Expected Graduate Courses Offerings

This table represents the graduate level courses which the Mathematics Department plans to offer through Summer 2011. It is meant to help students map out a course of study. Actual course offerings may deviate slightly from those indicated here. ('x' indicates the course is scheduled for that semester.)

Course

Fall 09

Spr 10

Sum 10

Fall 10

Spr 11

Sum 11

Modern Algebra I (414 - undergrad)
X
   
X
   
Modern Analysis I (431 - undergrad)
X
   
X
   
Tech in Math Teach & Curr (410/510)
 
X
       
Linear Algebra I (413/513)
X
   
X
   
Modern Algebra II (415/515)
 
X
       
Graduate Modern Algebra I (517)
     
X
   
Higher Geometry (421/521)
X
   
X
   
Algebraic Coding Theory (527)
       
X
 
Modern Analysis II (432/532)
 
X
   
X
 
Ordinary Diff Equations (443/543)
       
X
 
Complex Variables (445/545)
 
X
   
X
 
Methods of Applied Math (447/547)
X
   
X
   
Mathematical Modeling (448/548)
 
X
   
X
 
Numerical Analysis (465/565)
X
   
X
   
Mathematical Statistics I (481/581)
X
   
X
   
Mathematical Statistics II (482/582)
 
X
   
X
 
Stochastic Modeling (485/585)
 
X
   
X
 
One course from irregularly offered course list
 
X
X
 
X
X
Course

Fall 09  

Spr 10  

Sum 10  

Fall 10

Spr 11

Sum 11

 

Partial list of irregularly offered courses: Intro to Chaotic Dynamic Systems (425/525), Real Analysis I (533), Applied Functional Analysis (535), Optimization (442/542), Scientific Computation (467/567), Linear Statistical Models (483/583)