# Best classes to take [closed]

I want a class that will help me improve my intuition on geometric spaces. All the math classes I have taken this far has been computational heavy and didn't help me understand the concepts other than knowing how to compute. I took linear algebra this semester, which I enjoyed -- it was the first math class that I actually had a small, intuition understanding of the concepts. It was heavy on proofs, even though I never did proofs before, I struggled at it, but it did help me understand the topics a lot better.

Which classes will help me further understand all the concepts discussed in linear algebra like Euclidean space and so on. Which class are best for me: Algebraic Topology, Complex Analysis, Analysis $I$, Abstract Algebra?

## closed as not a real question by user4594, Did, Thomas, rschwieb, martiniDec 6 '12 at 14:38

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• I like to recommend people take abstract algebra early since it gets you familiar with the language of higher math, in addition to its own content. Then again, I am an algebraist. – Alexander Gruber Dec 6 '12 at 9:38
• What do you mean by "further understand all the concepts discussed in linear algebra"? Unless you're asking about seeing linear algebra over other fields (or rings), or in infinite dimensions, I'd say the best course to learn about linear algebra is linear algebra, preferably an "honors" course with lots of proofs. – Jesse Madnick Dec 6 '12 at 9:46
• @JasperLoy I will edit my question to minimize the vagueness but it is closed. Why is it closed for? – diimension Dec 6 '12 at 21:52
• @JasperLoy Did not know that. Sry for that then. – diimension Dec 6 '12 at 21:59
• @AlexanderGruber Thank you very much for informing me on that because after taking a year and half of computational heavy math courses, I jumped right into a proof related class, in linear algebra, that I struggled in because I have never seen that type of math before. I hope that abstract algebra will help clarify all the issues I had in linear algebra. – diimension Dec 7 '12 at 9:45