I'm currently a senior at a decent university (US News top 60, quite a bit lower for math), majoring in Math (applied concentration) and Economics. My overall GPA is about a 3.87, and my math GPA is about a 3.84. I didn't really get into the math major until the second semester of my sophomore year, which hasn't set me up well for admission into a PhD program. I haven't done any REU's, and will have no research experience by the time I graduate. To remedy this, my hope would be to first do a masters, though money is a huge concern for me, so I would prefer a fully funded program. By graduation, I will have taken:
Calc II and III (A,A), Linear Algebra (A), Intro to Proofs (B+), ODE (A-), PDE (B+), Real Analysis I (A), Complex Analysis (A or A-), Math Modeling (A), Numerical Analysis (A), Math Logic (A).
I will be taking Real Analysis II in the spring. Just based on my grades and what I expect to be high GRE general scores, what funded masters programs could I be aiming for (off the top of my head, UVM and UCSC, though I would obviously prefer a more highly ranked program). I'm also split between pure and applied math.