The numbering scheme of upper level courses in the Department of Mathematics (which differs somewhat from that of other departments) is given below.

Numbers

<200 Undergraduate courses.

200-206 Primarily undergraduate courses. These courses are

recommended for students planning graduate study

in mathematics.

211-239 Graduate courses for students in mathematics and

related disciplines. These courses are also appropriate

for advanced undergraduates, especially those

interested in the applications of mathematics.

>239 Primarily graduate courses for students in mathematics.

However, sufficiently prepared undergraduates are

encouraged to enroll. Standard first-year graduate

courses in pure mathematics include 241, 245, and 251.

The department intends to offer all of the courses listed in this handbook at least once every two years, assuming sufficient enrollment. The courses that are offered every year are usually offered according to the schedule below.

Every semester: 111, 114, 121, 131, 135, 139

Every fall: 132S, 200, 203, 217

Every spring: 120S, 133, 136, 201, 204, 206, 218

Fall or spring: 124, 126, 187

Tue Sep 3 16:48:03 EDT 1996