Mathematics
& Computer Science

 

Henson Science Hall

COURSE OFFERINGS (Syllabi)

Syllabi to which this document is linked are representative. Actual future course offerings may use somewhat different syllabi and/or policies.

Some Courses at the 4XX level are also offered for graduate credit. Where this is the case, the number for the Graduate Course, in parentheses, follows the Course Title, and provides a link to the Graduate Syllabus

     
MATH (Undergraduate) Courses
105 Liberal Arts Mathematics: Statistics Through Baseball (May) Fall 2014
105 Liberal Arts Mathematics: Quantitative Reasoning and Effective Thinking (Spring 2013)
105 Liberal Arts Mathematics: Quantitative Reasoning and Effective Thinking (Schultes) Fall 2014
105 Liberal Arts Mathematics: Quantitative Reasoning and Effective Thinking (Fall 2012)
105 Liberal Arts Mathematics:  Music and Mathematics
105 Liberal Arts Mathematics:  The Mathematics of Voting and Elections (Bergner)
105 Liberal Arts Mathematics:  Mathematics Applicable to Real Life Decision Making (Barber) Fall 2014
105 Liberal Arts Mathematics:  Mathematics in a Changing World (Hetzler)
105 Liberal Arts Mathematics:  For Practical Purposes (Dr. Holdai)
105 Liberal Arts Mathematics:  Sustainability-Related Mathematics (Carmack) Fall 2014
Fundamental Concepts 130 (Olson)
130 Fundamental Concepts I
135  College Algebra
140 Algebra & Trigonometry
144 Environmental Mathematics
150 Data and Probability Connections
155 Modern Statistics
160 Applied Calculus 
198 Calculus for Biology & Medicine
201 Calculus I (Spring 2014)
202 Calculus II (Spring 2013)
202 Calculus II (Spring 2014)
210 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics (Fall 2014)
210 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics (Spring 2012)
210 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics (Fall 2012)
210 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics (E.L. May)
213 Statistical Thinking
214 Statistical Thinking Lab
215 Introduction To Financial Mathematics
230 Fundamental Concepts II (Fall  2012)
230 Fundamental Concepts II (Spring 2012)
293 Linear and Statistical Methods for Computer Science
300 Introduction to Abstract Mathematics
306 Linear Algebra
310 Calculus III (Fall 2014)
310 Calculus III
311 Differential Equations
313 Elementary Survey Sampling
314 Intermediate Applied Statistics
362 Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science
380 Internship
385 Directed Study
385 Directed Study: Problem Solving Seminar
390 Undergraduate Research
402 Theory of Numbers (512)
406 Geometric Structures (516)
411 Design and Analysis of Experiments (511)
413 Mathematical Statistics I (513) Fall 2014
413 Mathematical Statistics I (513)
414 Mathematical Statistics II (514)
415 Actuarial and Financial Models
430 Mathematical Connections for Secondary School Teachers (531)
441 Abstract Algebra (561) Fall 2014
441 Abstract Algebra (561)
442 Abstract Algebra II (562)
451 Analysis I (551)
452 Analysis II (552) (Fall 2011)
452 Analysis II (552) (Spring 2012)
458 Complex Analysis (558)
460 Operations Research (560)
465 Mathematical Models & Applications (515)
471 Numerical Methods (571) (Fall 2014)
471 Numerical Methods (571) (Spring 2012)
471 Numerical Methods (571) (Fall 2011)
472/490 Numerical Linear Algebra (Spring 2013)
475 Dynamics and Chaos (575)
480 History of Mathematics (580)
482 Computer Graphics (582)
490 Special Topics:  Cryptography
490 Computational Algebraic Geometry (M. Bardzell (590)
493 Advanced Topics in Statistics (593) Fall 2011
493 Advanced Topics in Statistics (593) (Spring 2014)
493 Advanced Topics in Statistics (593) (Spring 2012)
495 Directed Consulting
MATH (Graduate) Courses

500 Foundations of Number Theory
501 Number Theory from a Multicultural and   Historical Perspective
502 Applied Statistics
503 Data Analysis
506 Selected Topics
507 Seminar: Algebra
508 Seminar: Geometry  
510 Mathematical Reasoning
511 Design and Analysis of Experiments (411)
512 Theory of Numbers
513 Mathematical Statistics I (Fall 2014)
513 Mathematical Statistics I
514 Mathematical Statistics II 
515 Mathematical Models & Applications
516 Geometric Structures
520 Mathematics Teaching with Technology
531 Mathematical Connections for Secondary School Teachers (430)
541 Conceptual Algebra for Teachers
551 Analysis I
552 Analysis II
555 The Cartesian Triad
558 Complex Analysis
560 Operations Research
561 Abstract Algebra (Fall 2014)
561 Abstract Algebra
562 Abstract Algebra II
565 Mathematical Models and Modeling for Middle School Teachers
566 Geometry from Euclid to the Modern Day
571 Numerical Methods(Fall 2014)
571 Numerical Methods(Fall 2011)
571 Numerical Methods (Spring 2012)
575 Dynamics and Chaos
580 History of Mathematics
582 Computer Graphics
593 Advanced Topics in Statistics
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COSC Courses

116 Introduction to Computer Systems
117 Programming Fundamentals
118 Introductory Scientific Programming
119 Instruction to Web Development
120 Computer Science I
220 Computer Science II
250 Microcomputer Organization
320 Advanced Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis
330 GUI Design, Event-driven Programming andd OO Design Patterns
350 Systems Software
362 Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science
370 Computer Networks
380 Internship
385 Directed Study
386 Database Implementation
390 Undergraduate Research
422 Organization of Programming Languages (522)
425 Software Engineering I
426 Software Engineering II
450 Operating Systems (550)
456 Computer Architecture
472 Network Security
482 Computer Graphics (582)
490 - 420 HPC (EAL)
490 Special Topics MBF (590)
490 Special Topics XSW(590)
490 Special Topics SXP (590)
495 Directed Consulting
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