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However, I am unable to take any of these courses until the spring of my second year due to some ECE prereqs. So for next semester I am considering starting a two-semester sequence in real analysis, or take a second course in linear(numerical analysis) or take a proof based probability course. One thing to note is that the numerical analysis course is a graduate level so I don't know if I should take it as a second year, especially considering the fact I go to a T10 STEM university and the almost all of the courses have very low averages and pass rates.

So I am asking everyone here who is more knowledgeable than me on what courses I should take.

P.S my optimal goal atm is being able to take at least one math course every semester.