 Courses – Course descriptions (and in case of multiple sections, syllabi) can be obtained by clicking on the course number. Prerequisites, as well as a description of all math courses, can be found in the Online College Bulletin. The following undergraduate courses are being scheduled for the academic year. 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 3010  Calculus II MTH 3020  Intermediate Calculus MTH 3030  Analytic Geometry and Calculus II MTH 3040  Actuarial Seminar MTH 3120  Elementary Probability MTH 3300  Introductory Computer Concepts MTH 4010  Advanced Calculus MTH 4100  Linear Algebra MTH 4110  Differential Equations MTH 4120  Mathematical Probability MTH 4135  Monte Carlo Simulation MTH 4210  Elements of Modern Algebra MTH 4220  Introduction to Modern Geometry MTH 4230  History of Mathematics MTH 4140  Graph Theory MTH 4150  Combinatorics MTH 4315  Introduction to Mathematical Logic MTH 4320  Fundamental Algorithms MTH 4410  Theory of Interest MTH 4420  Actuarial Mathematics MTH 4421  Actuarial Mathematics II MTH 4500  Introduction to Financial Mathematics MTH 5020  Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable
For a listing of the graduate courses in the masters of financial engineering program, go to the MFE website.

