- Math 496: Mathematical Modelling
- Math 370: Numerical Analysis
- Math 312: Complex Analysis
- Math 310: Real Analysis
- Math 300: Junior Colloquium
- Math 212: Multivariable Calculus
- Math 214: Linear Systems
- Math 224: Multivariable Calculus
- Math 201: Mathematics, Education and Access To Power
- Math 120: Basic Calculus 2
- Math 118: Advanced Placement Calculus
- Math 110: Basic Calculus 1
- Math 105: Math for Liberal Arts

Fall 1994 |
Fall 1995 |
Fall 1996 |
Fall 1997 |

Math 370 | Math 496 | Math 310 | CSP 2 |

Math 110 | |||

Spring 1995 |
Spring 1996 |
Spring 1997 |
Spring 1998 |

Math 124 | Math 120 | Math 370 | Math 312 |

Math 312 | Math 120 | Math 120 |

Fall 1998 |
Fall 1999 |
Fall 2000 |
Fall 2001 |

Math 370 | CSP 1 | Math 370 | Math 312 |

Math 110 | Math 110 | Math 118 | |

Spring 1999 |
Spring 2000 |
Spring 2001 |
Spring 2002 |

Math 120 | On | Math 214 | CSP 52 |

Leave | Math 120 | ||

Fall 2002 |
Spring 2003 |
Fall 2003 |
Spring 2004 |

Math 370 | Math 120 | Math 118 | Math 312 |

Math 118 | Math 214 | Math 224 | |

Math 300 | |||

Fall 2004 |
Spring 2005 |
Fall 2005 |
Spring 2006 |

Math 370 | Math 341 | Math 114 | Math 212 |

Math 105 | Math 214 | Math 212 | Math 214 |

Math 105 | Math 397 | Math 396 | |

Fall 2006 |
Spring 2007 |
Fall 2007 |
Spring 2008 |

Math 120 (labs only) | Math 110 | Math 214 | |

On | Math 201 | Math 400 | Math 201 |

Leave | Math 214 | ||

Math 300 | |||

Fall 2008 |
Spring 2009 |
Fall 2009 |
Spring 2010 |

Math 341 | Math 201 | CSP 19 | Math 395 |

Math 396 | Math 300 | Math 341 | Math 201 |

Math 370 | Math 400 | ||

Math 395 | |||

Fall 2010 |
Spring 2011 |
August 2011-August 2013 |
Fall 2013 |

Math 341 | Sabbatical! | On loan to the National Science Foundation | CSP 6 (Sec 1 and 2) |

CSP 19 (Sec 1 and 2) | Directorate for Education & Human Resources | Math 341 | |

Division of Undergraduate Education | |||

Spring 2014 |
Fall 2014 |
Spring 2015 |
Fall 2015 |

Math 312 | Math 341 | Math 396 | |

Math 120 | Math 212 | Math 212 | |

Math 105 |

Additional topics include numerical and analytic techniques of integration, trigonometric functions and dynamical systems modeling periodic or quasiperiodic phenomena, local approximation of functions by Taylor polynomials and Taylor series, and approximation of periodic functions on an interval by trigonometric polynomials and Fourier series.

A beginning course in advanced calculus and real analysis. Properties of the real number system, sequences and series of real numbers, the Heine-Borel and Bolzano-Weierstrass Theorems, continuity and uniform continuity, sequences and series of functions, differentiation and Riemann integration.

We then move on to a section that examines the racialized, gendered, and class-based struggle over the meaning of rights, nation, and freedom during the post-Reconstruction Era. Charles Chesnutt's

Questions of (national) inheritance and legal, contractual and cultural relationships provide the bridge to the third section of the course. Here we revisit notions of 'equal protection under the law' and privacy that stem from interpretations of the Fourteenth Amendment. We use Supreme Court cases such as

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