Its been a long ride. 4 years ago when I started college, I started as a finance major. I excelled in all of my classes but found the material to be a little boring so I changed to economics. I continued to get stellar grades and even now have nothing but A's in all of my economics courses. I have finished the core microeconomics Phd sequence at my university (think big ten) with A's. Simultaneously, I majored in mathematics, but my grades in my mathematics classes are less than stellar. I have a B+ average in my math classes (they are all honors classes). My cumulative GPA stands at approximately 3.5. I have considered going to graduate school for economics but I really don't want to. I enjoy mathematics much more than I do economics. By Christmas time this year, I expect to have my honors thesis completed for mathematics. There is also a very high possibility of a publishable result. I can either graduate then or take one more year. Is it still possible for me to go to graduate school in mathematics with my not so great mathematics grades? I am not aiming for a top ten or anything. I'd be happy going to a large state school. Say this is the route I want to take. What can I do to make my application stronger?