# Mathematics Course Offerings and Course Rotation

Although many courses taught in the Department of Mathematics are offered every semester, some classes are not taught as often. The table below helps to summarize the semesters in which the various courses are taught. When planning a schedule, it is important to pay attention to the availability of the courses as well as the prerequisites for each course. Please consult the latest University Bulletin for complete information on prerequisites and other regulations.

MAT 099 Intermediate Algebra |
The following mathematics courses are offered in the fall semester onlyMAT 253 Calculus III MAT 411 Geometry MAT 442 Linear Algebra MAT 443 Number Theory CUR 487 Teaching of Secondary Mathematics (for Mathematics Education Majors only) MAT 215 Mathematics Technology MAT 231 Geometry, Measurement, and Probability (for Elementary Education Majors only) MAT 254 Calculus IV MAT 322 Differential Equations MAT 405 History of Mathematics MAT 415 Discrete Mathematics MAT 425 Modern Algebra MAT 490 Senior Seminar |

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