In the fall semester approximately 1400 students enroll in our diverse undergraduate course offerings. Future mathematics majors generally (but not always) begin with one of our introductory proof-based courses, MAT215 (Analysis in a Single Variable) or MAT216 (Honors Analysis I) or MAT214 (Introduction to Number Theory). Our other lower division courses, numbered between 100 and 204, develop key analytic skills at a variety of levels appropriate for prospective majors in the natural sciences, engineering, finance, economics and other social sciences.
We have collected detailed information here to help you figure out which courses or sequences are right for you. Start with our
- general overview of our lower division course offerings;
- description of standard sequences taken by freshmen and sophomores;
- summary of placement guidelines;
- general math FAQ for lower division courses
See Further Contacts if you have questions after reviewing the material here.