Undergraduate Course Rotation

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    Upper-Level Undergraduate Courses

    (Revised fall 2018. Subject to change based on enrollment and budget.)

    Courses Expected to Be Offered Every Semester

    • MATH 125 – Calculus I for Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics
    • MATH 126 – Calculus II for Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics
    • MATH 171 – Introduction to Linear Algebra
    • MATH 216 – Probability and Statistics for Natural Sciences
    • MATH 225 – Calculus III for Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics
    • MATH 271 – Introduction to Mathematical Proof I
    • MATH 272 – Introduction to Mathematical Proof II
    • MATH 309 – Discrete Mathematics
    • COSC 110 – Problem Solving and Structured Programming
    • FIN 310 – Fundamentals of Finance
    • FIN 320 – Corporate Finance

    Courses Expected to Be Offered Every Fall

    • MATH 111 – Freshman Seminar
    • MATH 340 – Principles of Secondary School Mathematics
    • MATH 353 – Theory of Numbers
    • MATH 363 – Mathematical Statistics I
    • MATH 411 – Univariate Data Analysis
    • MATH 341 – Differential Equations
    • MATH 460 – Technology in Mathematics Instruction
    • EDUC 242 – Pre-Student Teaching Experience I
    • EDUC 456 – Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School

    Courses Expected to Be Offered Every Spring

    • MATH/COSC 343 – Introduction to Numerical Methods*
    • MATH 342 – Advanced Mathematics for Applications
    • MATH 350 – History of Mathematics
    • MATH 355 – Foundations of Geometry
    • MATH 412 – Multivariate Statistics
    • MATH 430 – Seminar in Teaching Secondary School Mathematics
    • MATH 480 – Senior Seminar
    • EDUC 342 – Pre-Student Teaching Experience II
    • EDUC 441 – Student Teaching

      * Alternates as MATH and as COSC each spring semester. In spring 2019 will be COSC 343.

    Courses in Rotation

    Fall AY 2019–20

    • MATH 427 – Introduction to Topology
    • MATH 448 – Financial Mathematics
    • MATH 457 – Number Theory for E/M Teachers
    • MATH 471 – Algebra for E/M Teachers
    • MATH 476 – Abstract Algebra I

    Spring AY 2019–20

    • MATH 364 – Mathematical Statistics II
    • MATH 416 – Time Series Analysis
    • MATH 420 – Patterns and Functions for E/M Teachers
    • MATH 423 – Complex Variables I
    • MATH 445 – Programming Models in O.R.
    • MATH 461 – Discrete Mathematics for E/M Teachers
    • MATH 477 – Abstract Algebra II

    Fall AY 2020–21

    • MATH 421 – Advanced Calculus I
    • MATH 446 – Probabilistic Models in O.R.
    • MATH 447 – Modeling and Simulation
    • MATH 456 – Geometry for E/M Teachers
    • MATH 458 – Logic and Logical Games for E/M Teachers

    Spring AY 2020–21

    • MATH 317 – Probability and Statistics for E/M Teachers
    • MATH 371 – Linear Algebra
    • MATH 422 – Advanced Calculus II
    • MATH 450 – Topics in Applied Computational Mathematics
    • MATH 459 – Technology in E/M Mathematics Instruction

    Fall AY 2021–22

    • MATH 427 – Introduction to Topology
    • MATH 448 – Financial Mathematics
    • MATH 457 – Number Theory for E/M Teachers
    • MATH 471 – Algebra for E/M Teachers
    • MATH 476 – Abstract Algebra I 

    Spring AY 2021–22

    • MATH 364 – Mathematical Statistics II
    • MATH 416 – Time Series Analysis
    • MATH 420 – Patterns and Functions for E/M Teachers
    • MATH 423 – Complex Variables I
    • MATH 445 – Programming Models in O.R.
    • MATH 461 – Discrete Mathematics for E/M Teachers
    • MATH 477 – Abstract Algebra II 

    Fall AY 2022–23

    • MATH 421 – Advanced Calculus I
    • MATH 446 – Probabilistic Models in O.R.
    • MATH 447 – Modeling and Simulation
    • MATH 456 – Geometry for E/M Teachers
    • MATH 458 – Logic and Logical Games for E/M Teachers

    Spring 2022–23

    • MATH 317 – Probability and Statistics for E/M Teachers
    • MATH 422 – Advanced Calculus II
    • MATH 371 – Linear Algebra
    • MATH 450 – Topics in Applied Computational Mathematics
    • MATH 459 – Technology in E/M Mathematics Instruction

    Rotation Summaries

    • MATH 476/477 and MATH 421/422 alternate years
    • MATH 363 every fall/MATH 364 every other spring and MATH 447/450 alternate years
    • MATH 445 is offered with MATH 364 and 446 is the semester afterward
    • MATH 427 is offered every other fall semester
    • MATH 371 and 423 alternate spring semesters
    • MATH 448 is offered every other fall semester
    • MATH 416 is offered every other spring semester
    • MATH 456 and MATH 458 offered every even AY fall
    • MATH 317 and MATH 459 offered every even AY spring
    • MATH 457 and MATH 471 offered every odd AY fall
    • MATH 420 and MATH 461 offered every odd AY spring