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Mathematics Beyond the Core Courses

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Topics in Discrete Math

The topics for this course depend on the interests of the instructor, and are usually drawn from everyday experience.

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History of Mathematics

This course focuses on the historical development of mathematical ideas, the role of individual character and culture in the advancement of mathematics, and the historical context of major discoveries and changes of viewpoint.

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Introduction to Statistics

This one-term course provides an overview of the questions addressed by statisticians.

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Statistics

This sequence of courses is offered fall (MAT41S), winter (MAT42S) and spring (MAT43S). MAT41S covers the basic principles of descriptive statistics.

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Multivariable Calculus

This two-term sequence re-examines the differentiation and integration processes, and investigates topics such as partial derivatives, level curves and gradients, moving frame description for space

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Linear Algebra

MAT640 is an introduction to the theory of linear algebra, the study of systems of linear equations and their solutions.

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Foundations of Abstract Mathematics

This course constitutes a bridge between calculus and theoretical, proof-based courses such as real analysis, abstract algebra and set theory.

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Selected Topics in Math

The topics in MAT690 will be studied with an emphasis on intuition and computational facility.

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