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5.1 Undergraduate/Graduate (400) Level Courses (all)

*satisfy requirements only for the M.Ed. degree.

401. Introduction to Analysis I (3)

403. Classical Analysis I (3)

404. Classical Analysis II (3)

405.* Advanced Calculus for Engineers and Scientists I (3)

406. Advanced Calculus for Engineers and Scientists II (3)

411. Ordinary Differential Equations (3)

412. Fourier Series and Partial Differential Equations (3)

414. (Stat 414) Introduction to Probability Theory (3)

415. (Stat 415) Introduction to Mathematical Statistics (3)

416. (Stat 416) Stochastic Modeling (3)

417. Qualitative Theory of Differential Equations (3)

418. (Stat 418) Probability (3)

419. (Phys 419) Theoretical Mechanics (3)

421. Complex Analysis (3)

426. Introduction to Modern Geometry (3)

427. Foundations of Geometry (3)

429. Introduction to Topology (3)

435. Basic Abstract Algebra (3)

436. Linear Algebra (3)

437. Algebraic Geometry (3)

441.* Matrix Algebra (3)

451. (CSE 451) Numerical Computations (3)

455. (CSE 455) Introduction to Numerical Analysis I (3)

456. (CSE 456) Introduction to Numerical Analysis II (3)

457. Introduction to Mathematical Logic (3)

459. Computability and Unsolvability (3)

461. (Phys 461) Theoretical Mechanics (3)

465. Number Theory I (3)

467. (CSE 467) Factorization and Primarity Testing (3)

468. Mathematical Coding Theory (3)

469. Mathematics of Algorithms (3)

470.* Algebra for Teachers (3)

471.* Geometry for Teachers (3)

483. Applied Modern Algebra II (3)

484. Linear Programs and Related Problems (3)

485. Graph Theory (3)

486. Mathematical Theory of Games (3)

496. Independent Studies (3)

497. Special Topics (3)

499. Foreign Studies (1-12)



Stephen G Simpson
Sun Apr 19 16:32:27 EDT 1998