So I have a weak profile but essentially i discovered a passion for pure math much too late and will be graduating in the spring. My main goal is to get into a funded masters program then consider my phd options after that. I won't have time to study for the mGRE before october so i'm only applying to schools that don't require it. I was wondering if based on my profile this path looks possible. Thanks for any feedback.
Type of Student: Domestic, White Male
Note: Dicked around in my early days wrecking my GPA but had straight A's the last couple semesters.
Undergrad Institution: Small unknown liberal arts university
Major: Mathematics and Computer Science
Classes: All courses should be A's / A-'s with the exception of a B- in Calc I By the time I graduate I will have completed :
Math: Calculus(I, II, III), Applied Differential Equations, Discrete Math, Linear Algebra, Statistics I, Real Analysis I, Abstract Algebra I
CS : Programming(I, II), Databases, Introduction to Data Science, Data Structures, Efficient Algorithms.
Other: Internship in a cs research group, I'm close with my professors and they will likely write me good letters.
Programs Im considering: (All Masters)
San Francisco State
University of Colorado Boulder
University of Utah
Western Washington University
University of Vermont
University of British Columbia
University of Victoria
Université de Montréal