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Thanks for any advice,

Ernie G

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Thanks for any advice,

Ernie G

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I ask this because I've never heard of someone doing their masters with only knowledge about calculus and linear algebra... But maybe the masters your planning to take, has enough low-level courses...

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I ask this because I've never heard of someone doing their masters with only knowledge about calculus and linear algebra... But maybe the masters your planning to take, has enough low-level courses...

By the time I enter I will have taken Calc 1,2,3 and Linear Algebra. Here is a copy of the program requirements.......

The minimum requirement to complete the track is to take the 6 required courses and 4 elective courses.

Pure Mathematics Course List:

Required Courses:

56:645:503 Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable I (3)

56:645:505 Analysis I (3)

56:645:508 Mathematical Reasoning (3)

56:645:531 Geometry (3)

56:645:549-550 Linear Algebra and Applications I,II (3,3)

Elective Courses:

56:645:504 Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable II (3)

56:645:506 Analysis II (3)

56:645:530 Manifolds (3)

56:645:532 Differential Geometry (3)

56:645:540 Computational Number Theory and Cryptography (3)

56:645:545 Topology (3)

56:645:551-552 Abstract Algebra I,II (3,3)

56:645:570 Special Topics in Pure Mathematics (3)

56:645:575 Qualitative Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations (3)

56:645:698 Independent Study in Pure Mathematics (3)

56:645:700 Thesis in Pure Mathematics (3)

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The Elective courses look like modules you'd take in a regular undergraduate degree.

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Anyway, I don't think it will be hard for you to begin this master. So I'd say to go ahead.

I am a bit worried about the reputation of the school. I don't think it's normal to offer such a low-level courses in a masters degree...

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Anyway, I don't think it will be hard for you to begin this master. So I'd say to go ahead.

I am a bit worried about the reputation of the school. I don't think it's normal to offer such a low-level courses in a masters degree...

Micromass,

Thanks for the advice. I agree it seems a little watered down, but I would have to think that it should hold some weight because Rutgers is Nationally Recognized school. I think I am going to go for it.

Ernie G

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