Mathematics Department
The study and analysis of numbers, equations, and theorums.
Courses highlighted in bold green are Academy Core Courses.
 MATH101: Concepts
 Introduction to mathematical systems, including Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and PreCalculus. Discusses modern applications of these systems, additionally.
 MATH110: Functions and Models
 Study of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions within the context of mathematical modeling.
 MATH120: Calculus, Advanced
 Study of limits, differentiation, and integration of functions of one variable.
 MATH200: Discrete
 An introduction to the discrete paradigm in mathematics and computer science. Topics included are induction, recursion, algorithmic problemsolving, graph theory, number theory, and counting techniques.
 MATH250: Differential
 Study of ordinary differential equations and systems of equations, through the use of analytic, qualitative/ geometric, and numerical techniques. Applications from physics, biology, chemistry, engineering, economics, and psychology will be presented.
 MATH270: Linear Algebra
 Solving linear systems, matrix algebra, vector spaces and linear transformations, eigenvectors, orthogonality.
 MATH300: Combinatorics
 Continues the ideas of counting, graph theory, and algorithms from Mathematics 200. Topics may include Ramsey Theory, designs, coding theory, generating functions, and optimization. Offered in alternate years.
 MATH320: Analysis
 A rigorous study of the structure of the real line and the properties of realvalued functions. Topics include sequences, limits, continuity, differentiabililty, and integrability.
 MATH330: Probability and Statistics
 Theory of probability and mathematical statistics including an introduction to descriptive statistics and exploratory data analysis, basic concepts of probability theory, discrete and continuous random variables, special distributions, momentgenerating functions, multivariate distributions, sampling distribution theory, and the Central Limit Theorem.
 MATH400: Solipsistic Mathematics
 A survey of recent advances in solipsistic mathematics and their applications to new understandings of quantum theory. Emphasis is placed upon matter replication and transporter mechanisms.
 MATH440: Topology
 A rigourous study of topology and conceptions of Ndimensional space.
