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**101.
Intermediate Algebra Part 1.
(1)**

**102.
Intermediate Algebra Part 2.
(1)**

**103.
Intermediate Algebra Part 3.
(1)**

**106.
Problems in Intermediate Algebra.
(1)**

**107.
Problems in College Algebra.
(1)**

**110.
Problems in Elements of Calculus.
(1)**

**111.
Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers I.
(3)**

**112.
Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers II.
(3)**

**116.
Topics in Pre-calculus Mathematics.
(3)**

**121.
College Algebra.
(3)**

**123.
Trigonometry.
(3)**

**129.
A Survey of Mathematics.
(3)**

**150.
Pre-Calculus Mathematics.
(3)**

**162.
Calculus I.
(4)**

**163.
Calculus II.
(4)**

**180.
Elements of Calculus I.
(3)**

**181.
Elements of Calculus II.
(3)**

**215.
Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers III.
(3)**

**264.
Calculus III.
(4)**

**275.
Honors Calculus.
(3)**

**305 / 507.
Mathematics from a Historical Perspective.
(3)**

**306 / 506.
College Geometry.
(3)**

**311.
Vector Analysis.
(3)**

****312.
Partial Differential Equations for Engineering.
(3)**

****313.
Complex Variables.
(3)**

****314.
Linear Algebra with Applications.
(3)**

****316.
Applied Ordinary Differential Equations.
(3)**

****317.
Elementary Combinatorics.
(3)**

****318.
Graph Theory.
(3)**

****319.
Theory of Numbers.
(3)**

****321.
Linear Algebra.
(3)**

**322.
Modern Algebra I.
(3)**

****327.
Introduction to Mathematical Thinking and Discrete Structures.
(3)**

**338 / 542.
Mathematics for Secondary Teachers.
(3)**

**339 / 543.
Topics in Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers.
(1-3, no limit Δ)**

**350 / 550.
Topics in Mathematics for Secondary Teachers.
(1-3, no limit Δ)**

****356.
Symbolic Logic.
(4)**

****375.
Introduction to Numerical Computing.
(3)**

**391.
Advanced Undergraduate Honors Seminar.
(1-3 to a maximum of 8 Δ)**

**393.
Topics in Mathematics.
(3, no limit Δ)**

**401 / 501.
Advanced Calculus I.
(4)**

**402 / 502.
Advanced Calculus II.
(3)**

****412.
Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos.
(3)**

****415.
History and Philosophy of Mathematics.
(3)**

***421.
Modern Algebra II.
(3)**

****422.
Modern Algebra for Engineers.
(3)**

***431 / 535.
Introduction to Topology.
(3)**

****439.
Topics in Mathematics.
(1-3, no limit Δ)**

**441.
Probability.
(3)**

**462 / 512.
Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations.
(3)**

**463 / 513.
Introduction to Partial Differential Equations.
(3)**

**464 / 514.
Applied Matrix Theory.
(3)**

***466.
Mathematical Methods in Science and Engineering.
(3)**

***471.
Introduction to Scientific Computing.
(3)**

**472 / 572.
Fourier Analysis and Wavelets.
(3)**

**499.
Individual Study.
(1-3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)**

**501 / 401.
Advanced Calculus I.
(4)**

**502 / 402.
Advanced Calculus II.
(3)**

**504.
Introductory Numerical Analysis: Numerical Linear Algebra.
(3)**

**505.
Introductory Numerical Analysis: Approximation and Differential Equations.
(3)**

**506 / 306.
College Geometry.
(3)**

**507 / 305.
Mathematics from a Historical Perspective.
(3)**

**510.
Introduction to Analysis I.
(3)**

**511.
Introduction to Analysis II.
(3)**

**512 / 462.
Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations.
(3)**

**513 / 463.
Introduction to Partial Differential Equations.
(3)**

**514 / 464.
Applied Matrix Theory.
(3)**

**519.
Selected Topics in Algebra and Number Theory [Selected Topics in Number Theory].
(3, no limit Δ)**

**520.
Abstract Algebra I.
(3)**

**521.
Abstract Algebra II.
(3)**

**530.
Algebraic Geometry I.
(3)**

**531.
Algebraic Geometry II.
(3)**

**532.
Algebraic Topology I.
(3)**

**533.
Algebraic Topology II.
(3)**

**535 / 431.
Foundations of Topology.
(3)**

**536.
Introduction to Differentiable Manifolds.
(3)**

**537.
Riemannian Geometry I.
(3)**

**538.
Riemannian Geometry II.
(3)**

**539.
Selected Topics in Geometry and Topology.
(3, no limit Δ)**

**540.
Stochastic Processes with Applications.
(3)**

**541.
Advanced Probability.
(3)**

**542 / 338.
Mathematics for Secondary Teachers.
(3)**

**543 / 339.
Topics in Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers.
(1-3, no limit Δ)**

**549.
Selected Topics in Probability Theory.
(3, no limit Δ)**

**350 / 550.
Topics in Mathematics for Secondary Teachers.
(1-3, no limit Δ)**

**551.
Problems.
(1-3, no limit Δ)**

**557.
Selected Topics in Numerical Analysis.
(3, no limit Δ)**

**561.
Functions of a Complex Variable I.
(3)**

**562.
Functions of a Complex Variable II.
(3)**

**563.
Measure Theory.
(3)**

**565.
Harmonic Analysis.
(3)**

**569.
Selected Topics in Analysis.
(3, no limit Δ)**

**570.
Singular Perturbations.
(3)**

**572 / 472.
Fourier Analysis and Wavelets.
(3)**

**573.
Partial Differential Equations.
(3)**

**576.
Numerical Linear Algebra.
(3)**

**577.
Numerical Ordinary Differential Equations.
(3)**

**578.
Numerical Partial Differential Equations.
(3)**

**579.
Selected Topics in Applied Mathematics.
(3, no limit Δ)**

**581.
Functional Analysis I.
(3)**

**583.
Methods of Applied Mathematics I.
(3)**

**584.
Methods of Applied Mathematics II.
(3)**

**598.
Practicum.
(1-6 to a maximum of 6 Δ)**

**599.
Master's Thesis.
(1-6, no limit Δ)**

**605.
Graduate Colloquium.
(1 to a maximum of 4 Δ)**

**639.
Seminar in Geometry and Topology.
(1-3, no limit Δ)**

**649.
Seminar in Probability and Statistics.
(1-3, no limit Δ)**

**650.
Reading and Research.
(1-6 to a maximum of 12 Δ)**

**669.
Seminar in Analysis.
(1-3, no limit Δ)**

**679.
Seminar in Applied Mathematics.
(1-3, no limit Δ)**

**689.
Seminar in Functional Analysis.
(1-3)**

**699.
Dissertation.
(3-12, no limit Δ)**

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