Course 
MATH 110 Precalculus Mathematics 

Professor 
Jan Rizzuti 

CRN 
18138 

Schedule 
Mon
Wed 10:30  11:50 am RKC 101 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
A course for students who intend to take calculus
and need to acquire the necessary skills in algebra and trigonometry. The
concept of function is stressed, with particular attention given to linear,
quadratic, general polynomial, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic
functions. Graphing in the Cartesian plane and developing the trigonometric
functions as circular functions are included.
Prerequisites:
successful completion of Q exam. Online
registration
Course 
MATH 131 Exploration in Number Theory 

Professor 
Samuel Hsiao 

CRN 
18139 

Schedule 
Tu
Th 2:30 3:50 pm HEG 106 / ALBEE 100 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
This course will provide an overview of one of the
oldest and most beautiful areas of mathematics. It is ideal for any student who
wants a taste of mathematics outside of the calculus sequence. Topics may
include: number puzzles, prime numbers, congruences, quadratic reciprocity,
sums of squares, Diophantine equations, cryptography, coding theory, and
continued fractions. Prerequisite:
Calculus background or very strong Precalculus background. Online registration
Course 
MATH 141 A Calculus I 

Professor 
Gregory Landweber 

CRN 
18140 

Schedule 
Tu
Th 2:30 3:50 pm RKC 101 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
An introduction to the basic ideas of
differentiation and integration in one variable. Topics include limits,
techniques of differentiation, definite integrals, the fundamental theorem of
calculus, and applications. Prerequisite:
Precalculus or the equivalent. Online registration
Course 
MATH 141 B Calculus I 

Professor 
John Cullinan 

CRN 
18141 

Schedule 
Mon
Wed 9:00  10:20 am RKC 102 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
See description above. Online registration
Course 
MATH 142 A Calculus II 

Professor 
Mary Krembs 

CRN 
18142 

Schedule 
Mon
Fr 9:00  10:20 am RKC 101 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
This course, a continuation of Calculus I,
reinforces the fundamental ideas of the derivative and the definite
integral. Topics covered include
L'Hopital's rule, integration techniques, improper integrals, volumes, arc
length, sequences and series, power
series, continuous random variables, and separable differential
equations. Prerequisites: Mathematics 141 or the equivalent. Online
registration
Course 
MATH 142 B Calculus II 

Professor 
Mary Krembs 

CRN 
18143 

Schedule 
Mon
Fr 12:00 1:20 pm RKC 101 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
This course, a continuation of Calculus I,
reinforces the fundamental ideas of the derivative and the definite
integral. Topics covered include
L'Hopital's rule, integration techniques, improper integrals, volumes, arc
length, sequences and series, power
series, continuous random variables, and separable differential
equations. Prerequisites: Mathematics 141 or the equivalent. Online
registration
Course 
MATH 212 Calculus III 

Professor 
John Cullinan 

CRN 
18144 

Schedule 
TuTh 9:00  10:20 am RKC 101 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
This course investigates differentiation and
integration of multivariable functions. Topics covered include vectors,
coordinate systems, vector valued functions, partial derivatives, gradients,
Lagrange multipliers, multiple integrals, change of variables, line integrals,
Green’s theorem, and Stoke’s theorem.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 141 and 142 or the equivalent.
Online registration
Course 
MATH / CMSC 235 Discrete Mathematics 

Professor 
Robert McGrail 

CRN 
18133 

Schedule 
Mon
Wed 9:00  10:20 am RKC 100 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
This course
will examine the field of discrete mathematics, especially the areas of
importance in computer science, such as algorithms, combinatorics, probability,
and graph theory. Equal time will be given to theory, computation, and
applications.
Prerequisites: Math 110 or permission of the
instructor.
Online registration
Course 
MATH 242 Linear Algebra with Applications 

Professor 
Jules Albertini 

CRN 
18145 

Schedule 
Mon
Wed 3:00 4:20 pm RKC 101 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
Crosslisted: Cognitive Science
This course will cover the basics of linear algebra
in ndimensional Euclidean space, including vectors, matrices, systems of
linear equations, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, as well as
applications of these concepts to the natural, physical and social sciences. Equal time will be given to computational,
applied, and theoretical aspects of the course material. Prerequisite: Math 141142 or permission of the
instructor. Online registration
Course 
MATH 261 Proofs and Fundamentals 

Professor 
Lauren Rose 

CRN 
18146 

Schedule 
Mon
Wed 10:30  11:50 am ALBEE 106 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
This course introduces students to the methodology
of mathematical proof. The logic of compound and quantified statements,
mathematical induction, and basic set theory including functions and
cardinality are covered. Topics from foundational mathematics are developed to
provide students with an opportunity to apply proof techniques. Prerequisite: Mathematics 141 and 142, or
permission of instructor.
Online
registration
Course 
MATH 275 Probability and Statistics 

Professor 
Samuel Hsiao 

CRN 
18147 

Schedule 
Tu
Th 10:30  11:50 am HEG 106 / ALBEE
100 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
Everyday we make decisions based on numerical data
in the face of uncertainty. We do so while reading the latest political polls,
playing a card game, interpreting a medical diagnosis, or analyzing a
scientific experiment. Probabilistic models and statistical methods help us to
think through such decisions in a precise mathematical fashion. This course
provides a calculusbased introduction to techniques and applications of probability
and statistics. Topics include random variables and their distributions,
Central Limit Theorem, hypothesis testing, estimation, linear regression.
Applications are selected from the natural and social sciences. Prerequisites:
Math 142 or the equivalent. For students concentrating in economics, Math 275
can substitute for Econ 229. Online registration
Course 
MATH / CMSC 301 Numerical Analysis Lab 

Professor 
Gregory Landweber 

CRN 
18148 

Schedule 
Mon 4:30 5:50 pm RKC 100 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
2 credits This lab is an introduction to mathematical computation. It will
start with tutorials on the two software packages that we will be using: Mathematica
and its new open source alternative, Sage. The course will then discuss
algorithms for finding the zeros of nonlinear functions, solving linear
systems quickly, and approximating eigenvalues. The bulk of the course will be
devoted to curve fitting by means of polynomial interpolation, splines, bezier
curves, and least squares.
Corequisites: Math 242 and any Computer Science course or basic
programming experience. Online registration
Course 
MATH 332 Abstract Algebra 

Professor 
Lauren Rose 

CRN 
18149 

Schedule 
TuTh 1:00 2:20 pm ALBEE 106 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
An introduction to modern abstract algebraic
systems. The structures of groups, rings, and fields are studied together with
the homomorphisms of these objects. Topics include equivalence relations,
finite groups, group actions, integral domains, polynomial rings, and finite
fields. Prerequisite: Mathematics
261 or permission of the instructor. Online registration
Course 
MATH 351 Point Set Topology 

Professor 
Gregory Landweber 

CRN 
18150 

Schedule 
TuTh 10:30  11:50 am ALBEE 106 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
An introduction to point set topology. Topics
include metric spaces, compactness, connectedness, continuity, homeomorphisms,
separation criteria, and possibly the fundamental group. Prerequisite: Mathematics 261 or
permission of the instructor. Online registration
Course 
MATH 436 Representation Theory 

Professor 
John Cullinan 

CRN 
18200 

Schedule 
Mon
Wed 1:30 2:50 pm ALBEE 106 

Distribution 
Mathematics and
Computing 
This course will cover the basic theory
of representations of finite groups in characteristic zero: Schur's Lemma,
Mashcke's Theorem and complete reducibility, character tables and
orthogonality, direct sums and tensor products. The major goals of the course will be to understand the
representation theory of the symmetric group and the general linear group over
a finite field. If time permits, the
theory of Brauer characters and modular representations will be introduced. Corequisites: Math 242 and Math 332. Online registration