graduate sequences you would take for a master's degree, while the 3000-4000 are the standard classes for an undergrad degree.

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