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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I have been accepted into a graduate program at local university, along with being offered a teaching assistantship. Now comes the choice of what courses to choose.

The master's program requires thirty credits of course work, along which includes introduction to real analysis, intro to complex analysis, both of which I completed in undergraduate study (in a different university). But if I apply these to my master's degree, I still have to fulfill thirty credits of course work. Different classes of course. The university I got undergrad degree from, did not offer an advanced calculus course. So I am obligated to take advanced calculus I at the new place. But it does not yield master's credits. That's ok.. I'll bite the bullet so to speak..

but what about the other classes? Would I be better off repeating complex and real analysis at the master's level.. and really MASTER the material.. or would I be better off, taking the exemption, and going after new material?

More questions forthcoming, but these are good for now..

:)

The master's program requires thirty credits of course work, along which includes introduction to real analysis, intro to complex analysis, both of which I completed in undergraduate study (in a different university). But if I apply these to my master's degree, I still have to fulfill thirty credits of course work. Different classes of course. The university I got undergrad degree from, did not offer an advanced calculus course. So I am obligated to take advanced calculus I at the new place. But it does not yield master's credits. That's ok.. I'll bite the bullet so to speak..

but what about the other classes? Would I be better off repeating complex and real analysis at the master's level.. and really MASTER the material.. or would I be better off, taking the exemption, and going after new material?

More questions forthcoming, but these are good for now..

:)