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MATH 098 Intermediate Algebra (0)
Intermediate algebra equivalent to third semester of high school algebra. Includes linear equations and models, linear systems in two variables, quadratic equations, completing the square, graphing parabolas, inequalities, working with roots and radicals, distance formula, functions and graphs, exponential and logarithmic functions. Instruction provided by community colleges on UW campus. Extra fee required. Offered: AWSp.

MATH 100 Algebra (5)
Similar to the first three terms of high school algebra. Assumes no previous experience in algebra. Open only to students [1] in the Educational Opportunity Program or [2] admitted with an entrance deficiency in mathematics. Offered: AWSp.

MATH 102 Algebra (5)
Similar to the first three terms of high school algebra. Assumes no previous experience in algebra. Open only to students [1] in the Educational Opportunity Program or [2] admitted with an entrance deficiency in mathematics. Prerequisite: MATH 100. Offered: AWSp.

MATH 103 Introduction to Elementary Functions (5)
Continues the study of algebra begun in MATH 100 and MATH 102 with emphasis on functions (polynomial, rational, logarithmic, exponential, and trigonometric). Open only to students who have completed MATH 102. Prerequisite: MATH 102. Offered: AWSp.

MATH 111 Algebra with Applications (5) NW, QSR
Use of graphs and algebraic functions as found in business and economics. Algebraic and graphical manipulations to solve problems. Exponential and logarithm functions; various applications to growth of money. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 098, MATH 102, or MATH 103, a score of 147-150 on the MPT-GS placement test, or a score of 144-163 on the MPT-AS placement test. Offered: AWS.

MATH 112 Application of Calculus to Business and Economics (5) NW, QSR
Rates of change, tangent, derivative, accumulation, area, integrals in specific contexts, particularly economics. Techniques of differentiation and integration. Application to problem solving. Optimization. Credit does not apply toward a mathematics major. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 111. Offered: WSp.

MATH 120 Precalculus (5) NW
Basic properties of functions, graphs; with emphasis on linear, quadratic, trigonometric, exponential functions and their inverses. Emphasis on multi-step problem solving. Prerequisite: either a minimum grade of 2.5 in MATH 098, minimum grade of 3.0 in MATH 103, a score of 151-169 on the MPT-GS placement test, or score of 145-153 on the MPT-AS placement test. Offered: AWSpS.
Instructor Course Description: Matthew Conroy

MATH 124 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (5) NW, QSR
First quarter in calculus of functions of a single variable. Emphasizes differential calculus. Emphasizes applications and problem solving using the tools of calculus. Prerequisite: either a minimum grade of 2.5 in MATH 120, a score of 154-163 on the MPT-AS placement test, or score of 2 on AP test. Offered: AWSpS.

MATH 125 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (5) NW
Second quarter in the calculus of functions of a single variable. Emphasizes integral calculus. Emphasizes applications and problem solving using the tools of calculus. Prerequisite: either minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 124, score of 3 on AB advanced placement test, or score of 3 on BC advanced placement test. Offered: AWSpS.

MATH 126 Calculus with Analytic Geometry III (5) NW
Third quarter in calculus sequence. Introduction to Taylor polynomials and Taylor series, vector geometry in three dimensions, introduction to multivariable differential calculus, double integrals in Cartesian and polar coordinates. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 125, MATH 145, or MATH 146, score of 5 on AB advanced placement test, or score of 4 on BC advanced placement test. Offered: AWSpS.

MATH 134 Accelerated [Honors] Calculus (5) NW, QSR
Covers the material of MATH 124, MATH 125, MATH 126; MATH 307, MATH 308, MATH 318. First year of a two-year accelerated sequence. May receive advanced placement (AP) credit for MATH 124 after taking MATH 134. For students with above average preparation, interest, and ability in mathematics. Offered: A.

MATH 135 Accelerated [Honors] Calculus (5) NW
Covers the material of MATH 124, MATH125, MATH 126; MATH 307, MATH 308, MATH 318. First year of a two-year accelerated sequence. May receive advanced placement (AP) credit for MATH 125 after taking MATH 135. For students with above average preparation, interest, and ability in mathematics. Offered: W.

MATH 136 Accelerated [Honors] Calculus (5) NW
Covers the material of MATH 124, MATH 125, MATH 126; MATH 307, MATH 308, MATH 318. First year of a two-year accelerated sequence. May not receive credit for both MATH 126 and MATH 136. For students with above average preparation, interest, and ability in mathematics. Offered: Sp.

MATH 170 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers (3) NW
Basic concepts of numbers and operations. Emphasizes problem solving, communication of mathematical ideas, and analysis of sources of difficulty in learning/teaching these concepts. Credit may not apply toward a mathematics major. Required for elementary education students. Credit/no-credit only.

MATH 171 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers (3) NW
Basic concepts of geometry. Emphasizes problem solving. communication of mathematical ideas, and analysis of sources of difficulty in learning/teaching these concepts. Credit may not apply toward a mathematics major. Credit/no-credit only.

MATH 187 Elementary Mathematics Computer Laboratory (1, max. 3) NW
Laboratory activities designed to introduce computing as a tool for doing mathematics, to be taken jointly with a designated section of a 100-level mathematics course. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSp.

MATH 197 Problem Solving in Mathematics (2, max. 4) NW
Lectures and problem sessions in mathematics with applications. Enrollment restricted to EOP students only. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSp.

MATH 198 Special Topics in Mathematics (1-5, max. 15)
Independent reading in math. Does not count as credit toward a math major. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.

MATH 300 Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning (3) NW
Mathematical arguments and the writing of proofs in an elementary setting. Elementary set theory, elementary examples of functions and operations on functions, the principle of induction, counting, elementary number theory, elementary combinatorics, recurrence relations. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 125, MATH 145, or MATH 135. Offered: AWSpS.

MATH 301 Elementary Number Theory (3) NW
Brief introduction to some of the fundamental ideas of elementary number theory. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 126 or MATH 136. Offered: S.

MATH 307 Introduction to Differential Equations (3) NW
Introductory course in ordinary differential equations. Includes first- and second-order equations and Laplace transform. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 125 or MATH 145. Offered: AWSpS.
Instructor Course Description: Min Wu

MATH 308 Matrix Algebra with Applications (3) NW
Systems of linear equations, vector spaces, matrices, subspaces, orthogonality, least squares, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, applications. For students in engineering, mathematics, and the sciences. Credit allowed for only one of MATH 308 or MATH 318. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 126 or MATH 146. Offered: AWSpS.

MATH 309 Linear Analysis (3) NW
First order systems of linear differential equations, Fourier series and partial differential equations, and the phase plane. Prerequisite: either a minimum grade of 2.0 in both MATH 307 and MATH 308, a minimum grade of 2.0 in both MATH 307 and MATH 318, or minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 136. Offered: AWSpS.
Instructor Course Description: Min Wu

MATH 324 Advanced Multivariable Calculus I (3) NW
Topics include double and triple integrals, the chain rule, vector fields, line and surface integrals. Culminates in the theorems of Green and Stokes, along with the Divergence Theorem. Prerequisite: minimum grade fo 2.0 in either MATH 126 or MATH 136. Offered: AWSpS.

MATH 326 Advanced Multivariable Calculus II (3) NW
Elementary topology, general theorems on partial differentiation, maxima and minima, differentials, Lagrange multipliers, implicit function theorem, inverse function theorem and transformations, change of variables formula. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 136, MATH 308, or MATH 318; minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 324. Offered: AWSp.

MATH 327 Introductory Real Analysis I (3) NW
Limits and continuity of functions, sequences, series tests, absolute convergence, uniform convergence. Power series, improper integrals, uniform continuity, fundamental theorems on continuous functions, theory of the Riemann integral. Prerequisite: either a minimum grade of 2.0 in both MATH 126 and MATH 300, or minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 136. Offered: AWSpS.

MATH 328 Introductory Real Analysis II (3) NW
Limits and continuity of functions, sequences, series tests, absolute convergence, uniform convergence. Power series, improper integrals, uniform continuity, fundamental theorems on continuous functions, theory of the Riemann integral. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 327. Offered: WSpS.

MATH 334 Accelerated [Honors] Advanced Calculus (5) NW
Introduction to proofs and rigor; uniform convergence, Fourier series and partial differential equations, vector calculus, complex variables. Students who complete this sequence are not required to take MATH 309, MATH 310, MATH 324, MATH 326, MATH 327, MATH 328, and MATH 427. Second year of an accelerated two-year sequence; prepares students for senior-level mathematics courses. Prerequisite: either minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 136, or minimum grade of 2.0 in both MATH 126 and MATH 307 and either minimum grade of a 2.0 in either MATH 205, MATH 308, or MATH 318. Offered: A.

MATH 335 Accelerated [Honors] Advanced Calculus (5) NW
Introduction to proofs and rigor; uniform convergence, Fourier series and partial differential equations, vector calculus, complex variables. Students who complete this sequence are not required to take MATH 309, MATH 324, MATH 326, MATH 327, MATH 328, and MATH 427. Second year of an accelerated two-year sequence; prepares students for senior-level mathematics courses. Prerequisite: minium grade of 2.0 in MATH 334. Offered: AWSp.

MATH 336 Accelerated [Honors] Advanced Calculus (5) NW
Introduction to proofs and rigor; uniform convergence, Fourier series and partial differential equations, vector calculus, complex variables. Students who complete this sequence are not required to take MATH 309, MATH 324, MATH 326, MATH 327, MATH 328, and MATH 427. Second year of an accelerated two-year sequence; prepares students for senior-level mathematics courses. Prerequisite: minium grade of 2.0 in MATH 335. Offered: Sp.

MATH 380 Intermediate Topics in Undergraduate Mathematics (3, max. 12) NW
Covers intermediate topics in undergraduate mathematics.

MATH 381 Discrete Mathematical Modeling (3) NW
Introduction to methods of discrete mathematics, including topics from graph theory, network flows, and combinatorics. Emphasis on these tools to formulate models and solve problems arising in variety of applications, such as computer science, biology, and management science. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 136, MATH 308, or MATH 318.

MATH 387 Intermediate Mathematics Computer Laboratory (1/2, max. 6) NW
Laboratory activities in the use of computing as tool for doing mathematics, to be taken jointly with a designated section of a 300-level mathematics course. Credit/no-credit only.

MATH 390 Probability and Statistics in Engineering and Science (4) NW
Concepts of probability and statistics. Conditional probability, independence, random variables, distribution functions. Descriptive statistics, transformations, sampling errors, confidence intervals, least squares and maximum likelihood. Exploratory data analysis and interactive computing. Students may receive credit for only one of STAT 390, STAT 481/ECON 481, and ECON 580. Prerequisite: either MATH 126 or MATH 136. Offered: jointly with STAT 390; AWSpS.

MATH 394 Probability I (3) NW
Sample spaces; basic axioms of probability; combinatorial probability; conditional probability and independence; binomial, Poisson, and normal distributions. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 126 or MATH 136; recommended: either MATH 324 or MATH 327. Offered: jointly with STAT 394; AWS.

MATH 395 Probability II (3) NW
Random variables; expectation and variance; laws of large numbers; normal approximation and other limit theorems; multidimensional distributions and transformations. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in STAT/MATH 394. Offered: jointly with STAT 395; WSpS.

MATH 396 Probability III (3) NW
Characteristic functions and generating functions; recurrent events and renewal theory; random walk. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 395 or STAT 395. Offered: jointly with STAT 396; Sp.

MATH 398 Special Topics in Mathematics (1-5, max. 15)
Independent reading in math. Does not count as credit toward a math major. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.

MATH 402 Introduction to Modern Algebra (3) NW
Elementary theory of groups: Cosets and Lagrange's theorem. Homomorphisms, normal subgroups, quotient groups, and the fundamental isomorphism theorems. Cyclic and symmetric groups. Orders and Cauchy's theorem. Direct products. Automorphisms. Prerequisite: minium grade of either 2.0 MATH 136, MATH 327, MATH 336, or MATH 340. Offered: AS.

MATH 403 Introduction to Modern Algebra (3) NW
Elementary theory of rings and fields: polynomial rings. Ideals, homomorphisms, quotients, and fundamental isomorophism theorems. Fields and maximal ideals. Euclidean rings. Field extensions. Algebraic extensions. Vector spaces and degrees of extensions. Adjoining roots of polynomials. Finite fields. Straight edge and compass constructions. Prerequisite: Minium grade of 2.0 in MATH 402. Offered: W.

MATH 404 Introduction to Modern Algebra (3) NW
Topics in algebra chosen from Galois theory, theory of modules, geometric group actions, and the theory of rings and fields. Specific content determined by instructor. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 403. Offered: Sp.

MATH 407 Linear Optimization (3) NW
Maximization and minimization of linear functions subject to constraints consisting of linear equations and inequalities; linear programming and mathematical modeling. Simplex method, elementary games and duality. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 136, MATH 308, MATH 318, or AMATH 352. Offered: AWS.

MATH 408 Nonlinear Optimization (3) NW
Maximization and minimization of nonlinear functions, constrained and unconstrained; nonlinear programming problems and methods. Lagrange multipliers; Kuhn-Tucker conditions, convexity. Quadratic programming. Prerequisite: minium grade of 2.0 in either MATH 308 or MATH 318; minium grade of 2.0 in either MATH 327 or MATH 334. Offered: W.

MATH 409 Discrete Optimization (3) NW
Maximization and minimization problems in graphs and networks (shortest paths, minimum spanning trees, maximum flows, minimum cost flows); transportation and trans-shipment problems, NP-completeness. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 407. Offered: Sp.

MATH 411 Introduction to Modern Algebra for Teachers (3) NW
Basic concepts of abstract algebra with an emphasis on problem solving, constructing proofs, and communication of mathematical ideas. Designed for teaching majors; not open for credit to students who have taken MATH 402, MATH 403. Cannot be used as elective credit for either BS program in mathematics. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 136 or MATH 308. Offered: AS.

MATH 412 Introduction to Modern Algebra for Teachers (3) NW
Basic concepts of abstract algebra with an emphasis on problem solving, constructing proofs, and communication of mathematical ideas. Designed for teaching majors; not open for credit to students who have taken MATH 402, MATH 403. Cannot be used as elective credit for either BS program in mathematics. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 411. Offered: WS.

MATH 414 Number Theory (3) NW
Congruences, arithmetic of quadratic fields, binary quadratic forms, Dirichlet's theorem on primes in an arithmetic progression, Chebyshev's theorem on distribution of primes, the partition function, equations over finite fields. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 301 or MATH 402.

MATH 415 Number Theory (3) NW
Congruences, arithmetic of quadratic fields, binary quadratic forms, Dirichlet's theorem on primes in an arithmetic progression, Chebyshev's theorem on distribution of primes, the partition function, equations over finite fields. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 414.

MATH 420 History of Mathematics (3) NW
Survey of the development of mathematics from its earliest beginnings through the first half of the twentieth century. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 126. Offered: S.

MATH 421 Conceptual Calculus for Teachers (3-) NW
In-depth conceptual study of calculus, approached from many points of view, including the study of patterns of physical change, discrete approximation to continuous phenomena, and the historical development of calculus. Intended for future teachers. Cannot be used as elective credit for either BS program in mathematics.

MATH 422 Conceptual Calculus for Teachers (-3) NW
In-depth conceptual study of calculus, approached from many points of view, including the study of patterns of physical change, discrete approximation to continuous phenomena, and the historical development of calculus. Intended for future teachers. Cannot be used as elective credit for either BS program in mathematics. Prerequisite: MATH 421; MATH 300, which may be taken conconcurrently.

MATH 424 Fundamental Concepts of Analysis (3) NW
The real number system; field, order, and LUB axioms. Metric spaces: Euclidean space. Bolzano-Weierstrass property. Sequences and limits of sequences. Cauchy sequences and completeness. The Heine-Borel Theorem. Uniform continuity. Connected sets and the intermediate value theorem. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 328 or MATH 335. Offered: A.

MATH 425 Fundamental Concepts of Analysis (3) NW
One-variable differential calculus: chain rule, inverse function theorem, Rolle's theorem, intermediate value theorem, Taylor's theorem, and intermediate value theorem for derivatives. Multivariable differential calculus: mean value theorem, inverse and implicit function theorems, and Lagrange multipliers. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 326 or MATH 335; minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 424. Offered: W.

MATH 426 Fundamental Concepts of Analysis (3) NW
Lebesgue measure on the reals. Construction of the Lebesgue integral and its basic properties. Monotone Convergence Theorem, Fatou's Lemma, and Dominated Convergence Theorem. Integration of series. Continuity and differentiability theorems for functions defined by integrals. Introduction to general measures and integration. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 425. Offered: Sp.

MATH 427 Complex Analysis (3) NW
Complex numbers; analytic functions; sequences and series; complex integration; Cauchy integral formula; Taylor and Laurent series; uniform convergence; residue theory; conformal mapping. Topics chosen from: Fourier series and integrals, Laplace transforms, infinite products, complex dynamics; additional topics chose by instructor. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 327 or MATH 335; recommended: MATH 328. Offered: AS.
Instructor Course Description: Judith M Arms

MATH 428 Complex Analysis (3) NW
Continuation of MATH 427. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 427. Offered: W.

MATH 435 Introduction to Dynamical Systems (3) NW
Examples of dynamical systems in mathematics and in natural phenomena. Iterated functions, phase portraits, fixed and periodic points. Hyperbolicity, bifurcations. Chaos. Interval maps; quadratic families. Fractals; iterated function systems. Elements of higher dimensional dynamics. Julia sets, the Mandelbrot set. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 335 or MATH 327; minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 309 or both AMATH 352 and AMATH 353.

MATH 436 Introduction to Dynamical Systems (3) NW
Examples of dynamical systems in mathematics and in natural phenomena. Iterated functions, phase portraits, fixed and periodic points. Hyperbolicity, bifurcations. Chaos. Interval maps; quadratic families. Fractals; iterated function systems. Elements of higher dimensional dynamics. Julia sets, the Mandelbrot set. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 435.

MATH 441 Topology (3) NW
Metric and topological spaces, convergence, continuity, finite products, connectedness, and compactness. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 328 or MATH 335. Offered: A.

MATH 442 Differential Geometry (3) NW
Curves in 3-space, continuity and differentiability in 3-space, surfaces, tangent planes, first fundamental form, area, orientation, the Gauss Map. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 335 or both MATH 326 and MATH 328; minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 308 or MATH 318. Offered: W.

MATH 443 Topics in Topology and Geometry (3) NW
Content selected from such topics as homotopy theory, topological surfaces, advanced differential geometry, projective geometry, hyperbolic geometry, spherical geometry, and combinatorial geometry. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 442. Offered: Sp.

MATH 444 Geometry for Teachers (3) NW
Concepts of geometry from multiple approaches; discovery, formal and informal reasoning, transformations, coordinates, exploration using computers and models. Topics selected from Euclidean plane and space geometry, spherical geometry, non-Euclidean geometries, fractal geometry. Designed for teaching majors. Cannot be used as elective credit for either BS program in mathematics. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 126; minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 136, MATH 205, MATH 308, or MATH 318; minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 300. Offered: WS.

MATH 445 Geometry for Teachers (3) NW
Concepts of geometry from multiple approaches; discovery, formal and informal reasoning, transformations, coordinates, exploration using computers and models. Topics selected from Euclidean plane and space geometry, spherical geometry, non-Euclidean geometries, fractal geometry. Designed for teaching majors. Cannot be used as elective credit for either BS program in mathematics. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 444. Offered: SpS.

MATH 461 Combinatorial Theory (3) NW
Selected topics from among: block designs and finite geometries, coding theory, generating functions and other enumeration methods, graph theory, matroid theory, combinatorial algorithms, applications of combinatorics. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 308 or MATH 318.

MATH 462 Combinatorial Theory (3) NW
Selected topics from among: block designs and finite geometries, coding theory, generating functions and other enumeration methods, graph theory, matroid theory, combinatorial algorithms, applications of combinatorics. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in MATH 461.

MATH 464 Numerical Analysis I (3) NW
Basic principles of numerical analysis, classical interpolation and approximation formulas, finite differences and difference equations. Numerical methods in algebra, systems of linear equations, matrix inversion, successive approximations, iterative and relaxation methods. Numerical differentiation and integration. Solution of differential equations and systems of such equations. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 136, MATH 308, or MATH 335 Offered: A.

MATH 465 Numerical Analysis II (3) NW
Basic principles of numerical analysis, classical interpolation and approximation formulas, finite differences and difference equations. Numerical methods in algebra, systems of linear equations, matrix inversion, successive approximations, iterative and relaxation methods. Numerical differentiation and integration. Solution of differential equations and systems of such equations. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 136, MATH 308, or MATH 335. Offered: W.

MATH 466 Numerical Analysis III (3) NW
Basic principles of numerical analysis, classical interpolation and approximation formulas, finite differences and difference equations. Numerical methods in algebra, systems of linear equations, matrix inversion, successive approximations, iterative and relaxation methods. Numerical differentiation and integration. Solution of differential equations and systems of such equations. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 136, both MATH 307 and MATH 308, or MATH 335.

MATH 480 Advanced Topics in Undergraduate Mathematics (3, max. 12)
Covers advanced topics in undergraduate mathematics.

MATH 487 Advanced Mathematics Computer Laboratory (1/2, max. 6) NW
Laboratory activities in the use of computing as a tool for doing mathematics, to be taken jointly with a designated section of a 400-level mathematics course. Credit/no-credit only.

MATH 491 Introduction to Stochastic Processes (3) NW
Random walks, Markov chains, branching processes, Poisson process, point processes, birth and death processes, queuing theory, stationary processes. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 395 or STAT 395. Offered: jointly with STAT 491; A.

MATH 492 Stochastic Calculus for Option Pricing (3) NW
Introductory stochastic calculus mathematical foundation for pricing options and derivatives. Basic stochastic analysis tools, including stochastic integrals, stochastic differential equations, Ito's formula, theorems of Girsanov and Feynman-Kac, Black-Scholes option pricing, American and exotic options, bond options. Prerequisite: either MATH 394 or STAT 394; either MATH 395 or STAT 395. Offered: jointly with STAT 492; W.

MATH 496 Honors Senior Thesis (1-5) NW
Problem seminar for Honors students. Cannot be repeated for credit. Offered: AWSp.

MATH 497 Special Topics in Mathematics for Teachers (2-9, max. 9) NW
Study of selected areas of mathematics. Designed for the improvement of teachers of mathematics. Offered: jointly with EDC&I 478.

MATH 498 Special Topics in Mathematics (1-5, max. 15)
Reading and lecture course intended for special needs of advanced students. Offered: AWSpS.

MATH 499 Undergraduate Research (8) NW
Summer research opportunity for undergraduates. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: S.

MATH 504 Modern Algebra (5)
First quarter of a three-quarter sequence covering group theory; field theory and Galois theory; commutative rings and modules, linear algebra, theory of forms; representation theory, associative rings and modules; commutative algebra and elementary algebraic geometry. Prerequisite: MATH 404 or equivalent.

MATH 505 Modern Algebra (5)
Continuation of MATH 504. Prerequisite: MATH 504.

MATH 506 Modern Algebra (5)
Continuation of MATH 505. Prerequisite: MATH 505.

MATH 507 Algebraic Geometry (3)
First quarter of a two-quarter sequence covering the basic theory of affine and projective varieties, rings of functions, the Hilbert Nullstellensatz, localization, and dimension; the theory of algebraic curves, divisors, cohomology, genus, and the Riemann-Roch theorem; and related topics. Prerequisite: MATH 506.

MATH 508 Algebraic Geometry (3)
Continuation of MATH 507. Prerequisite: MATH 507.

MATH 509 Theory of Optimal Control (3)
Trajectories from ordinary differential equations with control variables. Controllability, optimality, maximum principle. Relaxation and existence of solutions. Techniques of nonsmooth analysis. Prerequisite: real analysis on the level of MATH 426; background in optimization corresponding to MATH 515. Offered: jointly with AMATH 509.

MATH 510 Seminar in Algebra (2-5, max. 12)
Prerequisite: permission of Graduate Program Coordinator. Credit/no-credit only.

MATH 514 Networks and Combinatorial Optimization (3)
Mathematical foundations of combinatorial and network optimization with an emphasis on structure and algorithms with proofs. Topics include combinatorial and geometric methods for optimization of network flows, matching, traveling salesmen problem, cuts, and stable sets on graphs. Special emphasis on connections to linear and integer programming, duality theory, total unimodularity, and matroids. Prerequisite: either MATH 308 or AMATH 352 any additional 400-level mathematics course. Offered: jointly with AMATH 514.

MATH 515 Fundamentals of Optimization (5)
Maximization and minimization of functions of finitely many variables subject to constraints. Basic problem types and examples of applications; linear, convex, smooth, and nonsmooth programming. Optimality conditions. Saddlepoints and dual problems. Penalties, decomposition. Overview of computational approaches. Prerequisite: linear algebra and advanced calculus. Offered: jointly with AMATH 515/IND E 515.

MATH 516 Numerical Optimization (3)
Methods of solving optimization problems in finitely many variables, with or without constraints. Steepest descent, quasi-Newton methods. Quadratic programming and complementarity. Exact penalty methods, multiplier methods. Sequential quadratic programming. Cutting planes and nonsmooth optimization. Prerequisite: MATH 515. Offered: jointly with AMATH 516.

MATH 521 Advanced Probability (3)
Measure theory and integration, independence, laws of large numbers. Fourier analysis of distributions, central limit problem and infinitely divisible laws, conditional expectations, martingales. Prerequisite: either MATH 426 or MATH 576. Offered: jointly with STAT 521; A.

MATH 522 Advanced Probability (3)
Measure theory and integration, independence, laws of large numbers. Fourier analysis of distributions, central limit problem and infinitely divisible laws, conditional expectations, martingales. Prerequisite: either MATH 426 or MATH 576. Offered: jointly with STAT 522; W.

MATH 523 Advanced Probability (3)
Measure theory and integration, independence, laws of large numbers. Fourier analysis of distributions, central limit problem and infinitely divisible laws, conditional expectations, martingales. Prerequisite: either MATH 426 or MATH 576. Offered: jointly with STAT 523; Sp.

MATH 524 Real Analysis (5)
First quarter of a three-quarter sequence covering the theory of measure and integration, point set topology, Banach spaces, Lp spaces, applications to the theory of functions of one and several real variables. Additional topics to be chosen by instructor. Prerequisite: MATH 426 or equivalent.

MATH 525 Real Analysis (5)
Continuation of MATH 524. Prerequisite: MATH 524.

MATH 526 Real Analysis (5)
Continuation of MATH 525. Prerequisite: MATH 525.

MATH 527 Functional Analysis (3)
First quarter of a three-quarter sequence. Review of Banach, Hilbert, and Lp spaces; locally convex spaces (duality and separation theory, distributions, and function spaces); operators on locally convex spaces (adjoints, closed graph/open mapping and Banach-Steinhaus theorems); Banach algebras (spectral theory, elementary applications); spectral theorem for Hilbert space operators. Additional topics chosen by instructor. A working knowledge of real variables, general topology, and complex variables is assumed.

MATH 528 Functional Analysis (3)
Continuation of MATH 527. Prerequisite: MATH 527.

MATH 529 Functional Analysis (3)
Continuation of MATH 528. Prerequisite: MATH 528.

MATH 530 Seminar in Analysis (2-5, max. 12)
Prerequisite: permission of graduate program coordinator. Credit/no-credit only.

MATH 534 Complex Analysis (5)
First quarter of a three-quarter sequence covering complex numbers, analytic functions, contour integration, power series, analytic continuation, sequences of analytic functions, conformal mapping of simply connected regions, and related topics. Prerequisite: MATH 426.

MATH 535 Complex Analysis (5)
Continuation of MATH 534. Prerequisite: MATH 534.

MATH 536 Complex Analysis (5)
Continuation of MATH 535. Prerequisite: MATH 535.

MATH 537 Several Complex Variables (3)
First quarter of a three-quarter sequence covering Weierstrass preparation theorem and its immediate consequences, analytic continuation, domains of holomorphy, pseudoconvexity, Cartan-Oka theory of coherence, embedding theorems; the CR equations, CR manifolds, connections with algebraic geometry. Prerequisite: MATH 536.

MATH 538 Several Complex Variables (3)
Continuation of MATH 537. Prerequisite: MATH 537.

MATH 539 Several Complex Variables (3)
Continuation of MATH 538. Prerequisite: MATH 538.

MATH 541 Special Topics in Applied Mathematics (2-3, max. 15)
Such topics as mathematical quantum theory, fluid mechanics, optimization and operations research, and control theory.

MATH 542 Special Topics in Applied Mathematics (2-3, max. 15)
Such topics as mathematical quantum theory, fluid mechanics, optimization and operations research, and control theory.

MATH 543 Special Topics in Applied Mathematics (2-3, max. 15)
Such topics as mathematical quantum theory, fluid mechanics, optimization and operations research, and control theory.

MATH 544 Topology and Geometry of Manifolds (5)
First quarter of a three-quarter sequence covering general topology, the fundamental group, covering spaces, topological and differentiable manifolds, vector fields, flows, the Frobenius theorem, Lie groups, homogeneous spaces, tensor fields, differential forms, Stokes's theorem, deRham cohomology. Prerequisite: MATH 404 and MATH 426 or equivalent.

MATH 545 Topology and Geometry of Manifolds (5)
Continuation of MATH 544. Prerequisite: MATH 544.

MATH 546 Topology and Geometry of Manifolds (5)
Continuation of MATH 545. Prerequisite: MATH 545.

MATH 547 Geometric Structures (3, max. 9)
First quarter of a three-quarter sequence covering differential-geometric structures on manifolds, Riemannian metrics, geodesics, covariant differentiation, curvature, Jacobi fields, Gauss-Bonnet theorem. Additional topics to be chosen by the instructor, such as connections in vector bundles and principal bundles, symplectic geometry, Riemannian comparison theorems, symmetric spaces, symplectic geometry, complex manifolds, Hodge theory. Prerequisite: MATH 546.

MATH 548 Geometric Structures (3, max. 9)
Continuation of MATH 547. Prerequisite: MATH 547.

MATH 549 Geometric Structures (3, max. 9)
Continuation of MATH 548. Prerequisite: MATH 548.

MATH 550 Seminar in Geometry (2-5, max. 12)
Prerequisite: permission of Graduate Program Coordinator. Credit/no-credit only.

MATH 554 Linear Analysis (5)
First quarter of a three-quarter sequence covering advanced linear algebra and matrix analysis, ordinary differential equations (existence and uniqueness theory, linear systems, numerical approximations), Fourier analysis, introductions to functional analysis and partial differential equations, distribution theory. Prerequisite: MATH 426 and familiarity with complex analysis at the level of MATH 427 (the latter may be obtained concurrently).

MATH 555 Linear Analysis (5)
Continuation of MATH 554. Prerequisite: MATH 554.

MATH 556 Linear Analysis (5)
Continuation of MATH 555. Prerequisite: MATH 555.

MATH 557 Introduction to Partial Differential Equations (3)
First quarter of a three-quarter sequence. Reviews the theory of distribution theory, weak derivatives, and Fourier transform; Laplace, heat, wave, Schrodinger equations; and notion of Euler-Lagrange equation and variational derivative. Prerequisite: either MATH 526 or MATH 556.

MATH 558 Introduction to Partial Differential Equations (3)
Continuation of MATH 557. Covers Sobolev spaces; boundary value problems; additional topics may include: Cauchy-Kowalevski theorem, first order equations, initial value problems, and variational methods. Prerequisite: MATH 557.

MATH 559 Introduction to Partial Differential Equations (3)
Continuation of MATH 558. Covers selected topics such as: introduction to microlocal analysis, Lax parametrix construction, Schauder estimates, Calderson-Zygmund theory, energy methods, and boundary regularity on rough domains. Prerequisite: MATH 558.

MATH 564 Algebraic Topology (3)
First quarter of a three-quarter sequence covering classical and modern approaches; complexes and their homology theory; applications; fixed points, products and Poincare duality; axiomatic approach. Prerequisite: MATH 506 and MATH 544, or equivalent.

MATH 565 Algebraic Topology (3)
Continuation of MATH 564. Prerequisite: MATH 564.

MATH 566 Algebraic Topology (3)
Continuation of MATH 565. Prerequisite: MATH 565.

MATH 570 Seminar in Topology (2-5, max. 12)
Prerequisite: permission of graduate program coordinator. Credit/no-credit only.

MATH 574 Fundamental Concepts of Analysis (3)
Sets, real numbers, topology of metric spaces, normed linear spaces, multivariable calculus from an advanced viewpoint. Introduction to Lebesque measure and integration. Intended for students in biostatistics and related fields; does not fulfill requirements for degrees in mathematics.

MATH 575 Fundamental Concepts of Analysis (3)
Sets, real numbers, topology of metric spaces, normed linear spaces, multivariable calculus from an advanced viewpoint. Introduction to Lebesque measure and integration. Intended for students in biostatistics and related fields; does not fulfill requirements for degrees in mathematics.

MATH 576 Fundamental Concepts of Analysis (3)
Sets, real numbers, topology of metric spaces, normed linear spaces, multivariable calculus from an advanced viewpoint. Introduction to Lebesque measure and integration. Intended for students in biostatistics and related fields; does not fulfill requirements for degrees in mathematics.

MATH 577 Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (3, max. 9)
Topics chosen from: root systems and reflection groups; the structure, classification, and representation theory of complex semisimple Lie algebras, compact Lie groups, or semisimple Lie groups; algebraic groups; enveloping algebras; infinite-dimensional representation theory of Lie groups and Lie algebras; harmonic analysis on Lie groups. Prerequisite: MATH 506; MATH 526 or MATH 546.

MATH 578 Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (3, max. 9)
Topics chosen from: root systems and reflection groups; the structure, classification, and representation theory of complex semisimple Lie algebras, compact Lie groups, or semisimple Lie groups; algebraic groups; enveloping algebras; infinite-dimensional representation theory of Lie groups and Lie algebras; harmonic analysis on Lie groups. Prerequisite: MATH 506; MATH 526 or MATH 546.

MATH 579 Lie Groups and Lie Algebras (3, max. 9)
Topics chosen from: root systems and reflection groups; the structure, classification, and representation theory of complex semisimple Lie algebras, compact Lie groups, or semisimple Lie groups; algebraic groups; enveloping algebras; infinite-dimensional representation theory of Lie groups and Lie algebras; harmonic analysis on Lie groups. Prerequisite: MATH 506; MATH 526 or MATH 546.

MATH 580 Current Topics in Mathematics (2, max. 12)
Discussion of current research topics in mathematics, with emphasis on current departmental research projects and interests. Offered: AWSp.

MATH 581 Special Topics in Mathematics (1-5, max. 36)
Advanced topics in various areas of mathematics. Offered: AWSpS.

MATH 582 Special Topics in Mathematics (1-5, max. 36)
Advanced topics in various areas of mathematics. Offered: AWSpS.

MATH 583 Special Topics in Mathematics (1-5, max. 36)
Advanced topics in various areas of mathematics. Offered: AWSpS.

MATH 584 Applied Linear Algebra and Introductory Numerical Analysis (5)
Numerical methods for solving linear systems of equations, linear least squares problems, matrix eigen value problems, nonlinear systems of equations, interpolation, quadrature, and initial value ordinary differential equations. Prerequisite: either a course in linear algebra or permission of instructor. Offered: jointly with AMATH 584; A.

MATH 585 Numerical Analysis of Boundary Value Problems (5)
Numerical methods for steady-state differential equations. Two-point boundary value problems and elliptic equations. Iterative methods for sparse symmetric and non-symmetric linear systems: conjugate-gradients, preconditioners. Prerequisite: either AMATH 581, AMATH 584/MATH 584, or permission of instructor. Offered: jointly with AMATH 585; W.

MATH 586 Numerical Analysis of Time Dependent Problems (5)
Numerical methods for time-dependent differential equations, including explicit and implicit methods for hyperbolic and parabolic equations. Stability, accuracy, and convergence theory. Spectral and pseudospectral methods. Prerequisite: either AMATH 581, AMATH 584/MATH 584, AMATH 585/MATH 585, or permission of instructor. Offered: jointly with AMATH 586/ATM S 581; Sp.

MATH 590 Seminar in Probability (2-5, max. 12)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Credit/no-credit only.

MATH 594 Special Topics in Numerical Analysis (2-3, max. 15)
Various advanced topics in numerical analysis and scientific computing, such as iterative methods, eigenvalue computations, approximation theory, finite element methods, inverse problems, nonlinear conservation laws, computational fluid dynamics. Prerequisite: AMATH 584, AMATH 585, AMATH 586, or equivalent. Offered: jointly with AMATH 594.

MATH 595 Special Topics in Numerical Analysis (2-3, max. 15)
Various advanced topics in numerical analysis and scientific computing. See description for MATH 594 for sample topics. Prerequisite: AMATH 584, AMATH 585, AMATH 586, or equivalent. Offered: jointly with AMATH 595.

MATH 596 Special Topics in Numerical Analysis (2-3, max. 15)
Various advanced topics in numerical analysis and scientific computing. See description for MATH 594 for sample topics. Prerequisite: AMATH 584, AMATH 585, AMATH 586, or equivalent. Offered: jointly with AMATH 596.

MATH 597 Seminar on Teaching Math (1, max. 3)
Issues in the teaching and learning of college mathematics, such as discovering and working with student background and expectations, increasing student engagement with course material, and evaluating student achievement. For graduate students who are, or soon will be, teaching mathematics courses on their own. Credit/no-credit only.

MATH 598 Seminar on Technology (1, max. 3)
Explores the use of computer technology in teaching and research in mathematics. Develops the basic skills required for using computer mathematics software.

MATH 600 Independent Study or Research (*-)

MATH 700 Master's Thesis (*-)

MATH 800 Doctoral Dissertation (*-)