Graduate Courses

Courses numbered 6000 or above are graduate courses. Course descriptions for all graduate courses are given in the Bulletin.

Some 3000/4000 level courses may be taken for graduate credit, subject to suitable additional work requirements and approval of the student's advisor, the Department Graduate Committee, and the instructor. These courses are Math 3710, 3720, 3730, 3740, 3613, 3632,4239, 4240, 3848, and 4981.

Whenever possible, the Department will offer one additional graduate course on a topic to be determined.
 

Core Courses

MATH 6101. Algebra I. 3 Credits.

MATH 6102. Algebra II. 3 Credits.

MATH 6214. Measure and Integration Theory. 3 Credits.

MATH 6318. Applied Mathematics I. 3 Credits.

MATH 6810. General Topology. 3 Credits.

 

Electives

MATH 6230. Complex Analysis. 3 Credits.

MATH 6215. Introduction to Functional Analysis. 3 Credits.

MATH 6319. Applied Mathematics II. 3 Credits.

MATH 6340. Modern Partial Differential Equations. 3 Credits.

MATH 6350. Topics in Applied Mathematics. 3 Credits.

MATH 6226. Dynamical Systems and Chaos. 3 Credits.

MATH 6330. Ordinary Differential Equations. 3 Credits.

MATH 6610. Combinatorics. 3 Credits.

MATH 6620. Graph Theory. 3 Credits.

MATH 6630. Topics in Combinatorial Mathematics. 3 Credits.

MATH 6710. Mathematical Logic. 3 Credits.

MATH 6720. Topics in Logic. 3 Credits.

MATH 6820. Algebraic Topology. 3 Credits.

MATH 6850. Knot Theory and Low Dimensional Topology. 3 Credits.

MATH 6860. Topics in Knot Theory and Low Dimensional Topology. 3 Credits.

MATH 6890. Topics in Topology. 3 Credits.

MATH 6522. Introduction to Numerical Analysis. 3 Credits.

MATH 6523. Numerical Solution of Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations. 3 Credits.

MATH 6540. Topics in Numerical Analysis. 3 Credits.