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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello. I'm a Computer Science major at a liberal arts college that doesn't require many mathematics courses. So I've decided to minor in mathematics because it seems important. My school gives a lot of freedom on which courses I can take to achieve this minor, and I have no idea which would be the most helpful.

I would especially like to get a job involving simulation programming or AI after I graduate.

So far, I've taken Calc I, Elementary Statistics, and I must take Calc II. I need to pick 3 more classes (I can possibly fit in 1 or 2 more in depending on my schedule) out of these:

Ordinary Differential Equations

Linear Algebra

College Geom I

College Geom II

Calc III

Calc IV

Intro to Numerical Analysis.

Intro to Mathematical Statistics

Abstract Algebra

Topology

Complex Analysis

Real Analysis

Can anybody offer some recommendations? I'm not even sure what half of these courses cover, or what they'd be useful for :)

I would especially like to get a job involving simulation programming or AI after I graduate.

So far, I've taken Calc I, Elementary Statistics, and I must take Calc II. I need to pick 3 more classes (I can possibly fit in 1 or 2 more in depending on my schedule) out of these:

Ordinary Differential Equations

Linear Algebra

College Geom I

College Geom II

Calc III

Calc IV

Intro to Numerical Analysis.

Intro to Mathematical Statistics

Abstract Algebra

Topology

Complex Analysis

Real Analysis

Can anybody offer some recommendations? I'm not even sure what half of these courses cover, or what they'd be useful for :)