Hey all. I'm actually a math and chemistry major at the Univ. of Illinois Chicago. I have a competitive GPA, research experience, and an overal good academic history. What I'm trying to do is plan my advanced math courses to not only be functionable within my area of interests (engineering, applied mathematics, physical chemistry), but are respected and appreciated by graduate admission review boards. Here are my options. Analysis II Topology I & II Linear Algebra II Abstract Algebra II Partial Differential Equations Complex Analysis Probability Theory Statistical Theory Mathematical Models Numerical Analysis Advanced Calculus Differential Geometry Any suggestions not listed? So within the fields of applied mathematics, engineering, and chemistry which would give me the best edge?