Order | Course | Details | Relative Study |

1 | Algebra I | Covers the introduction of variables and basic operations | 1 Month |

2 | Geometery | Graphs of functions | 2 Weeks |

3 | Algebra II | Algebra but with the introduction of multiple variables. Carrys on to rate ratios and pre calculus basics. | 2 Months |

4 | Calculus | Introduces differentials and Integrals | 3 Months |

5 | Multi-Variate Calculus | Calculus expanded to multiple planes and variables. Introduces analysis formulas. | 3 Months |

6 | Linear Algebra | Sets the mood of matrixes and uses of vector spaces. Shows transformation of matrices. | 3 Months |

7 | Differential Equations | Advanced course on higher order equations and spaces. | 3 Months |

8 | Abstract Algebra | Extended matrixes and operators | 3 Months |

9 | Real Analysis | Real number analysis, covering indepth forumlas and proofs | 3 Months |

10 | Complex Analysis | Operations of complex numbers and spaces, analyzing functions using complex numbers as median. | 3 Months |

11 | Gaia Theory | Haven't seen anything related to this course first hand. However, my friends say you should be able to tell if something's prove-able after this course. | 3 Months |