The following is a list of all upper division courses regularly taught by the mathematics department. If you have any questions contact a faculty member, they will be happy to answer any questions you have.

MATH 301  Foundations for Advanced Math A study of mathematical systems and the forms and techniques of proofs. Included are logic, set theory, and an introduction to elementary number theory. These are studied in some depth and with careful attention to forms of proofs. The writing of these proofs in a standard mathematical form is emphasized. 4 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:

MATH 221 Minimum Grade of C.

MATH 310  Math for Secondary Teachers This course is for students who are planning to be secondary or middle school teachers. It will include concept from discrete math, geometry, algebra, and data collection and analysis. It will include uses of technology, in particular the graphing calculator and software used in geometric investigations. Note: Students enrolling in Math 310 must have placement into the teacher education program. 3 Credit Hours.

MATH 311  Matrices & Linear Algebra A study of the properties and applications of matrices, including systems of equations, determinants, similarity, and eigenvalues. An introduction to the theory of vector spaces and linear transformations. 4 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:

MATH 221 Minimum Grade of C.

MATH 316  Topics In Number Theory Some of the topics to be presented in this course are: modular arithmetic, finite fields, basic prime number theorems, congruencies, and combinations. 3 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:

MATH 221 Minimum Grade of C.

MATH 318  Math for Elem Sch Teacher II A continuation of Math 215. Topics will include the use of calculators and computers, discrete math, data analysis, and an introduction to algebra. 0 OR 3 Credit Hours
0 OR 2 Lecture hours
0 OR 2 Lab hours. Prerequisites:

MATH 215 Minimum Grade of C.

MATH 325  History Of Mathematics The development of selected mathematical concepts will be traced from the Greek era. The course will focus on mathematical creation as a human endeavor done within a cultural context. 3 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:

MATH 121 Minimum Grade of C or

MATH 221 Minimum Grade of C or

MATH 222 Minimum Grade of C or

MATH 223 Minimum Grade of C.

MATH 327  Differential Equations An introduction to ordinary differential equations. Topics will include methods of solving first order nonlinear equations, basic theory and methods of solving nth order linear equations, including infinite series methods. Further topics will include an introduction to systems of linear ordinary differential equations and the Laplace transform. Applications will be emphasized. 4 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:

MATH 222 Minimum Grade of C.

MATH 342  Modern College Geometry A course in college geometry that includes topics in Euclidean and nonEuclidean geometries. 3 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:

MATH 301 Minimum Grade of C.

MATH 380  Intro to Mathematical Research Research projects will be conducted under the supervision of a professor. Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits. 13 Credit Hours.

MATH 383  Topics in Mathematics Topics will vary. Possible topics include Galois Theory, Measure Theory, Probability, Calculusbased Statistics, etc. Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits. 3 Credit Hours.

MATH 424  Advanced Calculus Topics include structure of the real number system and Euclidean spaces, general theory of limits, continuity, derivatives, Riemann integrals, series and sequences, coordinate systems transformations, physical fields, Divergence and Stokes theorem. 4 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:

MATH 223 Minimum Grade of C and

MATH 301 Minimum Grade of C.

MATH 430  Complex Variables This course will cover topics in complex numbers, analytic functions, elementary functions and associated mappings, integrals, series, residues and poles, and conformal mappings. 4 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:

MATH 223 Minimum Grade of C and

MATH 301 Minimum Grade of C.

MATH 487  Algebraic Structures A course in abstract algebra including topics from the theories of groups, rings, and fields. Applications will be discussed. 4 Credit Hours. Prerequisites:

MATH 301 Minimum Grade of C.

MATH 496  Mathematics Senior Seminar I The primary goal of the mathematics senior seminar is to complete a research project and present the results in both written and oral format. During the first semester students together with a faculty mentor will explore topic possibilities. Once a topic is determined initial research will be done and a survey presentation given. 2 Credit Hours.

MATH 498  Mathematics Senior Seminar II Students will continue their research project. Students will give several presentations during the course of the term. A final presentation and final written document are required. A major field test will be given. 2 Credit Hours. Prerequisites: