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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.  
 
 

The following mathematics courses are offered each fall and spring semester

MAT 099  Intermediate Algebra
MAT 103  Quantitative Reasoning
MAT 104  College Algebra
MAT 105  Plane Trigonometry
MAT 131  Number Systems of Arithmetic
     (for Elementary Education Majors only)
MAT 251  Calculus I
MAT 252  Calculus II
MAT 210  Computer Programming Fundamentals
MAT 300  Statistics
MAT 331  Mathematics Through Problem Solving
     (for Elementary Education Majors only)

The following mathematics courses are offered in the fall semester only

MAT 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)



The following mathematics courses are offered in the spring semesters 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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