Hi all. This is my first post on here. I come here to read what others ask/answer so this was the first place I thought of when this dilemma came up for me. I am a Math Major and I am for sure taking a proofs course this fall. I have been allowed to take Analysis concurrently with the proofs course, "at my discretion." My question is whether this is a smart idea or not. My other option is to put off taking it this fall, and take it in a year. IF (big IF!) I do put it off, I'll be taking it, along with: Theory of Probability Applied Math or Applied Statistics Abstract Algebra II These are 4 senior level math courses. would this be just as crazy? Any input would be appreciated. The book used in that course is "Elementary Analysis: The Theory of Calculus" By Kenneth A. Ross if that means anything to anyone.