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Selected Syllabi

Undergraduate Course Syllabi

The syllabi posted here are intended to provide reasonably detailed descriptions of the indicated courses. These syllabi/course descriptions are targeted at external visitors who need the information summarized for determining the nature of the course. If you need a brief course description, visit our current courses page.

If you are a current student, access the syllabus for your course through your moodle account.

If you are an instructor, access the more detailed course syllabi through our math department "Math Dept Course Syllabi" page on moodle.

General education objectives, outcomes, and competencies

All of the 100 and 200 level mathematics, mathematical sciences, and statistics courses listed below, except math117, math217, and math317, can be used to satisfy the mathematics part of the general education course requirements for a bachelor's degree. The general education objectives, outcomes, and competencies which are common to these courses are:

  1. By the end of the course, the student should be able to use mathematical methods and models to solve quantitative problems and communicate solutions effectively.
  2. By the end of the course, the student should be able to analyze and critically evaluate numerical and graphical data to draw reasonable and valid conclusions about real-world solutions.

The course descriptions and syllabi provide information which indicates how these courses satisfy these objectives.

100 Level Math Courses

200 Level Math and Stat Courses

300 Level Math Courses