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Mathematics and Related Areas

Other Courses from the Department of Mathematics:

In addition to the AIM core courses, students may wish to consider the following courses. Students should be aware that in some cases mathematics courses are co-listed as courses from other departments; if credit as a partner discipline course is intended the course should be registered for with the appropriate number.

400 Level Courses:

Descriptions for the 400 level courses below can be found here. Many of these courses have upper-level alternates, and students are strongly encouraged to choose those unless review is necessary.

  • Math 404. Intermediate Differential Equations
  • Math 416. Theory of Algorithms
  • Math 417. Matrix Algebra I
  • Math 419. Linear Spaces and Matrix Theory
  • Math 423. Mathematics of Finance
  • Math 425. Introduction to Probability
  • Math 433. Introduction to Differential Geometry
  • Math 450. Advanced Mathematics for Engineers I
  • Math 451. Advanced Calculus I
  • Math 452. Advanced Calculus II
  • Math 454. Boundary Value Problems for Partial Differential Equations
  • Math 462. Mathematical Models
  • Math 463. Mathematical Modeling in Biology
  • Math 464. Inverse Problems
  • Math 465. Introduction to Combinatorics
  • Math 466. Mathematical Ecology
  • Math 471. Introduction to Numerical Methods
  • Math 472. Numerical Methods with Financial Applications

500+ Level Courses:

  • Math 547. Biological Sequence Analysis
  • Math 548. Computations in Probabilistic Modeling in Bioinformatics
  • Math 550. Introduction to Adaptive Systems
  • Math 559. Topics in Applied Mathematics
  • Math 561. Linear Programming I
  • Math 562. Continuous Optimization Methods
  • Math 563. Advanced Mathematical Methods for the Biological Sciences
  • Math 567. Introduction to Coding Theory
  • Math 596. Complex Analysis
  • Math 597. Real Analysis and Measure Theory
  • Math 602. Functional Analysis
  • Math 623. Computational Finance
  • Math 625. Advanced Probability and Random Processes I
  • Math 626. Advanced Probability and Random Processes II
  • Math 650. Fourier Analysis
  • Math 651. Advanced Topics in Applied Mathematics I
  • Math 654. Introduction to Fluid Dynamicsb
  • Math 656. Linear Partial Differential Equations
  • Math 657. Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
  • Math 658. Topics in Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Math 660. Linear Programming II
  • Math 663. Nonlinear Programming
  • Math 669. Topics in Combinatorial Theory
  • Math 671. Scientific Computing
  • Math 756. Advanced Topics in Partial Differential Equations

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