## MATH 311 Mathematics and Statistics for Data Science

Mathematical and statistical topics relevant to Data Science. Background on multivariable functions and calculus, probability, and advanced linear algebra for tools used in Data Science.
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### Prerequisites

(CS 120 and MATH 221 with a minimum grade of C)

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 317 Mathematical Foundations for Teachers

Focus is on depth of understanding and ability to explain models and concepts involving number operations, fractions, bases, ratio and proportion, functions, structure of the real and rational numbers.
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### Prerequisites

MATH 132 with a minimum grade of C

### Major/Minor Restriction

Include Mathematics Major(s)/Minor(s)

### Class Restriction

Include Junior and Senior

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 321 Introduction to Abstract Algebra I

An introduction to abstract algebra. Topics will include: basic number theory, group theory, geometrical connections and mappings.
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### Prerequisites

(MATH 221 and MATH 228 with a minimum grade of C)

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 322 Introduction to Abstract Algebra II

A continuation of MATH 321. Topics will include: rings, integral domains, fields and Galois theory.
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### Prerequisites

MATH 321 with a minimum grade of C

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 335 Differential Equations I

Study the theory and solutions of ordinary differential equations including applications.
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### Prerequisites

MATH 233 with a minimum grade of C

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 336 Differential Equations II

Continuation of MATH 335. The existence and uniqueness theory, systems of equations, boundary value problems and an introduction to partial differential equations.
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### Prerequisites

MATH 335 with a minimum grade of C

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 341 Introduction to Modern Geometry I

Explores Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries from multiple perspectives, with an emphasis on developing problem solving, communication, and logical reasoning skills.
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### Prerequisites

(MATH 228 or MATH 286 with a minimum grade of C)

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 342 Introduction to Modern Geometry II

Continuation of Math 341. This course will continue the study of the foundations of geometry, exploring Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries.
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### Prerequisites

(MATH 221 and MATH 228 and MATH 341 with a minimum grade of C)

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 350 Elementary Probability Theory

An introduction to probability. Axioms of probability, conditional probability, combinatorial techniques, discrete and continuous random variables, central limit theorem. Elements of statistical inference: estimators, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing.
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### Prerequisites

Concurrent Prerequisite MATH 132 with a minimum grade of C

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 351 Elementary Statistics Theory

A continuation of MATH 350. Learn about jointly distributed random variables, central limit theorem, sampling distributions, properties of estimation, confidence intervals and tests of hypothesis.
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### Prerequisites

(MATH 350 and Concurrent Prerequisite MATH 233 with a minimum grade of C)

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 375 Elementary Numerical Analysis

Numerical solutions of equations and systems of equations; interpolation and approximation; numerical differentiation and integration; numerical solutions of differential equations.
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### Prerequisites

(MATH 221 with a minimum grade of C) and (MATH 233 with a minimum grade of D-) and (CS 120 with a minimum grade of C)

### Major/Minor Restriction

Include Mathematics Major(s)/Minor(s)

### Class Restriction

Include Junior and Senior

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 386 Problem Solving

This course focuses on Mathematical Problem Solving for future elementary and middle school teachers. Emphasis is on problems that require fundamental concepts from a variety of mathematical topics and levels. This course is designed for prospective elementary teachers in the mathematics track.
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### Prerequisites

(MATH 228 or MATH 286 with a minimum grade of C)

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 391 Introduction to Number Theory

Topics will include basic properties of the Natural Numbers, prime numbers, divisibility, factorization, congruences, Euler's phi function, introduction to Diophantine Equations and some group theory.
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### Prerequisites

(MATH 228 or MATH 286 with a minimum grade of C)

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required

## MATH 395 Topics in Mathematics for Teachers

Emphasis will be on problem solving skills, reasonableness of answers, using calculators and computers and on problem posing.
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### Prerequisites

(MATH 182 or MATH 228 with a minimum grade of D-)

### Course Fee

Differential Tuition Required