I just filled out my major declaration card. On the card I had to fill out a "schedule" for the rest of my college life just to show that there existed a solution to major completion, but luckily I don't have to stick to it ("It's so easy to explain this to math majors," Dr. Koch told me when we discussed this yesterday). So basically there exists a solution, but that solution isn't necessarily unique. My schedule up to this point was fine. Even my schedule for next year was easy. Senior year was more difficult, so I made stuff up. I put down senior seminar (duh) and Complex, which I know I'm going to take. From there I have no idea what's going to happen, so I just put stuff down at random (special study, independent study, et cetera--I know I'm going to do at least one of the two, and maybe both because I'm crazy like that).
Then I realized that I was going over the "maximum" number of credit hours for a major, and that was with my easy senior year. Yes, one really exists. Luckily, as long as I take that many more credit hours total, I'm good. Considering all the credits I came in with, I think I'll be fine. Yay.
Now I just have to get Dr. Koch to sign it after calc or number theory tomorrow, and then I'll stick it in the Box of Disappearing ObjectsTM at the registrar's office, and it's official. I have sold my soul to the math department. It's like selling your soul to the devil, but with less social taboo and more cookies.