Expected Graduate Courses Offerings

This table represents the graduate level courses which the Mathematics Department plans to offer. 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

SPRING

SUMMER

Modern Algebra I (4140  undergrad)

X



Modern Analysis I (4310  undergrad)

X



Linear Algebra I (4103/5130)

X



Modern Algebra II (4150/5150)


X


Graduate Modern Algebra I (5170)




Higher Geometry (4210/5210)

X



Algebraic Coding Theory (5270)




Modern Analysis II (4320/5320)


X


Ordinary Diff Equations (4430/5430)




Complex Variables (4450/5450)


X


Methods of Applied Math (4470/5470)

X



Mathematical Modeling (4480/5480)


X


Numerical Analysis (4650/5650)

X



Mathematical Statistics I (4810/5810)

X



Mathematical Statistics II (4820/5820)


X


Stochastic Modeling (4850/5850)


X


One course from irregularly offered course list


X

X

Partial list of irregularly offered courses:
 Intro to Chaotic Dynamic Systems (MATH 4250/5250)
 Real Analysis I (MATH 5330)
 Applied Functional Analysis (MATH 5350)
 Optimization (MATH 4420/5420)
 Scientific Computation (MATH 4670/5670)
 Linear Statistical Models (MATH4830/5830)
