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Annual Course Overview

Below is a list of our upper level courses and when they are typically offered. Please note that course offerings, instructor names, and times are subject to change and all summer course offerings are dependent on having high enough enrollment to be able to offer the course.


ALL INFORMATION BELOW IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. 

Course descriptions, prerequisites, and quarterly Time Schedule
 

Schedule of 100-300-Level Courses, 2023-2024

All courses meet Monday, Wednesday, and Friday unless otherwise noted. (Course offerings, instructor names, and times are subject to change.) See the TIME SCHEDULE FOR MOST CURRENT INFORMATION

TITLE AUTUMN WINTER SPRING SUMMER, tentative
Offered every quarter 111, 112, 120, 124, 125, 126, 207, 208, 209, 224, 300, 327 111, 112, 120, 124, 125, 126, 207, 208, 209, 224, 300, 327 111, 112, 120, 124, 125, 126, 207, 208, 209, 224, 300, 327 111, 120, 124, 125, 126, 207, 208, 224, 300, 327
180 Topics in Math for Non-Science Majors (click link for course descriptions) A: 2:30    Steinerberger: Walk  in the Garden of Mathematics
282: Math major seminar A: TBD A: TBD
301 Elementary Number Theory A: 1:30
318 Advanced Linear Algebra Tools & Applications A: 1:30 A: 11:30
334/335/336 Honors Advanced Calculus A: MW 8:30-10:20 & F 8:30-9:20 A: MW 8:30-10:20 & F 8:30-9:20 A: MW 8:30-10:20 & F 8:30-9:20
340 Abstract Linear Algebra A: 1:30
342 Art of Problem Solving A:
Tu/Th 3:30-4:50pm Liu, R & Liu, G
380 Intermediate Topics (click link for course descriptions) A: Th 8:30-11:20 Koblitz: Math that Lies
381 Discrete Mathematical Modeling A: 12:30
B: 2:30
A: 1:30
B: 2:30

A: 10:30
B: 11:30

 

382
Post-graduation planning
A: To be arranged
Topic: Applying to MATH/AMATH PhD Programs

A: TBD
Topic: Careers in industry

394/395/396 Probability I, II, and Markov Chains/Monte-Carlo Methods

394 A: 9:30

394 A: 12:30
395 A: 9:30

394 A: 1:30
395 A: 1:30
396 A: 8:30

394: Time TBD
395:
Time TBD


Schedule of 400-Level Courses, 2023-2024

All courses meet Monday, Wednesday, and Friday unless otherwise noted. (Course offerings, instructor names, and times are subject to change.) See the TIME SCHEDULE FOR MOST CURRENT INFORMATION

TITLE AUTUMN WINTER SPRING SUMMER, tentative
402/3/4   Introduction to Modern Algebra  402 (Rings) A: 1:30 Viray
B: 10:30 Naehrig
402(Rings)
A:
2:30 Devadas

403 
(Groups) A: 1:30 InchiostroB: 10:30 Inchiostro
403: (Groups)
A:
2:30 Devadas

404 
(Fields)  
A: 1:30 Nichifor
402: Time TBD
407/8/9   Mathematical Optimization  407  
A: 2:30 Vinzant
B: 11:30 Vinzant 
407
A: 11:30 Perkins

408
A: 2:30 Thomas

407
A:
11:30 Perkins

409  
A: 2:30 Vinzant 

407: Time TBD

411/412  
Intro to Modern Algebra with Applications I, II
411   A: 1:30 Collingwood 412   A: 1:30 Nichifor   411: Time TBD
420
History of Mathematics

420 A:  2:30 Zhu, J

424/5/6   Fundamental Concepts of Analysis  424 
A: 8:30 Ghinassi

B: 12:30 Ghinassi
424  
A: 1
2:30 Tuncel

425  A: 8:30 Pezzoli
424
A:
9:30 Ghinassi

425 
A: 12:30 Tuncel

426
A: 8:30 Ghinassi

427/8  
Complex Analysis 
427   A: 9:30 Chen 428A: 9:30 Chen
441/2/3  
Topology and Geometry
441 
A: 10:30 Drouot
442
A: 10:30 Drouot
443 
A: 10:30 Drouot
441: Time TBD
444/5  
Introduction to Geometries I, II
  444  A:  MW 10:30-11:50 Athreya 445 A: MW 10:30-11:50 Athreya 444: Time TBD
461/2   Combinatorial Theory  461  A: 11:30 R. Liu 462  A: 11:30 R. Liu
464/5
Numerical Analysis 
465 not offered
464   A: 12:30 Bube 464   A: 12:30 Bube
480
Advanced Special Topics  (click link for course descriptions)
  480  
A:
1:30 Su: Topology and its applications

480  
A:
9:30 Naehrig: Cryptography

B: MW 1:00-2:20 Liu, R Combinatorial Game Theory

491/493
Stochastic Processes and Option Pricing

No 492
 

491 A: 11:30 Chen

493 A: 11:30 Chen


 Schedule of 500-level courses, 2023-2024

All courses meet Monday, Wednesday, and Friday unless otherwise noted. (Course offerings, instructor names, and times are subject to change. See the TIME SCHEDULE FOR MOST CURRENT INFORMATION)

TITLE AUTUMN WINTER SPRING SUMMER, tentative
504/5/6
Modern Algebra
504
A: 10:30 Pevtsova
505
A: 10:30 Pevtsova
506
A: 10:30 McGovern
514/5/6 
Optimization
514 
A: 
M/W 10:00-11:20 Rothvoss
515
A:
M/W 9:00-10:20 Aravkin

516

not offered

521/2/3
Advanced Probability
521
A: 11:30 Pal
522
A: 11:30 Pal
523
A: 11:30 Burdzy
524/525/534
Real and Complex Analysis
524 Reals
A: 11:30 Smith
525 Reals
A:
 11:30 Smith
534 Complex
A: 11:30 Rohde
535/6 
Complex Analysis
535 
A: 9:30 Rohde
536 
A: 10:30 Rohde
526
A: 
10:30 Uhlmann
544/5/6  
Topology & Geometry of Manifolds
544
A:  1:30 Paternain
545 
A: 1:30 Paternain
546 
A: 1:30 Paternain
561/562/563
Combinatorics
561
A: 
12:30 Liu, G: Enumerative Combinatroics
562
A: 
12:30 Novik: Discrete Geometry and Polytopes

563

A: 12:30 Steinerberger: Graph Theory

564/565/566
Algebraic Topology
564
A:
M/W 2:30-3:50 Shi
565
A: M/W 2:30-3:50 Shi
566
A: M/W 2:30-3:50 Shi
567/568/569 Algebraic Geometry

567

A: 10:30 Kovács

568

A: 10:30 Kovács

569

A: 10:30 Kovács

581/2/3 
Special Topics in Mathematics
(click here for course descriptions)

581
A: 9:30 McGovern: Linear Algebraic Groups

B: MW 9:00-10-:20 Yuan: Linear and Nonlinear Elliptic Equations

D: Tu 9:00-11:50 Shokrieh: Chip-firing

E: Th 9:00-11:50 Shokrieh: Algebraic Number Theory

F: Pal: Wasserstein Gradient Flows - PIMS online course

G: M/W 1:00-2:20 Drusvyatskiy: Mathematics of Data Science

582
A: 1:30 Lee: Bundles

B: MW 9:00-10-:20 Yuan: Linear and Nonlinear Elliptic Equations

C: 12:30
Pevtsova: Tensor Triangular Geometry

D: 11:30 Kovács: Grothendieck duality and applications

G: M/W 1:00-2:20 Drusvyatskiy: Mathematics of Data Science

H: Th 9:00 Shokrieh: Algebraic Number Theory II

583
A: 10:30 Zhang: Hopf Algebra

B: MW 9:00-10:20
Ormsby: Topological Data Analysis

C: MW 12:30-2:00
Kovács: Intersection theory

E: M/W 2:30 - 3:50
Uhlmann: Calderón Inverse problems

G: M/W 1:00-2:20 Drusvyatskiy: Mathematics of Data Science


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