Jess & Mildred Fisher College of Science & Mathematics


Department of Mathematics

Rotation Schedule for Selected Mathematics Courses

Advising and Scheduling

All students should see their advisers when planning their schedules.  Students majoring in mathematics should request a mathematics adviser in the Department of Mathematics Office, 7800 York Road, room 316.  Please refer to the Department of Mathematics Plan for the Frequency of Scheduling Courses below to fine tune your planning.


Department of Mathematics Plan for the Frequency of Scheduling Courses

Course Number Course Title Offered Every Term Offered Once a Year Offered Every 3rd Term* Offered Every 4th Term** Every
Summer
Session
DVMT 101 Developmental Mathematics II check       check
DVMT 110 Intermediate Algebra check       check
MATH 103 Transition to Math Ideas check        
MATH 105 Mathematical Ideas check       check
MATH 109 Transition to Algebra for Applications check       check
MATH 111 Algebra for Applications check       check
MATH 115 Basic Mathematics for the Sciences check       check
MATH 119 Pre-Calculus check       check
MATH 204 Mathematical Concepts and Structures check       check
MATH 205 Mathematical Concepts and Structures II check       check
MATH 211 Calculus for Applications check       check
MATH 230 Computer Lab for Beginning Statistics   Fall      
MATH 231 Basic Statistics check       check
MATH 237 Elementary Biostatistics check       check
MATH 251 Elements of Geometry check       check
MATH 263 Discrete Mathematics check       check
MATH 265 Elementary Linear Algebra check       check
MATH 267 Introduction to Abstract Mathematics check       check
MATH 273 Calculus I check       check
MATH 274 Calculus II check       check
MATH 275 Calculus III check       check
MATH 283 Honors Calculus I   Fall      
MATH 293 Honors Seminar in Mathematics       Spring 2014  
MATH 301 [501] History of Mathematics   Spring      
MATH 305 Chance check        
MATH 312 Theory of Interest check        
MATH 314
[COSC 314]
Introduction to Cryptography   Fall      
MATH 315 Applied Combinatorics       Fall
2014
 
MATH 330 Introduction to Statistical Methods check       check
MATH 331 [531] Probability check       check
MATH 332 [532] Mathematical Statistics check        
MATH 337 [533] Applied Regression and Time Series Analysis check         
MATH 339 [539] Biostatistics II   Fall      
MATH 353 Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometries   Fall      
MATH 369 Introduction to Abstract Algebra check       check
MATH 374 [574] Differential Equations check       check
MATH 377 [575] Mathematical Models   Fall      
MATH 378 Scientific Modeling and Simulation       Spring 2014  
MATH 379 [579] Fourier Analysis with Applications   Spring      
MATH 390 Introduction to Actuarial Mathematics   Spring      
MATH 420 Applications of technology for Secondary School Teachers   Fall      
MATH 423 Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary Schools   Fall      
MATH 426 Student Teaching in Secondary Education-Mathematics check        
MATH 428 Senior Seminar Mathematics Education   Fall
late afternoon
     
MATH 430 Mathematics Education Debriefing   Spring      
MATH 435 [535] Numerical Analysis I   Fall      
MATH 437 [537] Operations Research   Spring      
MATH 438 [538] Actuarial Models   Fall      
MATH 439 Computational Probability Models   Spring      
MATH 442 [542] Actuarial Model Construction   Spring      
MATH 451 [551] Graph Theory     Fall
2013
   
MATH 457 [557] Differential Geometry     Fall
2013
   
MATH 463 [563] Linear Algebra       Spring 2015  
MATH 465 [565] Theory of Numbers   Spring      
MATH 467 [568] Algebraic Structures   Fall      
MATH 473 [576] Introductory Real Analysis   Fall      
MATH 475 [577] Complex Analysis   Spring      
MATH 477 [578] Topology       Spring 2015  
MATH 485 [585] Mathematical Finance   Fall      
MATH 486 [586] Risk Management and Financial Engineering   Spring      
MATH 490 Senior Seminar in Mathematics check        

Notes:

  1. *  After being offered in a given term, two terms will pass before the course is offered again.
       Students in their second term junior year or higher interested in taking this course are advised
       to enroll as soon as the course is offered.

  2. **  After being offered in a given term, three terms will pass before this course is offered again.


 

 

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