For a math major who takes Calc I first semester of freshman year, what might his 4 year schedule look like (only with regard to math classes, not electives and stuff)? Obviously this varies a lot from person to person (and a bit from school to school), but in general, what's a normal sequencing of the commonly taken courses? In high school, math is almost completely linear: algebra 1 ---> geometry ----> algebra 2 ----> precal/trig ----> calc is how it's almost always done. I'm mostly wondering how less linear it is in college (what courses can be taken at the same time, what are the biggest choices in course-taking that math majors make, etc.). I'm talking about pure math, not applied.