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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