<p>By the time I start my freshman year at UMN, I will have completed freshman and multivariable calculus, differential equations, and linear algebra. I see that UMN offers a honors sequence of multivariable, linear algebra and differential equations to interested students. Would I be at a disadvantage if I jumped directly into their intro real analysis course?</p>
<p>Were any of the courses you took proof-based?</p>
<p>Obviously not, ahahahaha.
Though I'm going to take an intro "real analysis" course that is almost at the level of Math 3283, I believe.</p>
<p>Look up the course web pages (through the hompages of each prof) and check out the work.</p>
<p>I've heard they use Baby Rudin for their Analysis courses, so I know what I'm getting into. :x</p>