# Current and Future Mathematics Offerings

The following information is posted to help students and advisors in scheduling and curriculum planning. We intend to repeat or possibly even expand the following Computer Science sequences of courses every two years.

Odd Fall Terms 2009, 2011, etc |
Even Spring Terms 2010, 2012, etc. |
Even Fall Terms 2010, 2012, etc. |
Odd Spring Terms 2011, 2013, etc. |

MAT 220 Calculus I |
MAT 220 Calculus I |
MAT 220 Calculus I |
MAT 220 Calculus I |

MAT 225 Calculus II |
MAT 225 Calculus II |
MAT 225 Calculus II |
MAT 225 Calculus II |

MAT 312 Operations Research |
MAT 314 Linear Algebra |
MAT 311 Probability |
MAT 314 Linear Algebra |

MAT 315 Fundamentals |
MAT 330 Calculus III |
MAT 315 Fundamentals |
MAT 321 Geometry |

MAT 434 Real Analysis |
MAT 432 Abstract Algebra |
MAT 437 Differential Equations |
MAT 330 Calculus III |

MAT 437 Differential Equations |
MAT 433/CSC 433 Numerical Analysis |
MAT 308 Teaching of Math |
MAT 435 Complex Analysis |

MAT 438 Statistics |

### Mathematics Senior Seminar in the Short Term

We try to offer a full-credit course that satifies the senior seminar requirement in mathematics whenever the senior class size warrants it. This course will be offered in Short Term 2010.

*MAT 426 Math Literature: Reading and Communication (CRN 20038)*

The main goal of this course is to introduce students to research and communication in mathematics. Teams of students will work together reading and discussing selected articles from selected mathematical journals, then writing team papers and giving team presentations on the material read. The emphasis will be placed on developing reading comprehension of mathematics above the textbook-level and on developing effective methods for communicating this information. The course will culminate in the completion of individual student projects, with students selecting their own article or topic to research, and presenting the material both in a formal research paper and in an oral presentation. The satisfactory completion of this individual project will satisfy the senior seminar requirement for the Mathematics and Mathematics Education majors.

Prerequisites: Senior classification or higher AND permission of instructor

Meeting Time: 9 a.m. to 12 noon MTWRF

Location: Draper Building 206