I'm entering into a graduate statistics program in the coming year and don't really need either class for my Master's. However, I am considering applying for a Ph.D in mathematics in the future, but for now I want to take an elective math course for fun. I've already taken a year of Real Analysis as an undergrad and LOVED it, but I've never taken Topology. I was wondering what you guys think I should do: (a) take more analysis and continue learning more of what I already know I love or (b) take topology and explore new territory.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Thank you for your input!

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Woops! Didn't mean to post here. Can this be moved to the Academic Guidance forum?

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# Topology vs more Analysis

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