I know the semester doesn't end until December in most universities but I had a lot of time to think today about where I was going in my major so I look through some papers I got when I entered this school five or so weeks ago telling me what I needed to graduate. As I was planning maybe what to take next semester I noticed the last math course required or even recommended was the only course I haven't taken (Numerical Methods, EE major). I guess you can tell from that information that I really like math and well I don't want to be deprived of a math path for the next four years. I mean what can I take? I'm only too aware I've just barely begun to climb the ladder that leads to higher maths but I'm without a direction. Would anyone like to make suggestions on math courses that just really were enlightening? I'm just looking for that class or those classes that just raise(s) the cieling for thinking.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

To sort of compound frustrations, my school doesn't really even have any sort of math forum that I'm aware of and only participates in the Putnam competition so PF appears to be the only way I can get my fix of random math I haven't heard of before. So, as a side note, are there any other college-level math competitions around besides Putnam?

Thanks for reading this. I hope I conveyed my tone right :)

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