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Upper Division Mathematics Course Offerings 2015-2016

 Schedule of Upper Division Mathematics Classes

2015-2016

January 7, 2016

If time or instructor is not listed for a course, that course may not be offered during that semester.

All information is tentative and is subject to change.

 Class Fall Semester Spring Semester
2310(H)(Integral Calculus Honors) Hendon(MWF 11:15 T 11:00)  
3000 (Linear Algebra)

Nakano(MWF 10:10)
Rothstein(MWF 11:15)
 

Rothstein (MWF 10:10)
 
 
3100 (Sequences & Series) Azoff (MWF 10:10)
Klipper (MWF 1:25)
Lyall (TR 9:30)
3100H   Pollack (MWF 1:25)
3200 (Intro to Higher Math) Gallardo(MWF 9:05)
Chastkofsky(MWF 12:20)

 

Clark (MWF 9:05)
Klipper (MWF 10:10)
Kazanova (TR 11:00)
 

3220 (Problem Solving) Pollack (T 2:00) Hendon (T 2:00)  
3300(Applied Linear Algebra) Bourdon(MWF 11:15) Hendon (MWF 11:15)
Sobaje (TR 11:00)
3500(H) (Multivariable Math I) Usher(MWF 11:15, T 11:00)  
3510(H) (Multivariable Math II)   Usher
(MWF 11:15, T 11:00)
4000 (Modern Alg & Geom I)

Boe (MWF 10:10)
Pollack(MWF 12:20)

Chastkofsky
(MWF 11:15)
4010 (Modern Alg. & Geom. II)   Boe (MWF 10:10)
4100 (Real Analysis) Lyall (TR 9:30)  
4150 (Complex Variables) Graham(TR 9:30) Magyar (TR 9:30)
4200 (Point Set Topology)    
4250 (Differential Geometry)   Cantarella (MWF 11:15)
4400 (Number Theory)   Bourdon
(MWF 12:20)
4450 (Cryptography) Lorenzini (TR 11:00)  
4500 (Numerical Analysis I) Kazanci (TR 12:20)  
4510 (Numerical Analysis II)   Kazanci (MWF 9:05)
4600 (Probability) Zhang (TR 11:00) Ma (MWF 11:15)
4670(Combinatorics) Hendon (MWF 1:25)  
4690 (Graph Theory)   Krashen (TR 12:30)
4700 (Qual. ODEs) Tie (TR 12:30)  
4720 (Intro. to Partial Differential Equations)   Tie (TR 2:00)
4730 (Mathematics and Climate) Adams(TR 11:00)  
4750 (Matrix and Integral Transforms with Applications)   Azoff (MWF 1:25)
4780 (Mathematical Biology)   Gutierrez
(TR 1400)
4790 (The Mathematics of Option Pricing)   Zhang (TR 11:00)
4850 (History of Mathematics)   Rumely, R.
(MWF 12:20)
4950 (Introduction to Research) Zhang   
5020 (Arithmetic for Middle School Teachers) Beckmann-Kazez (TR 9:30)  
5030 (Geometry and Measurement for Middle School Teachers) Beckmann-Kazez(TR 2:00)  
5035 (Algebra for Middle School Teachers)   Beckmann (MWF 12:20)
5200 (Found of Geom I) Pinzon-Caicedo (MWF 10:10) Hendon (MWF 9:05)
5210 (Found of Geom II)   Hendon (MWF 10:10)

 

Tentative Schedule of Graduate Mathematics Classes

2015-2016

(subject to sufficient enrollment and faculty. If time or instructor is not listed for a course, that course may not be offered during that semester.)

 

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 Course Fall Semester Spring Semester
GRSC 7770   Zawodinak/Azoff (F 3:30–5)  
8000 (Algebra I) Nakano (MWF 9:05)  
8020 (Commutative algebra)   Clark (MWF 10:10)
8080 (Lie Algebras) Boe (MWF 9:05)  
8100 (Real Analysis) Wang, S.(TR 9:30)  
8130 (Topics in Analysis) Lyall (TR 11:00)  
8150 (Complex analysis)   Hersonsky (TR 11:00)
8170 (Functional analysis)    
8220 (Homotopy Theory)   Ching (?)
8200 (Algebraic topology)   Matic (TR 12:30)

8210(Topology of Manifolds) 

Usher (MWF 10:10)  
8230(Foliations)   Kazez (MWF 9:05)
8230 (Integral geometry)    
8230 (Knots, 3-manifolds and 4-manifolds) Gay (TR 11:00)  
8230 (Topics in conformal geometry and friends) Hersonsky (TR 12:30)  
8260 (Comparison theorems in Riemannian geometry)    
8315 (Sheaves and cohomology)   Alexeev, V. (TR 9:30)
8320 (Algebraic Curves/Riem. Surf.) Giansiracusa (MWF 12:20)  
8330 (Toric Varieties) Alexeev, V. (TR 9:30)  
8330 (Conformal blocks)   Gibney (TR 12:30)
8400 (Algebraic number theory)   Pollack (MWF 11:15)
8430 (Galois cohomology) Clark and Varley (TR 11:00)  
8440 (Topics in Combinatorial/Analytic Number Theory) Vandehey (MWF 1:25) Magyar (TR 12:30)
8500 (Numerical Analysis) Lai (MWF 11:15)  
8600 (Probability)   Zhang (TR 9:30)
8550 (Topics in numerical analysis)   Petukhov (MWF 1:25)
8850 (Number Theory VRG) Clark (R 2:00) Clark (R 2:00)
8850 (Tropical Geometry VRG) Giansiracusa (R 2:00) Giansiracusa (R 2:00)
8850 (Harmonic Analysis VRG)   Magyar/Lyall (R 2:00)

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