Thanks to a screwy scheduling system at my college this year, I won't be able to take a real analysis course before graduating.
After searching for a while, I found one online for ~$1300. Here's the link if you care to check it out.
Would a PhD admissions committee take the content of an online course seriously? (assuming you do well in the class, of course) Or would it be better to save the money and take it on-site at a college as a non-degree seeking student?
I only ask because I am considering getting a master's abroad (I'm a US student) after graduation, so there may not be an opportune time to take the class later.
Thanks for the input.