Mathematics Course Scheduling Plan

Upper Level Courses: The courses in this category are not offered every semester but are generally scheduled according to the following plan.

Even Numbered Years

Spring Semester

Fall Semester

MATH 3200 - History of Mathematics MATH 2500 - Intro. to Math Thought
MATH 3500 - Methods of Applied Mathematics MATH 4200 - Prob. & Stats. I
MATH 4250 - Prob. & Stats. II MATH 4300 - Abstract Algebra
MATH 4350 - Complex Analysis MATH 4500 - Numerical Analysis
MATH 3900 - Math Seminar  

Odd Numbered Years

Spring Semester

Fall Semester

MATH 1850 - Freshman Seminar in Applied Math MATH 2500 - Intro. To Math Thought
MATH 3150 - Number Theory MATH 4000 - Real Variable Theory
MATH 4250 - Prob. & Stats. II MATH 4200 - Prob. & Stats. I
MATH 3900 - Math Seminar MATH 4300 - Abstract Algebra
MATH 4450 - Math Modeling
OR
MATH 4400 - Operations Research
 

Notes:

  1. Secondary Education Students: The following courses are required for all students in the Secondary Education track.
    1. MATH 2860 Introduction to Secondary School Teaching - offered in the Fall semesters through the Education Department. Also note that it is a prerequisite for ENGL 4700.
    2. ENGL 4700 Teaching Reading and Writing Across the Content Area - usually offered in the Spring semesters only.
    3. MATH 4850 Special Methods in Teaching Mathematics and MATH 3000 Geometry - both offered on an “as needed” basis usually every third semester.
  2. Applied Mathematics Students: MATH 1850 Freshman Seminar in Applied Mathematics, MATH 3500 Methods of Applied Mathematics, and MATH 4450 Math Modeling or MATH 4400 Operations Research are required courses for the Applied Mathematics Concentration. MATH 4600 Senior Seminar in Applied Mathematics is also required in this concentration and the department plans to offer it for the first time in Fall 2012.
  3. Courses offered infrequently on an “as needed” basis include: MATH 3550 - Differential Equations; MATH 4050 - Topology; MATH 4150 - Advanced Multivariate Calculus.
  4. MATH 4900 Independent Study and MATH 4975 Directed Study are offered every semester.

SERVICE COURSES AND OTHER MAJOR REQUIRED COURSES

Most of these courses are offered every semester of every year.

  • MATH 0100 - Basic Math I
  • MATH 0200 - Basic Math II
  • MATH 1200 - Finite Mathematics
  • MATH 1250 - Introduction to Functions
  • MATH 1300 - Precalculus
  • MATH 1400 - Math Across the Curriculum
  • MATH 1500 - Informal Number Theory
  • MATH 1600 - Informal Mathematical Modeling
  • MATH 1700 - Applied Statistics I
  • MATH 1800 - Business Statistics
  • MATH 1900 - Discrete Mathematics (offered as CSC 1900 in Spring semesters)
  • MATH 2000 - Informal Geometry
  • MATH 2100 - Technical Calculus (usually offered in Spring semesters only)
  • MATH 2200 - Calculus for Business
  • MATH 2300 - Calculus I
  • MATH 2400 - Calculus II
  • MATH 2600 - Linear Algebra
  • MATH 3300 - Calculus III (usually offered in Fall semesters only)
  • MATH 3400 - Calculus IV (usually offered in Spring semesters only)