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As a CSComputer Science undergrad, I've taken Calculus I, II, III, Linear algebra and Differential equations. This exposure to higher mathematics encouraged me to pursue a PhD in mathematics. How feasible will this change will be? How will the transition will be from computer science to mathematics?

As a CS undergrad, I've taken Calculus I, II, III, Linear algebra and Differential equations. This exposure to higher mathematics encouraged me to pursue PhD in mathematics. How feasible this change will be? How the transition will be from computer science to mathematics?

As a Computer Science undergrad, I've taken Calculus I, II, III, Linear algebra and Differential equations. This exposure to higher mathematics encouraged me to pursue a PhD in mathematics. How feasible will this change be? How will the transition be from computer science to mathematics?

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How feasible is it to pursue PhD in mathematics for a computer science undergrad?

As a CS undergrad, I've taken Calculus I, II, III, Linear algebra and Differential equations. This exposure to higher mathematics encouraged me to pursue PhD in mathematics. How feasible this change will be? How the transition will be from computer science to mathematics?