My university is about to start the enrollment phase for Fall Semester. I have grown weary of searching 'good' Mathematics curriculum on Google for the past few days, so I finally decided to bump into 'Physics Forum' to get academic guidance. I am a Mathematics major and will be entering my sophomore year soon. I will, 'technically' speaking, become junior by the end of Fall Semester. Though Mathematics major is a four year degree over here in my university but I would be finishing it within 3 years. This, along with the fact that our university is poor at providing good academic guidance, I have decided to plan well in advance which courses I would/should take.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Kindly look at the following plan and tell me if it will provide good enough foundation to let me get into a good grad school (Mathematics). It would be great if anyone over here couldalsodiscuss from the viewpoint of Cambridge Mathematical Tripos Part III.

1st Year (Freshman):(Taken)

Calculus - I

Calculus - II (vector)

Linear Algebra - I

Differential Equations

Logic

Programming: C++ / MATLAB / VB

+Compulsory University Courses and few electives

2nd Year (Sophomore/Junior) Year:

Fall:(About to take)

Physics - I (Mechanics)

Calculus - III (Advanced level)

Real Analysis - I

Probability

Number Theory

Discrete Mathematics

Spring:(Planned)

Physics - II (Electricity and Magnetism)

Statistics

Real Analysis - II

Set Theory

PDEs

Topology / Algebraic Topology

Summer:(Planned)

Linear Algebra - II

Independent Study Course

3rd Year (Junior/Senior) Year:

Fall:(Planned)

Physics - III (Heat and Thermodynamics)

Algebra-I

Numerical Analysis / Advanced Statistical Analysis

Graph Theory /or/ Waves and Optics /or/Astrophysics

Functional Analysis

Quantum Mechanics - I

Spring:(Planned)

Physics - IV (Relativity and Modern Physics)

Research Project - I

Algebra-II

Complex Variables

Combinatorics /or/ Quantum Mechanics - II

Fuzzy Logic

Summer:(Planned)

Research Project - II

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