# Course catalog

## Mathematics

Code | Name | Semester* |
---|---|---|

MTH 130 | Excursions in Mathematics | Spring |

MTH 140 | Calculus with Foundations | Fall/Spring |

MTH 141 | Calculus I | Fall/Spring |

MTH 141A | Calculus with Foundations | Spring |

MTH 142 | Calculus II | Fall/Spring |

MTH 143 | Calculus III | Fall/Spring |

MTH 150 | Discrete Mathematics | Fall/Spring |

MTH 150A | Discrete Math Module for MTH 171 | |

MTH 161 | Calculus IA | Fall/Spring |

MTH 162 | Calculus IIA | Fall/Spring |

MTH 164 | Multidimensional Calculus | Fall/Spring |

MTH 165 | Linear Algebra with Differential Equations | Fall/Spring |

MTH 171 | Honors Calculus I | Fall/Spring |

MTH 172 | Honors Calculus II | Spring |

MTH 173 | Honors Calculus III | Fall |

MTH 174 | Honors Calculus IV | Spring |

MTH 190 | Topics in Problem Solving | Fall |

MTH 199 | The Infinite | Fall |

MTH 200W | Transition to Advanced Math | Fall/Spring |

MTH 201 | Introduction to Probability | Fall/Spring |

MTH 202 | Introduction to Stochastic Processes | Spring (odd years) |

MTH 203 | Introduction Mathematical Statistics | Spring |

MTH 208 | Operations Research | Fall |

MTH 210 | Introduction to Financial Mathematics | Fall |

MTH 210H | Introduction to Financial Math (Honors) | Fall |

MTH 215 | Fractals and Chaotic Dynamics | Fall (odd years) |

MTH 217 | Mathematical Modeling in Political Science | Fall (even years) |

MTH 218 | Intro. to Math. Models in the Life Sciences | Spring |

MTH 230 | Theory of Numbers | Fall |

MTH 233 | Introduction to Cryptography | Spring |

MTH 235 | Linear Algebra | Fall/Spring |

MTH 236 | Introduction to Algebra I | Spring |

MTH 236H | Introduction to Algebra I (Honors) | Spring |

MTH 237 | Introduction to Algebra II | Fall |

MTH 238 | Combinatorics | Fall |

MTH 240 | Point Set Topology | Spring |

MTH 240H | Point Set Topology (Honors) | Spring |

MTH 246 | Logic and Set Theory | (varies) |

MTH 248 | Graph Theory | Spring |

MTH 250 | Introduction to Geometry | Spring (even years) |

MTH 255 | Differential Geometry I | Fall |

MTH 263 | Qualitative Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations | Spring |

MTH 265 | Functions of a Real Variable | Fall |

MTH 265H | Functions of a Real Variable (Honors) | Fall |

MTH 266 | Topics in Real Analysis | Spring (odd years) |

MTH 280 | Introduction to Numerical Analysis | Fall |

MTH 281 | Introduction to Fourier Series-Orthogonal Polynomials and Boundary Value Problems | Fall |

MTH 282 | Introduction to Complex Variables | Spring |

MTH 285 | Introduction to Applied Mathematics | Spring |

MTH 300W | History of Mathematics | Spring |

MTH 436 | Algebra I | Fall |

MTH 437 | Algebra II | Spring |

MTH 440 | General Topology I | Fall |

MTH 443 | Algebraic Topology I | Fall |

MTH 448 | Computational Topology | ??? |

MTH 453 | Differentiable Manifolds | Spring |

MTH 463 | Partial Differential Equations | (varies) |

MTH 467 | Theory of Analytic Functions I | Spring |

MTH 471 | Real Analysis | Fall |

MTH 472 | Functional Analysis | (varies) |

MTH 503 | Probability | (varies) |

MTH 504 | Stochastic processes | (varies) |

MTH 506 | Topics in Advanced Probability | (varies) |

MTH 528 | Introduction to p-adic Analysis | (varies) |

MTH 530 | Elliptic Curves | (varies) |

MTH 531 | Topics in Algebraic Number Theory | (varies) |

MTH 535 | Commutative Algebra | (varies) |

MTH 537 | Homological Algebra | (varies) |

MTH 538 | Algebraic Geometry I | (varies) |

MTH 539 | Algebraic Geometry II | (varies) |

MTH 546 | Cohomology of groups | (varies) |

MTH 549 | Topics in Algebraic Topology | (varies) |

MTH 550 | Equivariant Topology | (varies) |

MTH 557 | Topics in Differential Geometry | ??? |

MTH 565 | Topics in Partial Differential Equations | (varies) |

MTH 568 | Topics in Number Theory | (varies) |

MTH 569 | Topics in Number Theory | (varies) |

MTH 570 | Topics in Ergodic Theory and Arithmetic Geometry | (varies) |

MTH 578 | Topics in Harmonic Analysis | ??? |

MTH 585 | Topics in Mathematical Physics | (varies) |

## Notes

We will attempt to follow this schedule. However factors such as faculty availability may necessitate changes.

“Odd years” refers to odd calendar years, e.g., Spring 2015 and Fall 2015. “Even years” refers to even calendar years, e.g., Spring 2016 and Fall 2016.