Calendar of Offerings | Department of Mathematics

Calendar of Offerings

(Subject to Change)

Warning: Due to uncertainties in enrollments and potentially changing degree requirements, some of the courses may not be offered at the times indicated. This document represents our best guess at when courses will be offered, but you should not rely on it being entirely accurate every semester.

Course No. Course Title Prereq. Fall Spr MM S-I S-II
1010 Fundamentals of Algebra

Non-TSI complete

students ONLY

Contact department
1100 Algebra TSI Math completion
1180 College Math for Business, Economics, and Related Fields TSI Math completion
1190 Business Calculus 1100, 1180 or Math Dept. Consent
1350 Math for Elementary Ed I 1100, 1180 or Math Dept. Consent
1351 Math for Elementary Ed II 1350
1580 Survey of Mathematics with Applications TSI Math completion
1581 Survey of Mathematics with Applications and algebra review TSI Math completion Contact department
1600 Trigonometry 1100 or Math Dept. Consent Contact department
1610 Functions, Graphs, and Applications 1600 or Math Dept. Consent Contact department
1650 Pre-Calculus 1100 or Math Dept. Consent
1680 Elementary Probability and Statistics TSI Math Completion
1681 Elementary Probability and Statistics with algebra review TSI Math completion Contact department
1710 Calculus I 1650 or 1600 and 1610
1720 Calculus II 1710
1780 Probability Models 1710
2000 Discrete Mathematics 1710 (coreq)
2100 Functions and Modeling for Secondary Mathematics Instruction 1710 and 1720 (coreq)
2700 Linear Algebra and Vector Geometry 1720
2730 Multivariable Calculus 1720
3000 Real Analysis I 1720 and 2000
3010 Seminar in Problem Solving Techniques
3021 Seminar for SOA Exam 1/Probability 2730 and consent of department
3022 Seminar for SOA Exam 2/Financial Mathematics 1720 and FINA 3770
3350 Introduction to Numerical Analysis 2700 & computer programing ability
3400 Number Theory 2000 or 3000 or CSCE 2100 Odd Year Spring
3410 Differential Equations I 1720 (with a C or better beginning Fall '17)
3420 Differential Equations II 3310 or 3410 and 2730
3510 Introduction to Abstract Algebra 3000 and 2700
3610 Real Analysis II 3000 and 2700
3680 Applied Statistics 1710 and 1720 (coreq)
3740 Vector Calculus 2700 and 2730
3850 Mathematical Modeling 1720 and 2700 (coreq)
3870 Inventing Statistics 3680 or 4610; see catalog for other options Contact department
4010 Introduction to Metamathematics 3510 or 3610 Even Year Fall
4050 Adv. Study of Secondary Math Curriculum 3000
4060 Foundations of Geometry 3000 and 3510 or 3610 (coreq)
4090 Senior Seminar senior standing, 2700, 3410, 3510, 3610, and 3680 or 4610
4100 Fourier Analysis 1720 & 2700 plus 2730 & 3410 recommended Even Year Fall
4200 Dynamical Systems 3610 Odd Year Fall
4430 Introduction to Graph Theory 2000 or 3000 or CSCE 2100 Odd Year Fall
4450 Introduction to the Theory of Matrices 2700
4500 Introduction to Topology 3610
4510* Abstract Algebra II 3510 Even Year Spring
4520 Introduction to Functions of a Complex Variable 2730
4600 Financial Mathematics MATH 1720 (C or better), FINA 3770 (may be taken concurrently), and one of the following (may be taken concurrently): MATH 3680, ECON 4630, or DSCI 3710 Even Year Spring
4610 Probability 2730 and 3680
4650 Statistics 3680 and 4610
4810 Biocomputing 1720 Even Year Fall

* Math 4510 was Math 3520 prior to Fall '15.

Updated February 2017; effective Fall 2017

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