Our department offers a variety of course and degree options in mathematics at the Bachelors level.
Please refer to the Course Catalog for the most current course descriptions, or contact the Department of Mathematics directly for a specific syllabus.
Quick Facts for Online Courses
COURSES
Course Number 
Course Title 
Sp 2019 
Su 2019 
F 2019 
Sp 2020 
Su 2020 
Frequency 
Math 1001  Quantitative Reasoning  X  X  X  X  X  Every Semester 
Math 1111  College Algebra  X  X  X  X  X  Every Semester 
Math 1113  Precalculus Mathematics  X  X  X  X  X  Every Semester 
Math 2008  Foundations of Numbers and Operations  X  X  X  Every Fall and Spring  
Math 2011  Calculus and Analytical Geometry I  X  X  X  X  X  Every Semester 
Math 2012 
Calculus and Analytical Geometry II 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
Every Semester 
Math 2013 
Calculus and Analytical Geometry III 
X 
X 
X 
Every Fall and Spring 

Math 2030 
Logic and Set Theory 
X  X  Every Spring  
Math 2210 
Elementary Statistics 
X  X  X  X  X  Every Semester 


Course Number 
Course Title 
Sp 2019 
Su 2019 
F 2019 
Sp 2020 
Su 2020 
Frequency 
Math 3020 
Differential Equations 
X 
X 
X 
Every Fall and Spring 

Math 3210 
Math for Business and Economics 
X 
X 
X 
X 
X 
Every Semester 
Math 3241 
Mathematics for Early Childhood Teachers I 
X 
X 
X 
Every Fall and Spring 

Math 3242 
Mathematics for Early Childhood Teachers II 
X 
X 
X 
Every Fall and Spring 

Math 3250 
Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis 
X 
Spring Even Years 

Math 3261 
Mathematics for Middle School Teachers I 
X 
Every Fall 

Course Number 
Course Title 
Sp 2019 
Su2019 
F 2019 
Sp 2020 
Su 2020 
Frequency 
Math 3262 
Mathematics for Middle School Teachers II 
X  X  Every Spring  
Math 3263 
Mathematics for Middle School Teachers III 
X  X  Every Spring  
Math 3280 
Linear Algebra 
X  X  X  Every Fall and Spring  
Math 3710 
Combinatorics 
X  Spring Even Years  
Math 4011 
Real Variables I 
X  Every Spring*  
Math 4012 
Real Variables II 
Upon Sufficient Demand  
Math 4110 
Mathematical Biology 
X  Spring odd years  
Math 4211 
Modern Abstract Algebra I 
X  Every Fall  
Course Number 
Course Title 
Sp 2019 
Su 2019 
F 2019 
Sp 2020 
Su 2020 
Frequency 
Math 4212 
Modern Abstract Algebra II 
X  X  Every Spring  
Math 4251 
Probability and Statistics I 
X  Every Fall  
Math 4252 
Probability and Statistics II 
X  X  Every Spring  
Math 4310 
Modern Geometry 
X  Spring Odd Years  
Math 4320 
Theory of Numbers 
X  Fall Odd Years  
Math 4350 
Numerical Analysis 
X  Spring Odd Years  
Math 4420 
Introduction to the Theory of Graphs 
Fall Even Years  
Math 4510 
Complex Variables 
Fall Even Years  
Course Number 
Course Title 
Sp 2019 
Su 2019 
F 2019 
Sp 2020 
Su 2020 
Frequency 
Math 4520 
General Topology 
Upon Sufficient Demand  
Math 4530 
Mathematical Methods of Physics 
X  Every Fall  
Math 4720 
Partial Differential Equations 
X  Fall Odd Years  
Math 4800 
Secondary Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective 
X  Every Fall  
Math 4990 
Undergraduate Research 
X  X  X  X  X  Every Semester 
Math 5110 
Introduction to Biostatistics 
X  Fall Odd Years  
Math 6800 
Secondary Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective 
X  Every Fall  
*  Beginning in academic year 20192020 
MATH 1000's
MATH 2000's
MATH 2008  Foundations of Numbers and Operations
MATH 2011  Calculus and Analytical Geometry I
MATH 2012  Calculus and Analytical Geometry II
MATH 2013  Calculus and Analytical Geometry III
MATH 3000's
MATH 3020  Differential Equations
MATH 3210  Math for Business and Economics
MATH 3241  Mathematics for Early Childhood Teachers I
MATH 3242  Mathematics for Early Childhood Teachers II
MATH 3250  Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis
MATH 3261  Mathematics for Middle School Teachers I
MATH 4000's
MATH 4110  Mathematical Biology
MATH 4211  Modern Abstract Algebra I
MATH 4212  Modern Abstract Algebra II
MATH 4251  Probability and Statistics I
MATH 4252  Probability and Statistics II
MATH 4350  Numerical Analysis
MATH 4410  History of Mathematics
MATH 4420  Introduction to the Theory of Graphs
MATH 4430  Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics
MATH 4530  Mathematical Methods of Physics
MATH 4800  Secondary Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective
MATH 5000's