Academic Introduction to the Major (AIM)
Gateway Courses by Major/Minor
- Art History
- Asian Studies
- Biology, Zoology, Neuroscience and Integrated Biological Science
- Classical Civilization
- Computer Science
- Environmental Sciences
- European Studies
- Film and Television Studies
- German and Russian
- Global Studies
- Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies
- Italian Studies
- Latin American and Caribbean Studies
- Plant Biology
- Political Science
- Psychological Science
- Russian and East European Studies
- Studio Art
Gateway/Entry-Point Courses into Math Major/Minor
The following two courses serve as useful entry level courses for students to gain a sense of what a major or minor in math would entail:
MATH 021 Calculus I
Introduction to calculus of functions of one variable including: limits, continuity, techniques and applications of differentiation and integration. Credit not given for more than one course in the pair 019, 021. Offered both spring and fall.
MATH 052 Fundamentals of Mathematics
Fundamental mathematical concepts and techniques, emphasizing proofs and algorithms, are investigated within the context of topics such as number theory and graph theory. Sample topics are encryption, error-correcting codes, and fractals. Three credits. Offered both spring and fall.
Contact Jeff Buzas for questions regarding Statistics.
Contact Greg Warrington, Gregory.Warrington@uvm.edu, for questions regarding Mathematics.
Buzas Jeff, Chair
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Phone: (802) 656-4353
Department Website: www.uvm.edu/~cems/mathstat/?Page=undergrad/default.php&SM=undergrad/_undergradmenu.html