Proposed Cycle of classes for the MS Program

Sam Houston State University

2011


Fall (odd year)

     MATH 6333, Analysis I  (first-year)

     MATH 6335, Algebra I (first-year)

     MATH 6379, Functions of a Complex Variable (first-year & second-year)

     Topics Course #1 (second-year students) Fall 2011: MATH 6368

     MATH 6398, Research course (for second-year students choosing the thesis option)

or STAT 5361, Theory & Application of Probability (second-year students, non-thesis)


Spring (even year)

     MATH 6334, Analysis II  (first-year)

     MATH 6336, Algebra II (first-year)

     MATH 6332, Topology (first-year & second-year)

     Topics Course #2 (second-year)  Spring 2012: Algebraic Geometry

     MATH 6099, Thesis or MATH 6398, Research course (second-year)

First-year students are examined over the sequences in analysis and algebra and the course in topology.


Fall (even year)

     MATH 6333, Analysis I  (first-year)

     MATH 6335, Algebra I (first-year)

     MATH 6368, Numerical Linear Algebra (first-year & second-year)

     Topics Course #3 (second-year) Fall 2012: MATH 6368

     MATH 6398, Research course (for second-year students choosing the thesis option)

or STAT 5361, Theory & Application of Probability (second-year students, non-thesis)


Spring (odd year)

     MATH 6334, Analysis II  (first-year)

     MATH 6336, Algebra II (first-year)

     MATH 5397, Discrete Mathematics (first-year & second-year)

     Topics Course #4 (second-year)  Spring 2013: Foundations of Applied Mathematics

     MATH 6099, Thesis or MATH 6398, Research course (second-year)

First-year students are examined over the sequences in analysis and algebra and the course in discrete mathematics.


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