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3.0 cr; Prereq: Prereq-3 yrs high school math or placement exam or grade of at least C- in GC 0731;
Fall, Spring, Every Year
Breadth of mathematics, its nature/applications. Power of abstract reasoning.
Course Number and Name Section Location Term Instructor
1001 Excursions in Mathematics 10 Scott Hall 4 Spring 2019 Randolph Knoche
1001 Excursions in Mathematics 11 Vincent Hall 6 Spring 2019 Randolph Knoche
1001 Excursions in Mathematics 12 Vincent Hall 206 Spring 2019 Randolph Knoche
3.0 cr; Prereq: 3 yrs high school math or grade of at least C- in GC 0731;
Credit will not be granted if credit has been received for: 1051, 1151, 1155
Fall, Spring, Every Year
Algebra, analytic geometry explored in greater depth than is usually done in three years of high school mathematics. Additional topics from combinations, permutations, probability.

Overiew: Linear and quadratic equations and inequalities; graphs of equations, including lines, circles, parabolas; composition, inverses of functions; transformations of graphs; linear and quadratic models; polynomials; exponentials, logarithms; counting; probability. 3 credits. 3 lectures, 1 recitation per week.

Prerequisite: 3 years high school math or C- in GC 0731 or placement exam. Trigonometry is not required.

Audience: Business majors wanting to take Math 1142 (Short Calculus) and elementary education majors wanting to take Math 3113 (Math for Elementary School Teachers). Also works as the prerequisite for Math 1151 (Precalculus II), after which students can take Math 1271 (Calculus I). Satisfies the CLE Mathematical Thinking requirement.

Class pacing may vary depending on term length. Check the class syllabus for details.

Course Number and Name Section Location Term Instructor
1031 College Algebra and Probability 1 Vincent Hall 311 Spring 2019 Judith Franklin
1031 College Algebra and Probability 2 Vincent Hall 20 Spring 2019 Matthew Deidrick
1031 College Algebra and Probability 10 Bruininks Hall 330 Spring 2019 Andrew (Andy) Hardt
1031 College Algebra and Probability 11 Keller Hall 2-260 Spring 2019 Zane Huttinga
1031 College Algebra and Probability 12 Bruininks Hall 420B Spring 2019 Emily Gullerud
1031 College Algebra and Probability 13 Bruininks Hall 530A Spring 2019 Emily Gullerud
1031 College Algebra and Probability 20 Akerman Hall 209 Spring 2019 Michael Loper
1031 College Algebra and Probability 21 Bruininks Hall 432 Spring 2019 Matthew Brisbin
1031 College Algebra and Probability 22 Bruininks Hall 432 Spring 2019 Matthew Brisbin
1031 College Algebra and Probability 23 Bruininks Hall 420A Spring 2019 Matthew Brisbin
1.0 cr; Prereq: 1051 or 1151 or 1155;
A-F or Aud
Fall, Spring, Summer, Every Year
For students who need probability/permutations/combinations portion of 1031. Meets with 1031, has same grade/work requirements.

MATH 1051 - Precalculus I

3.0 cr; Prereq: 3 yrs high school math or placement exam or grade of at least C- in GC 0731;
Credit will not be granted if credit has been received for: 1031, 1151
Fall, Spring, Every Year
Algebra, analytic geometry, exponentials, logarithms, beyond usual coverage found in three-year high school mathematics program.
Course Number and Name Section Location Term Instructor
1051 Precalculus I 10 Bruininks Hall 412 Spring 2019 Randolph Knoche

MATH 1142 - Short Calculus

4.0 cr; Prereq: Prereq-3 1/2 yrs high school math or grade of at least C- in [1031 or 1051];
Fall, Spring, Summer, Every Year
Derivatives, integrals, differential equations, partial derivatives, maxima/minima of functions of several variables covered with less depth than full calculus. No trigonometry included.

Overview: A one-semester tour of differential and integral calculus in one variable, and differential calculus in two variables. Does not involve any trigonometry. Emphasis on formulas and their interpretation and use in applications. 4 credits. 3 lectures, 2 recitations per week.

Prerequisite: 3 ½ years high school math or C- in Math 1031 or Math 1051 or placement exam.

Audience: Business, architecture, and agricultural science majors, and students who want some exposure to calculus. Does not serve as a prerequisite to any higher math course, but does satisfy the CLE Mathematical Thinking requirement.

Class pacing may vary depending on term length. Check the class syllabus for details.

Course Number and Name Section Location Term Instructor
1142 Short Calculus 1 Lind Hall 302 Spring 2019 David Brokken
1142 Short Calculus 2 Ford Hall 115 Spring 2019 Judith Franklin
1142 Short Calculus 10 McNeal Hall 10 Spring 2019 Juliann Leifeld
1142 Short Calculus 11 McNeal Hall 316 Spring 2019 Juliann Leifeld
1142 Short Calculus 20 Bruininks Hall 220 Spring 2019 Juliann Leifeld
1142 Short Calculus 21 Vincent Hall 6 Spring 2019 Chen Shi
1142 Short Calculus 22 Vincent Hall 211 Spring 2019 Shiqiang (Oliver) Xia
1142 Short Calculus 23 Lind Hall 203 Spring 2019 Shiqiang (Oliver) Xia
1142 Short Calculus 24 Vincent Hall 6 Spring 2019 Chen Shi

MATH 1151 - Precalculus II

3.0 cr; Prereq: 3 1/2 yrs high school math or placement exam or grade of at least C- in [1031 or 1051];
Credit will not be granted if credit has been received for: 1155
Fall, Spring, Every Year
Algebra, analytic geometry, trigonometry, complex numbers, beyond usual coverage found in three-year high school mathematics program.

Overview: Trigonometric functions and inverse trigonometric functions: definitions, graphs, identities, applications; real and complex zeros of polynomials; polar coordinates; DeMoivre's Theorem; conic sections; solutions of linear systems by substitution and elimination; systems of nonlinear equations and systems of inequalities; arithmetic sequences and geometric series. 3 credits. 3 lectures, 1 recitation per week.

Prerequisite: 3 ½ years high school math or C- in Math 1031 or Math 1051 or placement exam. Trigonometry is not a prerequisite.

Audience: Students from Math 1051 (Precalculus I) or Math 1031 (College Algebra) and those that need a little refresher course before going on to calculus, often because of the trig. Satisfies the prerequisite for Math 1271 or Math 1371 (Calculus I), and also satisfies the CLE Mathematical Thinking requirement.

Class pacing may vary depending on term length. Check the class syllabus for details.

Course Number and Name Section Location Term Instructor
1151 Precalculus II 1 Vincent Hall 206 Spring 2019 Benjamin Strasser
1151 Precalculus II 10 Bruininks Hall 330 Spring 2019 Delia Samuel
1151 Precalculus II 11 Keller Hall 2-260 Spring 2019 Shaohan Li
1151 Precalculus II 12 Keller Hall 2-260 Spring 2019 Shaohan Li
1151 Precalculus II 13 Keller Hall 2-260 Spring 2019 Shaohan Li
1151 Precalculus II 14 Keller Hall 2-260 Spring 2019 Shaohan Li
1151 Precalculus II 20 Bruininks Hall 412 Spring 2019 Delia Samuel
1151 Precalculus II 22 Bruininks Hall 530B Spring 2019 Katherine (Katy) Weber
1151 Precalculus II 24 Bruininks Hall 530B Spring 2019 Katherine (Katy) Weber

MATH 1155 - Intensive Precalculus

5.0 cr; Prereq: Prereq-3 yrs high school math or placement exam or grade of at least C- in GC 0731;
Credit will not be granted if credit has been received for: 1031, 1051, 1151
Fall, Spring, Summer, Every Year
Algebra, analytic geometry, exponentials, logarithms, trigonometry, complex numbers, beyond usual coverage found in three-year high school mathematics program. One semester version of 1051-1151.

Overview: Linear and quadratic equations and inequalities; graphs of equations, including lines, circles, parabolas; composition, inverses of functions; transformations of graphs; linear and quadratic models; equations and inequalities involving polynomials and rational functions; exponentials and logarithms with applications. Trigonometric functions and inverse trigonometric functions: definitions, graphs, identities; real and complex zeros of polynomials; polar coordinates; DeMoivre's Theorem; solutions of systems of equations by substitution and elimination; systems of inequalities; arithmetic sequences and geometric series. 5 credits. 3 lectures. 2 recitations per week.

Prerequisite: 3 years high school math or C- in GC 0731 or placement exam.

Audience: Students with several gaps in their readiness for calculus but who feel able (or compelled) to deal with the fast pace of a one-semester precalculus course. Satisfies the prerequisite for Math 1271 or Math 1371 (Calculus) and also satisfies the CLE Mathematical Thinking requirement.
Math 1155 = Math 1051 + Math 1151.

Class pacing may vary depending on term length. Check the class syllabus for details.

4.0 cr; Prereq: prereq: [4 yrs high school math including trig or satisfactory score on placement test or grade of at least C- in [1151 or 1155]], CBS student.;
Fall, Spring
Differential/integral calculus with biological applications. Discrete/continuous dynamical systems. Models from fields such as ecology/ evolution, epidemiology, physiology, genetic networks, neuroscience, and biochemistry.

MATH 1271 - Calculus I

4.0 cr; Prereq: 4 yrs high school math including trig or placement test or grade of at least C- in 1151 or 1155;
Fall, Spring, Every Year
Differential calculus of functions of a single variable. Introduction to integral calculus of a single variable, separable differential equations. Applications: max-min, related rates, area, volume, arc-length.
Equivalent to: MATH 1142, MATH 1281, MATH 1371, MATH 1571H

Overview: Tangent lines; limits and continuity; differentiation: definition, basic rules, chain rule, rules for trig, exp and log functions; implicit differentiation; rates of change, max-min, related rates problems; 2nd derivative test; curve sketching; linear approximation and differentials; L'Hospital's rule; integration: definition, antidifferentiation, area; simple substitution; volumes of solids by cross sections and shells; work; average value of a function. 4 credits. 3 lectures, 2 recitations per week.

Prerequisite: 4 years high school math including trig, or C- in Math 1151 or 1155, or placement exam.

Audience: The beginning of the standard calculus course for students outside of CSE. Also taken by CSE students who need to start calculus, in the middle of the year. Students desiring only 1 semester of calculus should take Math 1142.

Class pacing may vary depending on term length. Check the class syllabus for details.

Course Number and Name Section Location Term Instructor
1271 Calculus I 1 Vincent Hall 211 Spring 2019 Gregory Ruffa
1271 Calculus I 2 Vincent Hall 6 Spring 2019 Gregory Ruffa
1271 Calculus I 10 Vincent Hall 16 Spring 2019 Robert (Robbie) Hank
1271 Calculus I 11 Vincent Hall 207 Spring 2019 Katherine (Kate) Meyer
1271 Calculus I 12 Vincent Hall 206 Spring 2019 Maria Eloisa (Lisa) Nuguid
1271 Calculus I 13 Lind Hall 340 Spring 2019 Katherine (Kate) Meyer
1271 Calculus I 14 Lind Hall 325 Spring 2019 Maria Eloisa (Lisa) Nuguid
1271 Calculus I 30 Rapson Hall 100 Spring 2019 Robert (Robbie) Hank
1271 Calculus I 31 Appleby Hall 3 Spring 2019 Nadia Ott
1271 Calculus I 32 Akerman Hall 313 Spring 2019 Liam Keenan
1271 Calculus I 33 Akerman Hall 215 Spring 2019 Carolynn Johnson
1271 Calculus I 34 Ford Hall B10 Spring 2019 Liam Keenan
1271 Calculus I 35 Appleby Hall 226 Spring 2019 Nadia Ott
1271 Calculus I 36 Ford Hall B15 Spring 2019 Carolynn Johnson
1271 Calculus I 40 Rapson Hall 100 Spring 2019 Gennady Lyubeznik
1271 Calculus I 41 Ford Hall B80 Spring 2019 Maria Sanchez Muniz
1271 Calculus I 42 Lind Hall 229 Spring 2019 Timothy Woods
1271 Calculus I 43 Lind Hall 203 Spring 2019 Cole Jeznach
1271 Calculus I 44 Lind Hall 203 Spring 2019 Cole Jeznach
1271 Calculus I 45 Ford Hall 115 Spring 2019 Maria Sanchez Muniz
1271 Calculus I 51 Tate Hall 120 Spring 2019 Devadatta Ganesh Hegde
1271 Calculus I 52 Lind Hall 229 Spring 2019 Maria Jesus Munoz Lopez
1271 Calculus I 53 Vincent Hall 6 Spring 2019 Maria Jesus Munoz Lopez
1271 Calculus I 54 Lind Hall 215 Spring 2019 Devadatta Ganesh Hegde

MATH 1272 - Calculus II

4.0 cr; Prereq: [1271 or equiv] with grade of at least C-;
Spring, Summer, Every Year
Techniques of integration. Calculus involving transcendental functions, polar coordinates. Taylor polynomials, vectors/curves in space, cylindrical/spherical coordinates.
Equivalent to: MATH 1252, MATH 1282, MATH 1372, MATH 1572H

Overview: Techniques of integration, including integration by parts, simple trig substitutions, partial fractions. Basic numerical integration; improper integrals; arc length; area of surface of revolution. Separable differential equations, Euler's method, exponential growth and decay. Parametric curves and polar coordinates. Review of conic sections. Sequences and series, comparison and ratio tests, Taylor series and polynomials. Vectors in three dimensions, dot product, cross product; lines, vector valued functions of a scalar. 4 credits. 3 lectures, 2 recitations per week.

Prerequisite: C- in Math 1271.

Audience: Part of the standard calculus course for students outside of CSE.

Class pacing may vary depending on term length. Check the class syllabus for details.

Course Number and Name Section Location Term Instructor
1272 Calculus II 1 Ford Hall 115 Spring 2019 Grace Zhang
1272 Calculus II 2 Vincent Hall 113 Spring 2019 Denis Bashkirov
1272 Calculus II 10 Anderson Hall 270 Spring 2019 Daniel Johnstone
1272 Calculus II 11 Lind Hall 320 Spring 2019 Brittany Baker
1272 Calculus II 12 Vincent Hall 311 Spring 2019 Daniel Diroff
1272 Calculus II 13 Vincent Hall 20 Spring 2019 Brendan Cook
1272 Calculus II 14 Nicholson Hall 115 Spring 2019 Brendan Cook
1272 Calculus II 15 Amundson Hall 124 Spring 2019 Daniel Diroff
1272 Calculus II 16 Keller Hall 3-115 Spring 2019 Brittany Baker
1272 Calculus II 30 Anderson Hall 370 Spring 2019 Daniel Johnstone
1272 Calculus II 31 Ford Hall B80 Spring 2019 Salomea (Sally) Jankovic
1272 Calculus II 32 Lind Hall 229 Spring 2019 Brinley Stringer
1272 Calculus II 33 Lind Hall 203 Spring 2019 Ryan Coopergard
1272 Calculus II 34 Amundson Hall 162 Spring 2019 Ryan Coopergard
1272 Calculus II 35 Amundson Hall 158 Spring 2019 Salomea (Sally) Jankovic
1272 Calculus II 36 Lind Hall 217 Spring 2019 Brinley Stringer
1272 Calculus II 40 Rapson Hall 100 Spring 2019 Jeffrey Calder
1272 Calculus II 41 Lind Hall 229 Spring 2019 Jodin Morey
1272 Calculus II 42 Tate Hall B85 Spring 2019 Gregory Michel
1272 Calculus II 43 Lind Hall 217 Spring 2019 Jodin Morey
1272 Calculus II 44 Vincent Hall 113 Spring 2019 Wuzhe Xu

MATH 1371 - CSE Calculus I

4.0 cr; Prereq: CSE, background in [precalculus, geometry, visualization of functions/graphs], #; familiarity with graphing calculators recommended;
Fall, Every Year
Differentiation of single-variable functions, basics of integration of single-variable functions. Applications: max-min, related rates, area, curve-sketching. Emphasizes use of calculator, cooperative learning.
Equivalent to: MATH 1142, MATH 1271, MATH 1281, MATH 1571H

MATH 1372 - CSE Calculus II

4.0 cr; Prereq: CSE, grade of at least C- in 1371;
Spring, Every Year
Techniques of integration. Calculus involving transcendental functions, polar coordinates, Taylor polynomials, vectors/curves in space, cylindrical/spherical coordinates. Emphasizes use of calculators, cooperative learning.
Equivalent to: MATH 1252, MATH 1272, MATH 1282, MATH 1572H
Course Number and Name Section Location Term Instructor
1372 CSE Calculus II 20 Vincent Hall 16 Spring 2019 Jennie Morgan
1372 CSE Calculus II 21 Vincent Hall 213 Spring 2019 Jennie Morgan
1372 CSE Calculus II 22 Ford Hall B10 Spring 2019 Jennie Morgan
1372 CSE Calculus II 23 Vincent Hall 207 Spring 2019 McCleary Philbin
1372 CSE Calculus II 24 Vincent Hall 1 Spring 2019 Eoin O'Hara
1372 CSE Calculus II 25 Kolthoff Hall 140 Spring 2019 Cecily Santiago
1372 CSE Calculus II 30 Fraser Hall 102 Spring 2019 Eoin O'Hara
1372 CSE Calculus II 31 Amundson Hall 240 Spring 2019 James (Jimmy) Broomfield
1372 CSE Calculus II 32 Amundson Hall 158 Spring 2019 Liya (Ernie) Ouyang
1372 CSE Calculus II 33 Amundson Hall 240 Spring 2019 William (Ty) Frazier
1372 CSE Calculus II 34 Vincent Hall 213 Spring 2019 Wenjie Lu
1372 CSE Calculus II 35 Kolthoff Hall 138 Spring 2019 Zeshen (Philip) Gu
1372 CSE Calculus II 40 Fraser Hall 102 Spring 2019 Eoin O'Hara
1372 CSE Calculus II 42 Vincent Hall 209 Spring 2019 Xinchen Miao
1372 CSE Calculus II 43 Vincent Hall 209 Spring 2019 Zhilin (Ray) Luo
1372 CSE Calculus II 44 Vincent Hall 207 Spring 2019 Tara Palnitkar
1372 CSE Calculus II 45 Smith Hall 121 Spring 2019 Hye Kyung Kim
2.0 cr; Prereq: High school student, #;
Fall, Every Year
Accelerated sequence. Functions, parametric equations and polar coordinates, and vectors are presented using a geometric approach. Limits/continuity, derivates.
3.0 cr; Prereq: High school student, #;
Spring, Every Year
Accelerated sequence. Differentiation, foundations of integration. Proofs, formal reasoning.
5.0 cr; Prereq: High school student, #;
Fall, Every Year
Differentiation/integration of single-variable functions. Emphasizes concepts/explorations.
5.0 cr; Prereq: 1471H;
Fall, Every Year
Sequences/series, vector functions, differentiation in multivariable calculus. Introduction to first-order systems of differential equations. Emphasizes concepts/explorations.
2.0 cr; Prereq: honors;
Fall, Every Year
Accelerated honors sequence for selected mathematically talented high school students. Introduction to linear methods and first order differential equations.
3.0 cr; Prereq: honors;
Spring, Every Year
Accelerated honors sequence for selected mathematically talented high school stduents. Multivariable calculus through differentiation. Focuses on proofs and formal reasoning.

MATH 1571H - Honors Calculus I

4.0 cr; Prereq: CSE Honors office approval;
Fall, Every Year
Differential/integral calculus of functions of a single variable. Emphasizes hard problem-solving rather than theory.
Equivalent to: MATH 1142, MATH 1271, MATH 1281, MATH 1371

MATH 1572H - Honors Calculus II

4.0 cr; Prereq: Grade of at least C- in 1571, CSE Honors Office approval; parts of this sequence may be taken for cr by students who have taken non-honors calc classes;
Fall, Spring, Every Year
Continuation of 1571. Infinite series, differential calculus of several variables, introduction to linear algebra.
Equivalent to: MATH 1252, MATH 1272, MATH 1282, MATH 1372
Course Number and Name Section Location Term Instructor
1572H Honors Calculus II 10 Vincent Hall 20 Spring 2019 Denis Bashkirov
1572H Honors Calculus II 11 Blegen Hall 125 Spring 2019 Claire Frechette