After completing Calculus I and II, you may continue to Calculus III, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations. These three may be taken in any order that fits your schedule, but the listed order is most common.

## What is the order of math classes in college?

**What is the order of math classes in college?**

- Topics for Mathematical Literacy (MATH 105, 3 Credits)
- College Algebra (MATH 107, 3 Credits)
- Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry (MATH 108, 3 Credits)
- Pre-Calculus (MATH 115, 3 Credits)
- Calculus I (MATH 140, 4 Credits)
- Calculus II (MATH 141, 4 Credits)

## Where do I go after calculus?

**Life After Calculus**

- Introduction. If you are a student who is taking a standard undergraduate calculus sequence, you may be wondering what comes next. …
- Level of Entry. …
- Analysis. …
- Algebra. …
- Combinatorics. …
- Geometry and Topology. …
- Probability and Statistics. …
- Mathematical Logic.

## What is higher math than calculus?

Most people, taking this view of what “higher” entails, would say that **abstract algebra** is higher than calculus—but nothing fundamentally stops us from teaching it to high schoolers. Abstract algebra is nicely self-contained and doesn’t depend on calculus or even most of the math taught in school.

## What is the first college math class?

The first math course a student takes depends on his or her background. In most cases, it will be **MATH 105 (Calculus I)**, 106 (Calculus II), 205 (Linear Algebra), or 206 (Multivariable Calculus).

## What is the highest level of math?

Wrap up with **Calculus**, the highest level of math offered by many high schools and often considered the gold standard of pre-college math preparation.

## Is Statistics harder than calculus?

**Statistics does tend to be harder than calculus**, especially at the advanced levels. If you take a beginning statistics course, there will be very simple concepts that are rather easy to work out and solve. Overall, calculus is a much narrower category of math than statistics. …

## What comes first calculus or statistics?

Calculus, the way it’s traditionally taught, doesn’t depend on any knowledge of probability or statistics, so it’s **perfectly fine to take the entire calculus track first**. Probability and Statistics are interesting though.

## How is calculus different from other math?

Calculus is **a branch of mathematics that studies change**. … Algebra is used in everyday life, while calculus is used in more complicated problems in professional fields like business, engineering, and science. 2. Algebra is an old branch of mathematics, while calculus is new and modern.