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Calculus I

Calculus II

Calculus III

Ordinary Differential Equations

Discrete Mathematics

Introduction to Advanced Mathematics

Linear Algebra

The Real Line

Functions of a Real Variable

Calculus and Linear Algebra

Abstract Algebra

Applications of Mathematics

Keep in mind, a lot of the courses above can be taken during the same semester. For example, you can talk Calc I and Discrete Math during the same semester since both have the same prerequisites.

The course sequence differs from school to school somewhat, but for the most part you'll end up taking the same classes to earn your degree. Once you decided on a school and get accepted, you should contact/visit the mathematics department. They can give you all the information you need.

Hope I helped you at least a little.

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superman: I studied calculus on my own the summer after my sophomore year. I agree that a regular class is generally better. I mainly did it this way so that I could dual enroll and thus take college level math classes for free.

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