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(Tentative Topics for 400-level courses Included)

2012/2013 Standard Schedule (repeated academic years beginning in an even year [except Mth 481].)

Fall Winter Spring Summer

251 (3 sections)
252 (1-2 sections)
253
281
290
311
331
411(Geometry)
421 (Modeling)
481 (Curriculum)

251 (2 sections)
252 (2 sections)
253
271
321
341
361
431 (TBD)
461 (Actuarial)
481 (Measurement)
490 (part 1)

251 (1-2 sections)
252
253
261
321
421 (PDEs)
441 (Rings)
461 (Regression)
481 (History)
490 (part 2)

251
252
481 (Arith/Alg)
481 (Prob/Stat)

 

2013/2014 Standard Schedule (repeated academic years beginning in an odd year [except Mth 481].)

Fall Winter Spring Summer

251 (3 sections)
252 (1-2 sections)
253
281
290
311
331
361
411 (Geometry)
421 (Optimization)
481 (Geometry)

251 (2 sections)
252 (2 sections)
253
271
321
341
361
431 (Metric Spaces)
421 (Num Lin Alg)
461 (Financial)
481 (Prob Solv)
490 (part 1)

251 (1-2 sections)
252
253
261
321
421 (Complex)
441 (Groups)
461 (Multivariate Stat)
481 (Calculus)
490 (part 2)

251
252
481 (Curriculum)
481 (Measurement)

 

2014/2015 Standard Schedule (repeated academic years beginning in an even year [except Mth 481].)

Fall Winter Spring Summer

251 (3 sections)
252 (1-2 sections)
253
281
290
311
331
361
411 (Geometry)
421 (Modeling)
481 (History)

251 (2 sections)
252 (2 sections)
253
271
321
341
361
431 (TBD)
421 (Signals?)
461 (Actuarial)
481 (Arith/Alg)
490 (part 1)

251 (1-2 sections)
252
253
261
321
421 (PDEs)
441 (Rings)
461 (Regression)
481 (Prob/Stat)
490 (part 2)

251
252
481 (Geometry)
481 (Prob Solv)

 

2015/2016 Standard Schedule (repeated academic years beginning in an odd year [except Mth 481].)

Fall Winter Spring Summer

251 (3 sections)
252 (1-2 sections)
253
281
290
311
331
361
411 (Geometry)
421 (Optimization)
481 (Calculus)

251 (2 sections)
252 (2 sections)
253
271
321
341
361
421 (Num Lin Alg)
431 (Metric Spaces)
461 (Financial)
481 (Curriculum)
490 (part 1)

251 (1-2 sections)
252
253
261
321
421 (Complex)
441 (Groups)
461 (Multivariate Stat)
481 (Measurement)
490 (part 2)

251
252
253?
481 (Arith/Alg)
481 (History)


Planning your College Education

180 credits total (includes 60 credits at 300/400-level)

Credit Distribution Pie Chart

Things to keep in Mind:

  1. Minimum Credits: Earn at least 180 credits, including 60 upper division credits (300/400-level)
  2. BA/BS Requirements: Mathematics majors and co-majors automatically meet the BS requirements
  3. Major Requirements: Go over regularly with your major advisor
  4. Minor Requirements: Go over regularly with an advisor in your minor area(s)
  5. General Education Requirements: Transfers need a GE evaluation from Academic Support Programs.