Schedule of Course Offerings

# Schedule of Course Offerings

 Offered Every Semester: Offered Once a Year: MATH 1101 Elementary Algebra (GE Prerequisite) MATH 2007 Across the Ages MATH 1105 Intermediate Algebra (GE Prerequisite) MATH 2220 Proof Writing MATH 1123 Statistics (Requirement of Majors, GE) MATH 3301 Discrete Mathematics MATH 1130 Precalculus I (Prerequisite for Majors, GE) MATH 3307 Differential Equations MATH 1140 Precalculus II (Prerequisite for Majors, GE) MATH 3470 Applied Statistics MATH 1150 Accelerated Precalculus (Prerequisite for Majors, GE) MATH 4330 Abstract Alegbra MATH 2214 Calculus I (Requirement of Majors, GE) MATH 4440 Real Analysis MATH 2215 Calculus II (Requirement of Majors, GE) MATH 4470 Methods of Applied Math I MATH 2216 Calculus III (Requirement of Majors) MATH 447I Methods of Applied Math II MATH 2326 Math for Decision Making (Requirement of Business Majors) MATH 3305 Linear Algebra (Requirement of Majors)

Please contact CNCS Advising and Career Planning Faculty and Staff for the most recent schedule of courses.

### COURSES

Courses Offered Every Fall

Courses Offered Every Spring

MATH 2220 Proof Writing

MATH 2007 Across the Ages

MATH 3450 Real Analysis

MATH 3470 Applied Statistics

MATH 4470 Methods of Applied Math I

MATH 4471 Methods of Applied Math II

MATH 3300 Abstract Algebra

MATH 3301 Discrete Mathematics

MATH 3307 Differential Equations

Odd Year Fall

Odd Year Spring

MATH 3460 Probability

MATH 3320 Set Theory

MATH 4301 Combinatorics and Graph Theory

MATH 3220 College Geometry

MATH 4210 Topology

MATH  3316 Problem Solving

Even Year Fall

Even Year Spring

MATH 3110 Mathematical Logic

MATH 3302 Number Theory

MATH 3234 Mathematical Cryptography

MATH 4450 Complex Analysis

MATH 3500 Numerical Methods

### Research Opportunity

 MATH 4940 and MATH 4950 Research in Applied Math or research in Pure Math or Logic can be arranged as an directed study with a professor

### Electives by Math Concentration

 Pure Math Concentration Math Education Concentration Applied and Dual Engineering Math Concentration MATH 3110: Mathematical Logic* MATH 3220: College Geometry MATH 3234: Mathematical Cryptology MATH 3301: Discrete Math MATH 3302: Number Theory MATH 3307: Differential Equations MATH 3316: Problem Solving MATH 3320: Set Theory* MATH 3460: Probability MATH 4210: Topology MATH 4301: Combinatorics and Graph Theory MATH 4450: Complex Analysis MATH 4920: Math Education Practicum MATH 2216: Calculus III* MATH 3220: College Geometry* MATH 3234: Mathematical Cryptology MATH 3301: Discrete Math MATH 3302: Number Theory MATH 3307: Differential Equations MATH 3460: Probability MATH 3470: Applied Statistics MATH 4450: Complex Analysis MATH 2220: Proof Writing MATH 3110: Mathematical Logic MATH 3234: Mathematical Cryptology MATH 3301: Discrete Math MATH 3302: Number Theory MATH 3316: Problem Solving MATH 3330: Abstract Algebra MATH 3450: Real Analysis MATH 3460: Probability MATH 4301: Combinatorics and Graph Theory MATH 4450: Complex Analysis MATH 4920: Math Education Practicum * If not taken as part of the upper division requirements

NOTE ON UNRESTRICTED ELECTIVES

Students are welcome to take electives outside of their concentration. All decisions regarding electives should be made with the help of academic and faculty advising The number of unrestricted elective credits needed will vary depending on the number of credits that overlap between the general education requirements and the degree requirements, but students will need enough to earn enough college-level credits to reach a total of 124 semester credits.