Good afternoon! I will begin taking upper division mathematics in the fall, and I definitely wish to obtain a Master's right after undergrad, and as for PhD, I'm a bit iffy if I want one (I'll save that for another post in a couple years ^.^) Anyway, I have 4 electives where I get to choose what I want to take in addition to the required classes, but I'm not too sure what classes are valuable to an applied mathematician. I'm not super interested in finance related jobs (maybe being an actuary...maybe), so keep that in mind when helping me pick. Here's what I am required to take: Linear Algebra (Proof Based) Analysis Analysis Part II OR Complex analysis (I'm leaning towards complex at the moment) Mathematical Modeling And two of the following sequences (though, I plan on taking all 3 of the sequences, so that leaves only 2 electives): Probability Theory AB Applied Numerical Methods (numerical analysis) AB Differential Equations (Linear/Non Linear Systems and ODEs) And here are courses I am interested in for electives (I also have to take another 3 or so since my school requires 60 upper division units to graduate, and the major is only about 48): Mathematical Cryptology Partial Differential Equations (will probably take this) Differential Geometry (has a part A and a part B) Stochastic Process Combinatorics Algorithms Algebra (ABC three course sequence) Intro to Topology Fourier Analysis Optimization Theory of Numbers Mathematics of Computer Graphics Thanks for your time and input. If anything needs clarifying, just ask me. I only have 2 posts at the moment, so I'm not allowed to link to all the course descriptions.