How would you guys rate West Texas A&M University among other institutions, considering their math curriculum. IS it a worth institute to go to, if i want to be a mathematician?????
There is a very small amount of faculty (according to the website, 7), and the schools they attended are not very good. So I would guess that the math program there is not very good as well.
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.
In my opinion, it doesn't offer enough in upper division courses. I don't think it would be bad to get calc I-III done, but it isn't a place to study more mathemaitcs.
Plus you say in another thread that you're already going to be attending that University.
mattmns the last seven on sutupidmath's list are not graduate courses. For my undergraduate math degree I was required to take real analysis 1 and 2, complex analysis, numerical analysis, abstract algebra, and many other upper level classes. I think that real analysis, complex analysis, and abstract algebra are a must in an undergraduate program along with other upper level math electives in your area of interest.