I am currently a math major in college and my main problem is that it feels directionless. My college offers little in term of variety in undergraduate math so I moved on into taking graduate courses and I am actually loving it. But at this point I am just randomly taking courses that looks interesting and was wondering if there was specific directions to take within math. And even past that where will it lead.
After reading the comments I decided to add extra info. On the courses that I like, I have taken Abstract Algebra and Linear Algebra and really enjoyed them and also Number theory. I have also taken the typical three semester Calculus courses, Differential Equations, Discrete Math, Probability, Numerical Analysis and Real Analysis. On these courses I like them though I am not as enthusiastic about them as I am for the other courses I have mentioned. Though I find their applications very interesting.
And more specifically on the question it is on what paths are there to take in school and also what paths are there to take after graduation.