# Course Rotations

Mathematics courses may be divided roughly into two categories - pure and applied. But in fact many span both of these categories. The list below is perhaps best described as one of emphasis rather than categorization. The notation S means the course is (normally) offered every Spring; F means it is offered in the Fall; and Su means it has been recently offered in the Summer.

## Basic Courses:

preparation for advanced study for all students

• 2233, Differential Equations (F, S, Su)
• 3013, Linear Algebra (F, S, Su)
• 3263, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (S) (specifically designed for industrial engineers; only 6 hours combined from 2233, 3013 and 3263 may be used towards a degree)

## Applied Mathematics Courses:

helpful for engineers and others seeking courses to assist in using mathematics to solve applied problems.

• 3583, Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (F)
• 4013, Calculus of Several Variables (F, S)
• 4233, Intermediate Differential Equations (F)
• 4263, Introduction to Partial Differential Equations (S)
• 4283, Complex Variables (F)
• 4423, Geometry and Algorithms in Three Dimensional Modeling (S)
• 4453, Mathematical Interest Theory (S)
• 4513, Numerical Analysis (F)
• 4553, Introduction to Optimization (S)
• 4663, Combinatorial Mathematics (S)
• 4753, Introduction to Cryptography (S)

## Pure Mathematics Courses:

developing the student's ability to read and write proofs; emphasizing logic and rigorous reasoning, problem solving, and pattern recognition; important foundational courses for graduate study in mathematics.

• 3613, Introduction to Modern Algebra (F, S)
• 3933, Research Methods (S)
• 4023, Introduction to Analysis (F, S, Su)
• 4033,  History of Mathematics (F)
• 4343, Introduction to Topology (S- Alternate years)
• 4403, Geometry (F)
• 4663, Combinatorial Mathematics (S)
• 4713, Number Theory (F)
• 4753, Introduction to Cryptography (S)
• 4813, Groups and Representations (S-Alternate years)