I could use some help filling in the details of my poorly-planned career path. B.S. in Mathematics --------> ? ---------> ? ----------> ? -----------> Financial Modeling Where I am now: About 3/4 of the way through my undergraduate Math degree, having switched from the "Comprehensive" track, which is highly theoretical, into the "Standard" track, which affords me the liberty to take more classes like Discrete Mathematical Modeling, Linear Optimization, Computational Methods for Data Analysis, etc; the only "core" sequences I'm taking are Analysis and Complex Analysis. When I try, I'm actually pretty good at the aforementioned courses (I can't say the same for modern algebra and topology, which I disliked and practically failed). In the middle of a year-long internship crunching numbers for a neurologist who's working on a research project. Considering a master's degree in "Quantitative Finance" or whatever guise the particular graduate school chooses for that field. But I'm not sure it's worth dropping $50,000 for such a degree, and I'm not sure I could get into to any of the good schools. Bolstering my programming knowledge in my free time. I'd like to claim "fluency" in at least 2 different languages by this summer. Suggestions? Thanks in advance! Happy New Year to everyone!