Hi, I'm a first year computer engineering student and the math courses that I'm taking in university has re-ignited my interest in mathematics. The calculus that I'm taking right now is slightly more advanced (although perhaps less detail oriented) than what the math majors have for their first semester. I'm also taking linear algebra right now, however, elementary algebra is not a part of my curriculum (the math majors are taking it). I'm thinking of doing an option in mathematics, which would require taking 8 extra courses. Here's the web page describing the courses available to engineering students taking the mathematics option. http://www.ucalendar.uwaterloo.ca/ENG/option_math.html [Broken] Do you think that after completing such an option, my background in mathematics would strong enough to pursue graduate studies in mathematics? Also, what if I don't even take the math option but manage to get really good grades in engineering? Thank you for your time!