The listing below is of Mathematics regular (non-blanket) graduate course offerings for the academic year 2018-19. The schedule is continuously being updated as new information becomes available. (Spring and Winter schedules are still tentative.) Core courses are indicated by boldface font, and by orange or yellow background.

Course offerings listed by area (updated 9/14/2018):

Area Fall 2018 Winter 2019 Spring 2019
Algebra 540 Computational Number Theory, H. Swisher
[MWF 1500-1550]
541 Applied and Computational Algebra, T. Schmidt
[MWF 1300-1350]
542 Applied and Computational Algebra,
[MWF 13:00-1350]
  543 Abstract Linear Algebra, T. Schmidt [MWF 1400-1450] 644 Abstract Algebra I, H. Swisher
[MWF 1400-1450]
645 Abstract Algebra II, H. Swisher
[MWF 1400-1450]
  649 Topics in Algebra and Number Theory, T.Schmidt
[MWF 1200-1250]
649 Topics in Algebra and Number Theory, H.Swisher
Introduction to $p$-adic Analysis [TBA]
649 Topics in Algebra and Number Theory, T.Schmidt
[WF 1600-1720]
Analysis 511 Real Analysis, R.Dascaliuc
[MWF 9000-950]
512 Real Analysis, R.Dascaliuc
[MWF 0900-0950]
513 Real Analysis, R.Dascaliuc
[MWF 0900-0950]
  614 Functional Analysis, D.Finch
[MWF 1500-1550]
  611 Complex Analysis, D. Finch
[MWF 1100-1150]
      583 Complex Variables (*), A.Faridani
[0900-0950]
Applied Math 621 Partial Differential Equations, E.Cozzi
[MWF 1300-1350]
622 Partial Differential Equations, E.Cozzi
[MWF 1300-1350]
623 Partial Differential Equations, E.Cozzi
[MWF 1300-1350]
628 Advanced Partial Differential Equations, R.Showalter
[MWF 1400-1450]
524 Dynamical Systems,
[MWF 10:00-10:50]
525 Dynamical Systems,
[MWF 10:00-10:50]
  581 Applied Ordinary Differential Equations (*), V.Bokil
[MWF 900-950]
582 Applied Partial Differential Equations (*), V.Bokil
[MWF 900-950]
520 Models and Methods of Applied Mathematics, M. Peszynska
[MWF 11:00-11:50]
Geometry/Topology 531 General Topology & Fundamental Groups, R.Guo
[MWF 1100-1150]
532 General Topology & Fundamental Groups, C. Escher
[MWF 11:00-11:50]
674 Differential Geometry of Manifolds, R.Guo
[MWF 1000-1050]
  634 Algebraic Topology, C.Escher
[MWF 1100-1150]
635 Algebraic Topology, C.Escher
[MWF 1000-1050]
 
    534 Differential Geometry, T. Dray
[MWF 15:00-15:50]
537 General Relativity, T. Dray
[MWF 15:00-15:50]
Mathematical Biology 527 Introduction to Mathematical Biology, P.DeLeenheer
[MWF 1100-1150]
  528 Stochastic Elements in Mathematical Biology, D.Koslicki
[MWF 1400-1450]
Math Education 591 Algebra & Geometric Transformations, E.Lockwood
[TTH 1200-1320]
592 Algebra & Geometric Transformations, E.Lockwood
[TTH 1200-1320]
593 Algebra & Geometric Transformations, E.Lockwood
[TTH 1200-1320]
  689 Topics in Math Ed, T.Dick
[M 1800-2030]
685 Advanced Problem Solving, T.Dick
[M 1800-2030]
Numerical Analysis 551 Numerical Linear Algebra (**), J.Restrepo
[MWF 1000-1050]
552 Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations, J.Restrepo
[MWF 1000-1050]
553 Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations (**), J.Restrepo
[MWF 1000-1050]
  654 Numerical Analysis, R.Higdon
Finite volume methods
[MWF 0900-0950]
655 Numerical Analysis, M.Peszynska
Large scale scientific computing with data [TBA]
656 Numerical Analysis, N.Gibson
[1400-1450]
Probability 563 Probability I, E.Thomann
[MWF 1300-1350]
564 Probability II, E.Thomann
[MWF 1300-1350]
565 Probability III,
[MWF 1300-1350]
    664 Probability Theory, D. Koslicki
[MWF 1500-1550]
665Probability Theory, D. Koslicki
[MWF 1500-1550]
    657 Topics in Applied Math, D. Koslicki Sparsity, Compressed Sensing
[WF 16:00-17:20]
 

(*) Courses 581, 582, 583 cannot be used for credit towards math graduate degree.

(**) Of the sequence 551-2-3, exactly two courses (552 and one of 551 or 553) count as core courses.

Topics course descriptions and links will be added here when received.

Topics courses associated with a given regular class (e.g., MTH 649 scheduled at the same time as MTH 644, or MTH 657 associated with MTH 621) are not listed here. They are intended for students who are repeating the class, or have special arrangements with the instructor. On the other hand, standalone topics courses with these numbers (e.g., MTH 649 or MTH 657) are listed.