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.
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.
|Analysis||241, 333||242, 331|
|Applied||230, 237, 271||230, 271|
MATH 021, 022, 052, 121, and 124, which form the foundation of the undergraduate mathematics curriculum, are offered every semester.
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, |
|Algebra, Number Theory||151, 259||255, 351||351||255|
|Applied||330, 268*||339||330, 268||337|
|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