Courses offered

MATH 100: Quantitative Skills (3 credits)
MATH 101: Pre-Calculus & Trigonometry (3 credits)
MATH 102: Calculus-I (3 credits)
MATH 103: Introductory Linear Algebra (3 credits)
MATH 105/STAT 102*: Probability and Probability Distributions (3 credits)
MATH 106/COMP 113*: Discrete Mathematics (3 credits)

MATH 107 / STAT 101*: Statistical Methods (3 credits)
MATH 201: Calculus-II (3 credits)
MATH 202: Ordinary Differential Equations (3 credits)
MATH 203: Vector Analysis (3 credits)
MATH 209: Linear Algebra (3 credits)
MATH 210: Set Theory (3 credits)
MATH 211/CHEM 220*: Mathematics for Chemists (3 credits)

MATH 212: Elementary Number Theory (3 credits)
MATH 301: Multivariable Calculus (3 credits)
MATH 302: Mechanics (4 credits)
MATH 304 / STAT 313*:  Operations Research (3 credits)
MATH 307: Complex Analysis (4 credits)
MATH 308: Differential Geometry (3 credits)
MATH 309: Real Analysis (3 credits)
MATH 310/CSCS 310*: Numerical Analysis (3 credits)
MATH 311: Topology and Metric Spaces (3 credits)
MATH 312: Integral Equations (3 credits)
MATH 313: Group Theory (3 credits)
MATH 314/STAT 304*: Distribution Theory (3 credits)
MATH 315/STAT 311*: Mathematical Statistics (3 credits)

MATH 316 / PHYS 341*: Methods of Mathematical Physics (3 credits)
MATH 401: Advanced Group Theory (4 credits)
MATH 402: Ring Theory (4 credits)
MATH 403/CSCS 403*: Graph Theory (4 credits)
MATH 404: Partial Differential Equations (4 credits)
MATH 406: Integration Theory (3 credits)
MATH 407: Functional Analysis (3 credits)
MATH 408/STAT 401*: Stochastic Processes (3 credits)
MATH 409: Continuum Mechanics (4 credits)
MATH 410/PHYS 461*: Quantum Mechanics I (3 credits)

MATH 411 / PHYS 462*: Quantum Mechanics II (3 credits)

MATH 495: Themes (1-3 Credits)

Sections:

A-E of 1 credit

F-J of 2 credits

K-Z of 3 credits

Important Note:

Cross-Listed courses indicated with (*) have more than one designator (like Math/STAT) and code (102/105). Math Majors will have the facility to take cross-listed courses in their own or other departments and get them counted towards Mathematics but a student will get registered in cross-listed courses with ONE CODE ONLY i.e. credit will be given once with one code but not more than once (with different codes). MATH 105/STAT 102* will NOT be counted towards Math Major but as a “Free Elective” and it is a prerequisite for other courses which will be counted towards the Math Major i.e. Math 314/STAT 304*, Math 315/STAT 311* and Math 408/STAT 401*. In addition the following will be counted towards Math Major: Math 106/COMP 113*, Math 316/PHYS 341* and Math 410/PHYS 461* but Math 211/ CHEM 220* will also be counted as a “Free Elective”.