MATH 421 | Mathematical Stats I | Explores basic concepts of elementary probability, probability in finite spaces, conditional probability, independent trials, sophisticated counting, and probability in relation to random variables. Prerequisites: MATH 272 and MATH 300. Fall, even-nu,mbered years.| |

MATH 422 | Mathematical Stats II | Analyzes mathematical expectation, discrete and continuous random variables, probability densities, sampling distributions, point estimations, interval estimations, tests of hypotheses, regression and correlation, analysis of variation, and moment-ge,nerating functions. Prerequisite: MATH 421. Spring, odd-numbered years.| |

MATH 451 | Modern Algebra I | Introduces groups, rings, integral domains, and fields. Emphasizes rigorous proof and logical methods. Prerequisite: MATH 300. Fall and spring, respectively.| |

MATH 452 | Modern Algebra II | Introduces groups, rings, integral domains, and fields. Emphasizes rigorous proof and logical methods. Prerequisite: MATH 300. Fall and spring, respectively.| |

MATH 454 | Theory Of Numbers | Examines factorization, congruence, quadratic reciprocity, number theoretic functions, diophantine equations, and continued fractions. Prerequisite: MATH 300.| |

MATH 459 | Intro To Complex Var | Covers the complex plane, analytic functions, poles, residues, and their applications, including the fundamental theorem of algebra. Prerequisites: MATH 272 and 300.| |

MATH 460 | Numerical Meth Math II | Examines types of error, calculus of finite differences, numerical evaluation of integrals, algorithms for the solution of algebraic equations, and systems of algebraic equations with applications to selected problems and computer programming of algo,rithms. Prerequisite: MATH 271. Each Spring Semester (360); on demand (460).| |

MATH 471 | Intro Real Anal I | Covers limits, continuity, differentiability, integrability, and convergence for functions of a real variable and several variables. Prerequisites: MATH 272 and 300.| |

MATH 472 | Intro Real Anal II | Covers limits, continuity, differentiability, integrability, and convergence for functions of a real variable and several variables. Prerequisites: MATH 272 and 300.| |

MATH 473 | Elem Topology | Explores topological spaces, metric spaces, compactness, and connectedness. Prerequisites: MATH 272 and MATH 300.| |

MATH 480 | Special Topics | Offers special topics reflecting the interests of the students. The specific topic to be covered each term will be announced in advance. Prerequisites: MATH 272 and permission of the instructor.| |

MATH 490 | Seminar I | Individual study under faculty supervision. MATH 390, 12 hours of 300-level or above mathematics courses and written consent of the department chair.| |

MATH 491 | Seminar II | Seminar in mathematics. Oral and written presentations are required.| |

MATH 492 | Seminar III | Seminar in mathematics. Oral and written presentations are required.| |

MATH 495 | Industrial Mathematics Wksp | Serves as the capstone course for students in the Industrial Mathematics Program. Students work to find solutions to problems originating from business, industry, medicine, and government. Requires written and oral presentations. Prerequisites: Compl,etion of MATH 270, 271, 272 (all with C or better), MATH 300, 12 credit hours of mathematics numbered above MATH 300, and permission of instructor. Fall, annually.| |

MATH 499 | Independent Study | Individual study under faculty supervision. Prerequisites: 12 hours of math numbered 300 or above and written consent of the department chair.| |

MATH 530 | New Math | | |

MATH 531 | Topics In Geom | | |

MATH 532 | Statistics | | |

MATH 533 | Found H.S. Math | | |

MATH 541 | Rec Math | | |

MATH 553 | Real Variables I | | |

MATH 554 | Real Variables II | | |

MATH 555 | Topology I | | |

MATH 557 | Infinite Series | | |

MATH 559 | Com Variables I | | |

MATH 561 | Abstract Alg I | | |

MATH 562 | Abstract Alg II | | |

MATH 563 | Linear Algebra | | |

MATH 569 | Math Logic | | |