### Course Schedule Planner

The schedule below is intended to provide probable mathematics course offerings to assist students with course planning, particularly at the 200- and 300-level. This schedule is a blueprint, and given the circumstances of any semester, modifications may be necessary.

#### Required Courses

Courses that are required by at least one degree program will normally run according to the following schedule. Consult the course catalogue for specific degree requirements.

Subject Area | Fall | Spring |
---|---|---|

Algebra | 251 | 252 |

Analysis | 241, 333 | 242, 331 |

Applied | 230, 237, 271 | 230, 271 |

Combinatorics | 173 | 173 |

Complex Systems | 300 | |

Geometry, History | 260 | 161 |

MATH 021, 022, 052, 121, and 124, which form the foundation of the undergraduate mathematics curriculum, are offered every semester.

#### Elective Courses

Mathematics electives are planned to run according to the following schedule beginning Spring 2013. Courses markes with * will be offered when possible.

Subject Area | Fall, Even Years | Spring, Odd Years | Fall, Odd Years | Spring, Even Years |
---|---|---|---|---|

Algebra, Number Theory | 151, 259 | 255, 351 | 351 | 255 |

Analysis | 240 | 141, 335 | 272 | |

Applied | 330, 268* | 339 | 330, 268 | 337 |

Combinatorics | 273 | 27x* | 273 | 373 |

Complex Systems | 303, 266 | 303*, 266 | ||

Geometry, Topology | 353 or 354 | 257* |

*Note:* New courses to be added Fall 2012 through Fall 2013 (initially offered as 295 courses):

257 = Lie Theory

259 = Cryptography

27x = Algebraic Combinatorics

#### Offered As Requested

*Note:* Students may request that the following courses be offered by
contacting the Department of Mathematics & Statistics.

395 = Methods of Applied Math

238 = Applied Computational Methods

395 = Nonlinear PDEs

235 = Mathematical Modeling

Also note that the University criteria for running courses are:

- a minimum enrollment of 15 for courses numbered 001 - 099
- a minimum enrollment of 10 for courses numbered 100 - 299
- a minimum enrollment of 5 for courses numbered 300 - 399