Two Year Rotation of Course Offerings

Fall I, Spring II are in odd years 2013, 2015, 2017, ...

Spring I, Fall II are in even years 2014, 2016, 2018, …

Course

Fall I

Spring I

Fall II

Spring II

Math 1610

Calculus II

X

X

X

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

Math 2000

Logic and Methods of Higher Mathematics

X

X

X

X

Math 2010

Calculus III

X

X

X

X

Math 2020

Linear Algebra

X

X

X

X

Math 2120

Mathematics for High School Teachers

X

 

X

 

 

Math 3010

Modern Algebra

X

X

X

X

Math 3110

Number Theory

X

 

X

 

Math 3220

Differential Equations

X

X

X

X

Math 3230

Foundations of Geometry

X

X

X

X

Math 3240

Probability and Statistics

X

X

X

X

Math 3260

Mathematical Models in Finance and Interest Theory

X

 

X

 

Math 3320

Statistical Computing

X

 

 

 

Math 3340

Applied Regression Analysis

 

X

 

 

Math 3350

Introduction to Numerical Analysis

 

X

 

X

Math 3800

Linear and Nonlinear Optimization

 

 

 

X

 

Math 4010

Applied Algebra

 

X

 

X

Math 4110

Advanced Discrete Mathematics

 

X

 

X

Math 4120

Time Series Analysis

X

 

 

 

Math 4130

Experimental Design for Statistics

 

X

 

 

Math 4150

Topics from Applied Mathematics

X

 

X

 

Math 4210

Mathematical Statistics

 

 

X

 

Math 4220

Complex Analysis

 

X

 

X

Math 4230

Introduction to Real Analysis

X

X

X

X

Math 4250

Introduction to Topology

X

 

X

 

Math 4900

Mathematics Seminar

X

X

X

X

 NOTES:

  • Every required course under the BA is offered in all Fall and Spring semesters.
  • Math 2120 – Mathematics for High School Teachers (to be renamed) is offered only in the Fall semesters.
  • Math 3230 – Foundations of Geometry is offered in all Fall and Spring semesters.
  • Elective courses under the BA and BS listed below will be offered once a year.

Math 3110

Number Theory

 

Math 3260

Mathematical Models in Finance and Interest Theory

 

Math 3350

Introduction to Numerical Analysis

 

Math 4010

Applied Algebra

 

Math 4110

Advanced Discrete Mathematics

 

Math 4150

Topics from Applied Mathematics

 

Math 4220

Complex Analysis *

* Note that this is a required course under the BS degree

Math 4250

Introduction to Topology

 

  • Elective courses under the BA and BS listed below will be offered once every two years.

Math 3320

Statistical Computing

Math 3340

Applied Regression Analysis

Math 3800

Linear and Nonlinear Optimization

Math 4120

Time Series Analysis

Math 4130

Experimental Design for Statistics

Math 4210

Mathematical Statistics