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Undergrad:

- Calc II (taken), Calc III, Linear Algebra I, Linear Algebra II, Real Analysis I, Real Analysis II, Ordinary Differential Equations, Intro to Abstract Algebra, Complex Variables, Survey of Algebra, Number Theory, General Topology, Differential Geometry, Advanced Multivariate Calculus

Graduate:

-Algebraic Topology I, Complex Analysis I, Homological Algebra, Measure Theory, Algebraic Topology II, Complex Analysis II...3-6 more graduate math classes

Also, do you think it's necessary to take some physics, computer science classes? I already took programming.