Course Number 
Course Title 
Credits 
Prerequisites 
Comments 
Sample Materials 
MATH 114 
Quantitative Reasoning 
3 
Math Placement Test. 
Degree students only 

MATH 115 
College Algebra 
3 
Math Placement Test or MATH 125. 
Designed primarily but not exclusively for students seeking a stronger foundation in algebra before taking MATH 129 or MATH 130. 
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MATH 125 
Introductory Statistics 
3 
Math Placement Test or MATH 114Q or 115 or 124 or 129 or 130 or 140. 

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MATH 129 
Precalculus for Management and Social Sciences 
3 
Math Placement Test or MATH 115 with a grade of B or better in the previous semester. 
Students intending to take Calculus I and II (MATH 140 and 141) should take MATH 130 instead of MATH 129. Students may take MATH 130 after MATH 129, but only with the explicit permission of the department, and then only for two credits. 
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MATH 130 
Precalculus 
3 
Math Placement Test or MATH 115 with a grade of B or better in the previous semester. 
No student receives graduation credits for MATH 130 if it is taken after successful completion of any higher math course. Students who have successfully completed MATH 130 may not subsequently take MATH 129 for credit. Students may take MATH 130 after MATH 129 only with explicit permission of the department, and then only for two credits. 
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MATH 134 
Managerial Calculus 
3 
Math Placement Test or successful completion of MATH 129 or MATH 130. 
Students may not receive graduation credit for both MATH 134 and MATH 135. Students may take MATH 140 after MATH 134, but only with the explicit permission of the department and then only for two credits. 
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MATH 135 
Survey of Calculus 
3 
Math Placement Test or MATH 130. 
No student receives graduation credit for MATH 135 if it is taken after successful completion of MATH 134 or 140 or a higher Math course. Students may take MATH 140 after 135 only with explicit permission of the Department, and then only for two credits. 

MATH 140 
Calculus I 
4 
Math Placement Test or completion of MATH 130 within the past semester with a grade of B or higher. 
A student who has received credit for either MATH 134 or MATH 135 may not take MATH 140 for credit without the explicit permission of the department and then only for two credits. 
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MATH 141 
Calculus II 
4 
MATH 140 with grade of C or better or MATH 145 with grade of C or better. 
Because MATH 141 is the second part of a threesemester calculus sequence, it should be taken as soon as possible after MATH 140. 
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MATH 145 
Calculus I for Life and Environmental Sciences 
4 
Math Placement Test or a grade of B or better in MATH 130 in the previous semester. 
Students who complete this course will be eligible for MATH 141, or MATH 146, as well as MATH 303. 

MATH 146 
Calculus II for Life and Environmental Sciences 
4 
MATH 140 or MATH 145. 
This course does not fulfill the Calculus II (Math 141) requirement and does not serve as a prerequisite for Multivariable Calculus (Math 240). This course satisfies the following GenEd requirements: Quantitative Reasoning, Distribution II: MT. 

MATH 240 
Multivariable Calculus 
3 
MATH 141. 
Because MATH 240 is the final part of a threesemester calculus sequence, it should be taken as soon as possible after MATH 141. No student receives graduation credit for MATH 240 if it is taken after successful completion of MATH 242. Students may take MATH 242 after MATH 240 only with the explicit permission of the Department and then only for one credit. 

MATH 242 
Multivariable and Vector Calculus 
4 
MATH 141. 
Because MATH 242 is the final part of a threesemester calculus sequence, it should be taken as soon as possible after MATH 141. No student receives graduation credit for MATH 240 if it is taken after successful completion of MATH 242. Students may take MATH 242 after MATH 240 only with the explicit permission of the Department and then only for one credit. 

MATH 260 
Linear Algebra 
3 
MATH 140. 

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MATH 265 
Discrete Structures in Mathematics 
3 
Co/Prerequisite: MATH 291 


MATH 280 
Introduction to Proofs 
3 
MATH 141. 
Starting with Fall 2018, this course will be numbered MATH 314. 
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MATH 291 
Mathematical Software 
3 
MATH 141 and CS 110 


MATH 303 
Introduction to Mathematical Biology 
3 
MATH 140. 


MATH 310 
Applied Ordinary Differential Equations 
3 
[MATH 240] AND [MATH 260 or PHYSICS 114]. 
Starting with Fall 2018, this course will be numbered MATH 270. 

MATH 320L 
Applied Discrete Mathematics 
3 
CS110 and MATH 260; or permission of instructor. 


MATH 345 
Probability and Statistics I 
3 
MATH 141 or permission of instructor. 

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MATH 346 
Probability and Statistics II 
3 
MATH 345. 

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MATH 350 
Applied Partially Differential Equations 
3 
MATH 240 and MATH 260 and MATH 310. 


MATH 354 
Vector Calculus 
3 
MATH 240 and MATH 260. 


MATH 356 
Differential Geometry 
3 
MATH 242 and MATH 260. 


MATH 358 
Complex Analysis 
3 
MATH 240 or MATH 354. 


MATH 360 
Abstract Algebra I 
3 
MATH 260. 
Course offered in the fall only. 

MATH 361 
Abstract Algebra II 
3 
MATH 360. 
Course is offered in the spring only. 

MATH 370 
History of Mathematics 
3 
Junior standing in mathematics or permission of instructor. 


MATH 380 
Introduction to Computational Algebraic Geometry 
3 
MATH 260 

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MATH 384L 
Game Theory and Evolution 
3 



MATH 390 
Problem Solving Seminar 
3 
MATH 280 or permission of instructor. 
Although this course is repeatable up to six credits, Mathematics majors (who are required to take a certain number of mathematics courses at the 300level or higher) may count this course at most once toward their upperlevel elective requirement. 
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MATH 420 
Introduction to Combinatorics 
3 
[MATH 141 and MATH 260] or Permission of Instructor. 


MATH 425 
Numerical Analysis 
3 
MATH 141 and MATH 260. 


MATH 426 
Advanced Linear Algebra, Applications and Numerical Methods 
3 
MATH 260 


MATH 440 
General Topology 
3 
MATH 360 or permission of instructor. 


MATH 447 
Probability Models 
3 
MATH 345. 


MATH 448 
An Introduction to Statistical Learning 
3 
[MATH 260 and MATH 345 and CS 110] or Permission of Instructor. 


MATH 450 
Real Analysis 
3 
[MATH 310 or MATH 354] AND [MATH 280] 
Course offered in the spring only. 

MATH 454 
Analysis on Manifolds 
3 
Math 242 and Math 260 


MATH 458 
Theory of Numbers 
3 
MATH 260 or MATH/CS 320L or equivalent. 


MATH 460 
Topics in Geometry 
3 
MATH 260. 


MATH 470 
Mathematical Logic 
3 
MATH 360 or MATH/CS 320L, or equivalent. 


MATH 478 
Independent Study 
3 
Permission of instructor. 


MATH 480 
Special Topics 
3 
Permission of instructor. 

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MATH 490 
Thesis Research 
16 
Permission of Instructor. 
Although this course is repeatable up to six credits, Mathematics majors (who are required to take a certain number of mathematics courses at the 300level or higher) may count this course at most once toward their upperlevel elective requirement. 

MATH 540 
Geometry I for Secondary Teachers 
3 



MATH 545 
Probability and Statistics I for Secondary Teachers 
3 
BA/BS degree in Mathematics. 


MATH 550 
Analysis I for Secondary Teachers 
3 
BA/BS degree in Mathematics. 


MATH 551 
Analysis II for Secondary Teachers 
3 
MATH 550 


MATH 560 
Abstract Algebra I for Secondary Teachers 
3 



MATH 570 
History of Mathematics for Secondary Teachers 
3 



MATH 597 
Special Topics 
16 



MATH 620 
Combinatorial Analysis 
3 
Permission of Instructor. 


MATH 625 
Numerical Analysis I 
3 
Permission of Instructor. 


MATH 626 
Numerical Analysis II 
3 
Math 625. 


MATH 640 
Computational Algebraic Topology 
3 
Permission of Instructor. 


MATH 642 
Probabilistic Simulation 
3 



MATH 647 
Probability Models 
3 
Permission of Instructor. 


MATH 648 
Statistical Learning 
3 
Permission of Instructor. 


MATH 673 
Structure and Dynamics of Complex Networks I: Structural Properties 
3 
Permission of Instructor. 


MATH 674 
Structure and Dynamics of Complex Networks II: Dynamical Processes 
3 
MATH 673 


MATH 677 
Symbolic Computation 
3 
Permission of Instructor. 


MATH 680 
Introduction to Computational Algebraic Geometry 
3 
Permission of Instructor. 


MATH 696 
Independent Study 
3 


