Hi, I am currently attending a community college, but I will transferring next fall. One of the universities I am looking at offers calc 1,2,3&4 as well as advanced calculus of one variable and advanced calculus of several variables both of which have calc 4 and linear algebra as prerequisites. The descriptions are as follows, Calculus 1 Elementary functions, derivatives and their application, introduction to definite integrals Calculus 2 Methods for evaluating definite integrals, applications of integration, improper integrals, infinite series, and introduction to differential equations calculus 3 Functions of two or more variables, vectors in two and three dimensions, partial derivatives, optimization, double and triple, integrals, and their applications calculus 4 Parametric curves and surfaces, vector fields, line and surface integrals; Green's theorem, Divergence theorem, Stoke's theorem and applications, Fourier series and its applications. advanced calculus of one variable Topology of the real line; continuity, uniform continuity, differentiability, integration, sequences and series functions advanced calculus of several variables continuity and differentiability of functions of several variables, inverse and implicit function theorems, integration, Fubini's theorem, change of variables, teh classical integral theorems of Gauss, Green and Stokes and their generalizations. Most of the well known universities I have looked at have looked at only have calculus of one variable, calculus of several variables, and vector calculus. So my question is since this university offers so many can that mean that they have a less rigorous program? Would it mean that it's not a good college (it's UNCC if anyone wants to know)? I know its not a highly rated university but is it bad enough to hinder my chances of getting in to a top graduate program? I would prefer to attend Duke or Reed. My grades are good I have a 3.8 GPA and I should have a 4.0 this semester. The reason I am not placing any bets on getting into Duke or Reed is because I had to take remedial classes in both English and math (I was home schooled and my parents were not concerned about my education). I had to start with introductory algebra then I did intermediate algebra and college algebra in one semester followed by Precalculus over the summer as an independent study. Now I am in calculus one but they are not offering calculus two next semester so I can either take it as an independent study or take it somewhere else I would prefer the latter. So sorry that was so long but I am really worried about all of this. My final goal would be to get my Ph.D in pure mathematics. One more down side to UNCC is that they only have a general math degree and a degree in statistics. Please someone I really need some advice.