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Prerequisites, as well as a description of all math courses, can be found in the Online College Bulletin.  Course descriptions (and in case of multiple sections, syllabi) can be obtained by clicking on the course number below.

CSTM 0120 – Intermediate Algebra

MTH 1030 – College Algebra

MTH 2003 – Precalculus and Elements of Calculus

MTH 2140 – Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning

MTH 2160 – Ideas in Mathematics and Applications

MTH 2205 – Applied Calculus

MTH 2207 – Applied Calculus and Matrix Algebra

MTH 2610 – Calculus I

MTH 3006 – Integral Calculus

MTH 3007 – Infinite Series

MTH 3010 – Calculus II

MTH 3020 – Intermediate Calculus

MTH 3030 – Analytic Geometry and Calculus II

MTH 3035 – Vector Calculus

MTH 3040 – Actuarial Seminar

MTH 3050 – Multi-variable and Vector Calculus

MTH 3120 – Elementary Probability

MTH 3300 – Introductory Computer Concepts

MTH 4000 – Bridge to Higher Mathematics

MTH 4009 – Proof Writing in Advanced Calculus

MTH 4010 – Mathematical Analysis I (formerly titled Advanced Calculus I)

MTH 4020 – Advanced Calculus II

MTH 4030 – Topology

MTH 4100 – Linear Algebra

MTH 4110 – Differential Equations

MTH 4115 – Numerical Methods for Differential Equations in Finance

MTH 4120 – Mathematical Probability

MTH 4125 – Introduction to Stochastic Processes

MTH 4130 – Mathematics of Statistics

MTH 4135 – Computational Methods in Probability

MTH 4140 – Graph Theory

MTH 4145 – Mathematical Modeling

MTH 4150 – Combinatorics

MTH 4200 – Theory of Numbers

MTH 4210 – Elements of Modern Algebra

MTH 4215 – Finite Fields, Algebraic Curves, and Applications

MTH 4220 – Introduction to Modern Geometry

MTH 4230 – History of Mathematics

MTH 4240 – Differential Geometry

MTH 4300 – Algorithms, Computers and Programming II

MTH 4310 – Methods of Numerical Analysis

MTH 4315 – Introduction to Mathematical Logic

MTH 4320 – Fundamental Algorithms

MTH 4340 – Switching Theory

MTH 4395 – Special Topics in Computer Science

MTH 4400 – Finite Differences

MTH 4410 – Theory of Interest

MTH 4420 – Actuarial Mathematics I

MTH 4421 – Actuarial Mathematics II

MTH 4451 -Short-Term Insurance Mathematics (Risk Theory)

MTH 4500 – Introduction to Financial Mathematics

MTH 4600 – Data Analysis and Simulation for Financial Engineers

MTH 5010 – Advanced Calculus III

MTH 5020 – Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable

MTH 5030 – Theory of  Functions of  a Real Variable

MTH 5100 – Partial Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems

MTH 5500 – Stochastic Calculus for Finance

For a listing of the graduate courses in the Masters of Financial Engineering program, go to the MFE website.