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Course Rotation

We attempt to offer the mathematics courses below during the listed semesters.  Actual offerings may vary due to demand and staffing availability.
 
MATH 109 – GENERAL MATHEMATICS:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

MATH 112 – PROBLEM SOLVING AND MATHEMATICAL SKILLS FOR
                    TEACHERS:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

MATH 116 – COLLEGE ALGEBRA:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

MATH 117 – TRIGONOMETRY:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

MATH 136 – CALCULUS I:  Fall, Spring, Summer.
                    – HONORS CALCULUS I:  Fall, Spring

MATH 137 – CALCULUS II:  Fall, Spring, Summer.
                    – HONORS CALCULUS II:  Fall, Spring.

MATH 183 – INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS:  Fall, Spring, Summer.
                    – HONORS INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS:  Fall

MATH 205 – NUMBER SYSTEMS AND NUMBER THEORY FOR TEACHERS:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

MATH 206 – FUNDAMENTALS OF GEOMETRY FOR TEACHERS:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

MATH 237MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS:  Fall, Spring, Summer of Odd-Numbered Years.

MATH 275 – INTRODUCTORY TOPICS IN MATHEMATICS:  On Demand.

MATH 304 – FUNCTIONS, APPLICATIONS AND EXPLORATIONS:  Fall, Spring.

MATH 305INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL MODELING:  On Demand.

MATH 307 – INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA:  Fall, Spring, Summer of Even-Numbered Years.

MATH 308 – RATIONAL NUMBERS AND DATA ANALYSIS FOR TEACHERS:  Fall, Spring, Summer.

MATH 310INTRODUCTION TO DISCRETE MATHEMATICS:  Fall, Spring.

MATH 315 – THEORY OF NUMBERS:  On Demand.

MATH 317INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRAIC SYSTEMS:  Fall, Spring.

MATH 323 – GEOMETRY I:  Fall.

MATH 331 –  DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS:  Fall, Spring, Summer of Even-Numbered Years.

MATH 337 – ELEMENTS OF REAL ANALYSIS:  Fall, Spring.

MATH 370 – APPLIED TECHNIQUES IN MATHEMATICS:  Fall, Spring.

MATH 371 – ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEM SOLVING:  Spring.
                        (Cross-listed as CS 371)

MATH 382 – PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS I:  Fall.

MATH 398 – SEMINAR MATHEMATICS:  Fall, Spring.

MATH 403 – GEOMETRY FOR ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS:  Fall, Spring.

MATH 405 – NUMERICAL ANALYSIS I:  Fall.
                       (Cross-listed as CS 405)

MATH 406 – NUMERICAL ANALYSIS II:  Spring.

MATH 409 – HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS:  Summer only.

MATH 411 – PROBLEM SOLVING FOR ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS:  Fall, Spring.

MATH 413 – ALGEBRA AND TECHNOLOGY FOR MIDDLE GRADES TEACHERS:  Fall, Spring.

MATH 415 – ALGEBRA AND NUMBER THEORY:  On Demand.

MATH 417 – ALGEBRAIC SYSTEMS:  Spring.

MATH 421 – PROBLEM SOLVING FOR SECONDARY TEACHERS:  Spring.

MATH 423 – GEOMETRY II:  On Demand.

MATH 431 – INTERMEDIATE ANALYSIS:  Fall.

MATH 435 – PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS:  Spring.

MATH 439 – TOPOLOGY I:  Fall.

MATH 450 – COMPLEX VARIABLES:  Spring.

MATH 470 – INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS RESEARCH:  Fall.

MATH 473 – INTRODUCTION TO GRAPH THEORY:  Fall.
                       (Cross-listed as CS 473)

MATH 475 – SELECTED TOPICS IN MATHEMATICS:  On Demand.

MATH 482 – PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS II:  Spring.

MATH 490 – SEMINAR IN MIDDLE GRADES MATHEMATICS:  Fall, Spring.

MATH 497 – SENIOR SEMINAR IN MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS:  On Demand.

MATH 498 – SENIOR SEMINAR:  Fall, Spring.

STAT 301 – INTRODUCTORY PROB. AND APPLIED STATISTICS:  Fall, Spring, Summer of Odd-Numbered Years.

STAT 330 – INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL SOFTWARE:  Spring.

STAT 401 – REGRESSION ANALYSIS:  Fall.
 
STAT 402 – EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN:  Spring.
 
Dr. David K. Neal, Lead Academic Advisor
Department of Mathematics
COHH 4108
Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, KY 42101
270.745.6213

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News

Dr. Tom Richmond Elected to the Mathematical Association of America Congress

Dr. Tom Richmond has been elected to the MAA Congress for a three-year term as the representative of the Kentucky MAA section.

Dr. Molly Dunkum named a CPE Faculty Collaborative Fellow

Dr. Molly Dunkum was named one of two Faculty Collaborative Fellow by the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education. The award is for the 2015-16 and 2016-17 academic years, and carries its own honorarium and travel funds.

2015 Math Symposium Dates Announced

The 35th Annual Mathematics Symposium will be held November 13th and 14th in Snell Hall on WKU's main campus. This year's keynote speaker is Professor Henry Segerman of Oklahoma State University. Students are encouraged to submit abstracts.

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