I recently applied to graduate school for mathematics and was denied because I don't meet all the class requirements and was told that it will be best to go to school for a year as a non degree student to make up these deficiencies. The story is that I changed my major from biology to mathematics as a senior and have crammed the math program in two years. My classes this spring are: Calculus 3, Abstract Algebra, Differential Equations, History of Mathematics, Math Modeling, and my Senior Thesis. The website to the school I am applying to reads: "In addition to meeting the School of Graduate Studies admission requirements, all applicants should have satisfactorily completed a complete sequence in calculus, introductory courses in linear algebra, abstract algebra and real analysis and at least six semester hours in other upper-level mathematics courses". The other math courses I have taken are Calculus 1&2, Discrete, Foundations, Linear Algebra, and Real Analysis. So my question is this, does my college transcript only show my classes through last fall? Or do they at least show the classes I'm enrolled in this spring too?