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.