Aparna Higgins lecturing

Future Course Offerings

Future course offerings are subject to change.

Courses for applied mathematics and financial mathematics programs
Summer 2018 Fall 2018 Spring 2019 Summer 2019
MTH 531 Advanced Differential Equations MTH 535 Partial Differential Equations MTH 435 Advanced Multivariate Calculus MTH 532 Difference Equations and Applications
MTH 535 Partial Differential Equations MTH 543 Linear Models MTH 521 Real Analysis and Applications MTH 535 Partial Differential Equations
MTH 551 Methods of Mathematical Physics MTH 547 Statistics for Experimenters MTH 544 Time Series MTH 563 Computational Finance
MTH 563 Computational Finance MTH 555 Numerical Analysis I MTH 551Methods of Mathematical Physics MTH 565 Linear Algebra
MTH 558 Financial Mathematics I - Discrete Model* MTH 556 Numerical Analysis II
MTH 560 Advanced Topics in Financial Mathematics MTH 559 Financial Mathematics II - Continuous Model
MTH 565 Linear Algebra

*The sequence, MTH 558,559, is acceptable as a sequence of electives for the MS in applied mathematics program. MTH 558, without MTH 559, is accepted for credit in the applied mathematics program only for a student pursuing the discrete mathematics area of concentration.

Courses for the mathematics education program
Summer 2018 Summer 2019 Summer 2020 Summer 2021
MTH 513 Algebra for Secondary Teachers MTH 512 Geometry for Secondary Teachers MTH 514 Advanced Mathematics for Secondary Teachers MTH 513 Algebra for Secondary Teachers
MTH 515 Applications of Graph Theory & Combinatorics in Modern Mathematics MTH 517 Trends & Issues in Mathematics Education MTH 516 Applications of Linear & Abstract Algebra in Modern Education MTH 515 Applications of Graph Theory & Combinatorics in Modern Mathematics

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